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Ex-Google exec's Boston startup aims to help students get out debt

BOSTON — Boston-based startup FutureFuel wants to create an online marketplace that connects job candidates with sought-after skills to companies that will help them repay their student loans. On Tuesday, FutureFuel, created by a former Google executive, launched a beta version of its platform, inviting candidates looking for work in STEM fields and clinical professions to create profiles.
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