Regina Mitchell wants to give you a job. At Warren Fabricating and Machining in Ohio, co-owner Mitchell is struggling to fill open positions such as welder, machinist and crane operator. During a time when decent paying, skilled-labor jobs aren’t exactly overflowing in the streets, we would think locals would be jumping at the chance to work for the company, but Mitchell has made a sad discovery that she says is a national problem that needs attention; more and more applicants are failing drug tests making it increasingly difficult to hire quality workers. Mitchell blames the Opioid epidemic that has been growing in towns like Warren. It makes us wonder what the future will look like; less stringent hiring criteria or less drug use?