When I got into my first job as a janitor in Florida, I was told I had to work in a facility that had no facilities, but had a huge private sector employer, so I worked there for almost a year.
After a few months, I left and started my own company, where I worked in the janitorial division and was paid about $10 an hour.
When I left the state, I moved to another state where I was able to get a better pay, but I was stuck.
I went back to Florida, where the industry is booming, but the pay is so low that I can’t make ends meet.
That is a lesson that many young people are missing, said Josh Koppen, who is starting his own company to help them learn how to get into the private sectors.
We need to be teaching them to get jobs in the public sector that pay more.
This is something we need to focus on in our schools.
[ABC News, 1/22/17] Trump: “The private sector is in a death spiral” as employers look for ways to hire fewer Americans.
On ABC’s This Week, Trump said that if we’re not getting more Americans into the workforce, then the private-sector economy is in “a death spiral.”
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