It wasn’t all fun and games at the Cedar Point Amusement park during their opening weekend, and the company which operates the park blames a problem that’s impacting lots of other businesses in Ohio. That’s a lack of workers willing to do work that needs to be done. Visitors complained about long lines for rides and closed down restaurants at the Sandusky area theme park in numbers large enough to spark an official response from the park’s owners which said the issues were caused by a lack of staff. In hopes of convincing jobless Ohioans to get back in to the workforce, the state is starting to require unemployed Ohioans actively look for a job, and will end additional weekly pandemic jobless benefits from the Federal Government which have been provided for more than a year on June 26th. Cedar Point is not the first Ohio employer with lots of job slots that are unfilled, and they won’t be the last until the benefits of taking a job outweigh the reward for staying at home. That’s the way I see it.