Jerry Bowers installs an electrical switch. He is taking courses at York Technical College to learn new skills after being laid off from his supervisor job at Springs Industries in 2007. Many laid-off workers are going back to school, especially to places such as York Technical College, to get additional certification or training to compete more effectively in the changing job market.
Jerry Bowers installs an electrical switch. He is taking courses at York Technical College to learn new skills after being laid off from his supervisor job at Springs Industries in 2007. Many laid-off workers are going back to school, especially to places such as York Technical College, to get additional certification or training to compete more effectively in the changing job market.
Jerry Bowers installs an electrical switch. He is taking courses at York Technical College to learn new skills after being laid off from his supervisor job at Springs Industries in 2007. Many laid-off workers are going back to school, especially to places such as York Technical College, to get additional certification or training to compete more effectively in the changing job market.

For laid-off workers, school offers new start

January 25, 2009 12:21 AM