Trump economy providing opportunities for jobs to chronically unemployed

NY Times:

Tight Job Market Aids Applicants Once Shunned

A shortage of candidates is providing opportunities to people long shunned by employers, such as those with criminal records, disabilities or prolonged bouts of joblessness.
This should improve the underperforming labor participation rate and also get more people off of the Obama induced dependency economy.  Manufacturing jobs are making a comeback in the US.   I suspect an improved job market might also reduce the use of opioids by those depressed by the loss of jobs.

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