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Rick Handy, left, and Greg Gentry work from a bucket high above the ground to secure the billboard structure to it's base as technicians from Lamar Advertising install a digital billboard structure along Wards Road in Lynchburg, VA Wednesday, August 29, 2018. U.S. companies are investing in re-training efforts to fill a slew of open positions as a tight labor market and changing job requirements makes it hard to find qualified staffers.
CREDIT: Justin Ide for The Wall Street Journal
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Rick Handy, left, and Greg Gentry work from a bucket high above the ground to secure the billboard structure to it's base as technicians from Lamar Advertising install a digital billboard structure along Wards Road in Lynchburg, VA Wednesday, August 29, 2018. U.S. companies are investing in re-training efforts to fill a slew of open positions as a tight labor market and changing job requirements makes it hard to find qualified staffers.<br />
CREDIT: Justin Ide for The Wall Street Journal<br />
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