One In Four Young Adults Say Federal Marijuana Employment Policies Prevent Them From Applying For Government Jobs, Survey Finds

As the federal government struggles to recruit young people, a recent survey found that 30 percent of those between the ages of 18 and 30 have either declined to apply or withdrawn applications for jobs because of strict marijuana policies required for security clearances. The poll, published last…
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