It seems controversial these days, but not everyone is cut out for a four-year college course of study.
There are good jobs - jobs going begging, in fact - in the trades and manufacturing areas where many people have strong aptitude. But because they no longer involve just "swinging a hammer," qualified applicants need to get some post-secondary training in order to do them.
Check out my column about some small manufacturers partnering with high schools to train future employees.
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