I just finished reading an excellent book about government job creation in Ohio by David E. Miller and Jason Giambrone.
The book is called Government Jobs in Ohio: A Story of Opportunity, Government Efficiency, and the Power of Government to Shape the Future.
I really enjoyed reading it.
I’m always a fan of Miller and Giambone’s books, as I do of a lot of other books on government.
In fact, when I started reading this book I thought the title of the book, Government Jobs, sounded like something I could get behind.
I thought it was a story about a bunch of young people who decided to make a difference in the world and make a real difference in their lives by doing the hard work of government.
I was wrong.
After spending an hour reading Miller and Guzman’s book I was left with two very different conclusions.
One was that government is a pretty useless job.
The other was that if you want government to do the work that it should be doing, you need to hire the best and brightest.
The government jobs in Ohio story I found to be a pretty compelling story.
Miller and Gigano, who worked for the Ohio Department of Economic Development, went to Ohio in 2013 to recruit, train, and equip local government workers to take on new roles in the state.
They recruited and trained a local government worker in the city of Cleveland, a school principal in the town of Cleveland Heights, a nurse in the county of Lorain, a state employee in the district of Toledo, a county employee in Summit County, and a public defender in the western part of the state of Ohio.
To put it simply, they trained people in the fields of government and business.
That’s why it took the government workers a year and a half to complete their training program.
And this is where things got a little crazy.
The people in those positions were in no position to take the training they were getting.
Instead, the government job candidates were told to start their new jobs right away.
That means they didn’t even get the chance to start with the job.
In other words, they had to start at the bottom and work their way up.
The government job applicants were told they had a year to make up for lost time.
That was a year when the state was already struggling with a recession, which has made it even harder for people to get their feet wet in government.
The state also needed to hire people.
And so they did.
Government jobs are a lot like government salaries.
When you start your job you get a salary and you get bonuses and perks.
If you want to go up the ladder you have to make it up with that extra money.
It took years of training and work to get the best of what government has to offer.
And it didn’t work out that way.
The job seekers who had the most success in government jobs never made it up the corporate ladder.
They were not promoted to senior management or to senior leadership positions.
Instead, they got a low-level job that didn’t require a lot more skill.
They got to work in a small office with limited access to technology.
At one point, they even had to take a drug test.
It was a test to see if they had the right temperament for the job, or if they would be able to handle a stressful situation.
And many people were afraid of the drug test, because it made them look stupid.
That scared them.
I know I was.
They didn’t like that test.
So, the more they did well in the job that they took, the less they wanted to do for a second job.
They wanted to be in a government job.
But they couldn’t find it.
This is what happens when you don’t do what you were trained for.
It takes time to get to that next level of government service.
It also takes time for you to become a competent, well-paid public servant.
I think it’s important to point out that these are not government jobs that should be easy or cheap.
In fact, these are hard jobs.
They require skill, discipline, and work ethic.
They are not something you can just take on for a paycheck.
Government jobs aren’t necessarily easy or quick.
But I think Miller and Giiambon are right to point this out.
People get to the point of being good at something and then suddenly their life doesn’t make any sense.
They just can’t keep up.
They can’t stay on track.
And eventually they give up on the thing.
It’s a lot harder to find a job as a government employee than as a regular citizen.
People who are in government tend to be less well-liked by their peers and are less likely to be promoted to a higher position.
Government workers are more likely to get promoted than regular citizens.
But, the most important thing that government employees