Job-skills training is a good way to protect your employability, Peter Crabb writes. Surgical-technologist student Travis Stice, left, assists instructor Biff Boggs on a simulated appendectomy surgery during Stice’s clinical final exam in November at the College of Western Idaho in Boise.
Job-skills training is a good way to protect your employability, Peter Crabb writes. Surgical-technologist student Travis Stice, left, assists instructor Biff Boggs on a simulated appendectomy surgery during Stice’s clinical final exam in November at the College of Western Idaho in Boise. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Job-skills training is a good way to protect your employability, Peter Crabb writes. Surgical-technologist student Travis Stice, left, assists instructor Biff Boggs on a simulated appendectomy surgery during Stice’s clinical final exam in November at the College of Western Idaho in Boise. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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