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Applicants need to be drug free

January 8, 2013

The push for college degrees has not always been a successful model....

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Billdog

Jan-08-13 1:57 PM

That's good Mr. Drone. I'm always disappointed when I see that so many employers say this about applicants. Is getting high really that important to so many?

The other part of the story concerning "OHIO" college degree length of time to complete. Maybe instead of manipulating the the facts MR. ED could elaborate on the national average to complete a higher education degree. The national average is over 30% as well in six years. It isn't just state funded schools either. The reality is that less than 40% of students that enter college ever obtain a degree. I guess when reality is presented Ohio state funded institutions of higher learning don't look so bad.

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MrDrone

Jan-08-13 6:27 AM

lol you people simply aren't employable.

This is why more and more companies have moved out of the country - to find a qualified workforce. The shale companies can't exactly pick up and take the ground with them, or they would too, lol.

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WarrenProud

Jan-08-13 5:31 AM

Where I work, 50% of our applicants fail the final drug screening test before hire. Doesn't say much for today's job applicants does it? I also admire my employer for the random drug testing they do all year long. I never worry when I have to pee in the bottle - I am always drug free.

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