You know those underemployed people who stand on the corners of apartment complexes or retail centers trying to implore motorists to turn in? Often they are spinning an arrow-shaped sign with a few words of bold copy. The best of these people spin, rotate and toss these signs in ways that cannot help but attract attention. I have encountered the worst of these. One guy had the sign tucked under his arm and was checking his phone. Another one stood motionless with the sign locked against his hip. And finally I saw an old man who just didn’t have the enthusiasm or energy for the job. He wore the same style cap and cardigan sweater that my grandfather used to wear in over-air conditioned restaurants. He probably had the strongest work ethic of the bunch, but none of these guys were really up to the task. We are in a time when unemployment is so low that you can’t even find a qualified arrow spinner.