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Lynn Muneno is a registered nurse at Queen's Medical Center and also a healing touch practitioner. Experts say that Hawai'i nurses and tech professionals will be in demand over the next year.

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Nurses, tech professionals will be in demand
Over the next year, experienced hospital nurses, information-technology professionals and special education teachers will be in the most demand, employment experts said.

Business Outlook 2001
The seeds are planted, but the future is uncertain. How will Hawai'i's economy fare in 2001?

Check out The Advertiser's special report: Growing an economy.

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E-mail brings politics to workplace
Some employees welcome the chance to talk about the real-world issues in the workplace. But not everyone is convinced the discourse is a good idea.
Oil rig workers get called back
Across the nation's oil patch, workers are trickling back. Rising energy prices are prompting producers to drill new wells and boost output from old ones.
Fingerprints may replace school lunch money
The tiny ridges on a student's index finger could soon make school lunch money and lunch-line bullies a thing of the past.
60 Seconds on Business
Skills give workers 'job' security

For many workers, access to training and opportunities to learn will gain importance. They're seen as rewards, and as career development tools.
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