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August 13, 2005

Albany- Whether you're in a dentist office or dropping your child off at day care, chances are you'll run into a technical college graduate.

Albany Technical College hosted their annual community showcase. It was a chance for the public to see the different careers offered. Various booths demonstrating student work were set up showcasing the college's 11 associate degrees and over 100 certificate programs.

"Seventy five to 80 percent of all of the workforce in America is technically orientated and we can cover a lot of career paths right here," said Joe Banker, ATC Vice President of Instruction.

Popular career choices for South Georgia include early child care and industrial systems. Graduates in the medical fields and nursing student are in highest demand.

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