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The Top Ten Fastest-Growing Industries in America

The past ten years haven't been the most robust for the U.S. economy, to put it lightly. It began inauspiciously with the bursting of the dot-com bubble and ended in a financial crisis and tepid recovery. But the suffering wasn't evenly distributed. In fact many industries were created during this period, and others found their stride.
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