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Lisa Riley says medical expenses would have bankrupted her family without insurance provided by her husband, J.P. Riley, a journeyman sheet metal worker. With journeymen tradesmen in demand, she says young adults should consider a career in the trades despite having to ride out hard years when construction slows. zkyle@idahostatesman.com
Lisa Riley says medical expenses would have bankrupted her family without insurance provided by her husband, J.P. Riley, a journeyman sheet metal worker. With journeymen tradesmen in demand, she says young adults should consider a career in the trades despite having to ride out hard years when construction slows. zkyle@idahostatesman.com

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UPDATED July 06, 2016 12:35 PM

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