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January 3rd, 2010
As decade passes Oklahoma careers transform
"There are occupations and industries now that didn't exist in 2000," said Norma Nobles, the state's deputy secretary of commerce for work force development.
A growing nanotechnology sector that didn't have a presence a decade ago now boasts 33 companies doing billions of dollars worth of business, she said.
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