Speech to Text for Search continues for skilled workers in Southern Oregon
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impdoor-pkg cassidy says, "american industrial door has been licensed in oregon since 1983. they told me they didn't start having staffing issues until around 2010 and right now, they only have 28 employees but management says they'd prefer to have at least 35." josh says, "you don't have to go to college to make it to a decent living if you don't want to." josh hill started working here right when he turned 18 he says he's never had so much trouble finding employees. josh says, "you start noticing the younger kids they want computer jobs or tech jobs and it's really hard to find help." nicholas yeaw is 23 he started working here about 3 years ago. nick says, "i think jumping right into the field gave me a big advantage." the staff here told me they're thankful for yeaw. josh says, "it's hard to find kids these days who unfortunately want to work and so it's been a tough finding young kids who want to work hard and show up and nicks been a great employee." yeaw says he doesn't regret not going to college. his message for kids in high school now nick says, "you can always go back and get school on something particular. don't feel pressure and go and get all of the schooling on something i don't even know if you love it yet. so find something you love before you go to school for it."' in medford, cassidy delamarter,