Imagine this: You’re a 57-year-old plumbing contractor who, after much deliberation and careful thought, has decided to hire another employee. The union halls are empty, construction is booming and there is just no one around. You post in other cities trying to lure them to you, but it’s the same situation: not enough qualified plumbers. Ergo, you’ve decided to hire someone new to the plumbing and heating business, so you can put your own thumbprint on their training. You ...

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