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Oklahoma college grads find jobs in business, health, education fields

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University students in their caps and gowns are silhouetted as they line up for graduation ceremonies. Colleges and universities in Oklahoma awarded 38,424 degrees in 2017-18; more than one-third of them were in business and health care fields. [AP Archive Photo]
University students in their caps and gowns are silhouetted as they line up for graduation ceremonies. Colleges and universities in Oklahoma awarded 38,424 degrees in 2017-18; more than one-third of them were in business and health care fields. [AP Archive Photo]
Oklahoma’s public and private colleges and universities awarded degrees to more than 193,300 graduates during the past five years. Nearly half of those were bachelor’s degrees. Business, health professions and education were the most popular fields of study. All three are a good match with the job market, according to data collected by the...
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