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By Albert Sun
Work experience and a college education are key to landing a good job. And some professions remain in higher demand than others. Jobfox, a Washington-based job listing company, compiles a monthly list of the professions in greatest demand by recruiters and other employer agents. It mined that data over the eight-month period of November 2007 through July 7, 2008 to compile a list of the 20 jobs with the best median monthly rankings.
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