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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Technical College officials say despite recent hospital layoffs, the health care industry remains a hot job market.     

They don't think these health professions majors will have much trouble finding work.They received caps or pins in a ceremony tonight as they earn certification as paramedics, nurses, radiology technicians, and other professions.

"Of course I am very much so, I wish them the best, and they have had a great solid foundation here at Albany Technical College," said Schavon Bussey.     

The students will gradate Thursday night at the Albany Civic Center.

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