We've now heard that there are thousands of factory jobs available, but Americans lack the training. As a youngster, I went to an all boys' vocational high school and ended up becoming an electronic engineer working for a major computer firm. What is different is that the company I worked for trained me for nine months under full salary when I was hired. Why are companies not willing to pay for training young folks? Is it now all going to the CEOs?
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