The kids are all right
Friday, July 12, 2013 - 3:17 pm

I have a question for business owners, managers and hiring supervisors. I have a relative who is 21 with a CDL B License, who has been looking for a job for awhile. How come you don’t give these young people a chance? How do expect them to have experience if no one is gives them a chance? They are expected to have some experience, right? But how can they achieve it? I’m hoping this comment will open up some one’s eyes and give this particular young adult a break that they deserve, along with other young adults looking for a break and a career. Everyone has to start somewhere.

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