Linda Farr, center, visits with Erin Floyd, left, and Michele Babbitt, recruiters with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, on the first day of a four-day job fair in Caldwell. A dozen health care employers spoke with job-seekers on Monday. Farr, who is unemployed, noted that Canyon County has a low rate of joblessness. “OK,” she said, “there’s a chance for me.”
Linda Farr, center, visits with Erin Floyd, left, and Michele Babbitt, recruiters with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, on the first day of a four-day job fair in Caldwell. A dozen health care employers spoke with job-seekers on Monday. Farr, who is unemployed, noted that Canyon County has a low rate of joblessness. “OK,” she said, “there’s a chance for me.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Linda Farr, center, visits with Erin Floyd, left, and Michele Babbitt, recruiters with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, on the first day of a four-day job fair in Caldwell. A dozen health care employers spoke with job-seekers on Monday. Farr, who is unemployed, noted that Canyon County has a low rate of joblessness. “OK,” she said, “there’s a chance for me.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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