In short, if we take you on as a client, we guarantee you will go out on dates!
Not so, says Howie, a California-based dating advice author who started the show three years ago as a “social experiment.” That has led to more than 100 similar events in 78 cities across North America, including two last year in Minneapolis.
One reason for that, says Tim Worke, chief executive of the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, is that vocational training has been devalued.
“Everyone has been told that you have to have a four-year degree to be prosperous at life,” Worke said.
As of May, there were more than 125,000 construction workers in Minnesota, the most for that month since 2006.
And the latest tally of construction job openings was the highest in at least a decade.