Ed Mangano was a sophomore at Bethpage High School in the late 1970s and looking for a job. The school had scores of positions posted on index cards on a bulletin board, but by the time the seniors and juniors took their shots and it was time for the sophomores, only two jobs were left - as janitors.
Mangano, then 16, took one of them, at a local printing company. It was "a horrific job,"...
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