CEO says college grads are ‘worst’ people for one crucial job

Security checkpoints at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport could get another big test in the next few days, with nearly as many daily passengers expected as during the Thanksgiving rush.

Which makes it a good time to consider the advice of a CEO who once led the biggest airport screening company in the nation.

For starters, he wouldn’t hire college grads to monitor security x-ray machines.

The perfect screener, according to researchers he worked with: A high school graduate who is comfortable with repetitive tasks.