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January 9th, 2005
Where to find the jobs in 2005
In what sectors can new jobs be expected during the next 12 months? They should be found in many industries. And some should experience significant additions.
The sectors of health care, biotechnology, nanotechology, computer technology, retail, banking, and security should all experience employment increases throughout the year.
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