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The Marketability Correlation – How a student’s marketability correlates with Career Colleges!

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Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, March 2012 addition page 36.

Today, higher education choices are numerous. What is important to understand is that education is power, regardless of where you earn it. Some higher education institutions provide greater opportunities to transform an education into jobs that pay well. As a student, it becomes equally important to bridge the gap between education and the job market by making yourself marketable. “Hard Times – College Majors, Unemployment and Earnings: Not All College Degrees are Created Equal,” a 2012 study published at Georgetown University, concluded that unemployment for students with a college or university degree is a tolerable 8.9 percent per today’s standards. It’s a disastrous 22.9 percent for job searchers with only a high school diploma and an inconceivable 31.5 percent for high school dropouts according to the Georgetown study. Marketability correlates to higher education since those with education have significantly greater employment opportunities.

Marketability is more than a fancy word; it is a place in time that waits for no one. Marketability is a lifestyle necessity.

The American people’s survival skills began in our colonial days. We are a force to reckon with when it involves our freedom, our families, our religion and our education. Education is a power that affects every aspect of our American heritage.

Investment Weekly News reported in 2011 that career colleges have a proven record of preparing students for careers. Career colleges graduate 58 percent of their students. Career colleges develop programs that prepare and then place students in 17 of the 20 fastest-growing fields in America. Another interesting statistic from the Investment Weekly News article is that career college graduates represent 42 percent of health degrees and certificates conferred at two-year and less-than-two-year institutions. Comparing higher education to employment opportunities, the “Hard Times” report found that unemployment rates for graduates in healthcare and education are 5.4 percent compared to 9.4 percent for students who majored in liberal arts.

A focused education designed to fill a niche in the service and product delivering domains begins with having no education boundaries at all. Career colleges are businesses that can positively affect the job creation market in two areas: higher education jobs and jobs that are not limited to those with a formal education, but instead require experience.

Our American society has demonstrated for more than 200 years that adaptable survival skills result in duplicable, successful results. Clearly, our economy is far from recovered; however, Investment Weekly News reports that career colleges’ strategic education initiatives will continue to prepare students for the workforce without massing enormous debt. Education should be a lifetime of benefits – not a lifetime of paying for these benefits.

Students today are bridging the gap between education and getting a job. This journey results in marketability. Marketability has become the natural countermeasure against the recessionary dive our economy experienced. This countermeasure delivers endless opportunities to test the true American survival skills in all of us. Education is Power & a Job!

Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, March 2012 addition page 36.

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How your higher education institution becomes the trailblazer promoting education greatness!

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Do you believe the Macy’s Department Store Miracle on 34th Street classic model can work in Higher Education? To provide another institution  referral when your institution does not offer what the student really wants…


The College and University community
, to continue to ensure the highest academic degree programs of interest and continue to prosper in business. The higher-education industry must begin to think out-of-the-box, by developing and implementing academic countermeasures that are greater than their own university’s personal revenue interests.


Studies show
that the natural by-product of students experiencing academic interests that they the student perceive are truly met (what is important to them), results in higher retention and graduation rates.

In the best interest of students, we give referrals to our college and university friends, or perhaps institutions that you may list as competition. Especially when the other institutions have the best academic degree programs of interest that the student’s desires to enroll in.

In my travels, I have noticed some higher education institutions are doing this already, and that is where I acquired the idea for this blog article. To those institutions, I admire your commitment to education quality, education sustainability, and to have a student commitment greater than your own revenue outlook, thank you 🙂

However, we are far from there yet; how many times do admissions people tell the student prospect that we do not offer that program you’re interested in; however, this program we offer is just as good or similar? Close only counts in horseshoes, this same rule does not apply in higher education. Higher Education is not a revenue game, it is life.

The best life equals the education goals that bring you passion, we must focus on feeding the passion of our #1 natural resource, “our students”!

I know you are in business to sell seats; and you sell your own brand first. However, when you sell your own brand, and make this brand more important than a student’s true learning desire. The message you are promoting is mediocre academic interests is the normality at your institution.

Create a master list of education offerings by institutions, and have your admission call center advisors master this list,
your team becomes true higher-education counselors, and your higher education brand becomes the leaders promoting education greatness.

The Miracle on 34th Street model, when Macy’s Department Store referred Gimbels Department store because Gimbels had the best skates. Every good movie begins as a very smart idea; proof is Macys is still in business and Gimbels closed their last store in 1987. “Are you the Gimbels Of Higher Education?”. 

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THE FUTURE OF THE CAREER COLLEGE IS TODAY – Aligning with the needs of job creators…


January 2014
Today’s career college looks ahead while embracing both the present and future. It is empowered by the positive impact on higher education trending toward this unlimited future. The setback is that leadership from the education community and the job creators is not in alignment. Everyone is fighting for education market share or finding the best employee, which leads to the old standards for business growth. Everyone is in it only for himself or herself with no regard for bringing greater value to students and the job seekers. Fight to the top, and win at any cost. Both groups appear more focused on specific technology or tasks, not on lifelong learning to enhance education and job-creating productivity. That brings us to suggest the business problem to solve is having the right education offering to meet employer resource demands. 

Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, January 2014 page 42

The business problem is how can the education community align itself with the job creators.  The old standard of having the best brand name, self-perceived education offering or providing the best contact network is not enough. Are leaders ready to align in a way that promotes the right education offering that will encourage economic job-sustained growth both present and future?   All the signs favor that the look-ahead at leadership, as it pertains to keeping education programs tied closely to the needs of employers, is taking shape. This engagement takes us to an international reach supported by the career college community. This community is also determined to improve future look-aheads to education designs closely connected to the needs of the current and future job creators.

The hints about the future are scattered around us in plain view. Our community must open up our minds to the possibilities. Take a different look, use a second set of eyes that are open wide, and you just might be able to watch the possibilities turn into realities. Is this a philosophy or just wishful thinking? In my opinion, this represents the futuristic employer and the educator trends worth sharing. This future is only a split second away. These futuristic trends and strategy hints come from leadership teaming between career college communities and employers. Teaming promotes new job creator and education best practices.

Career college leaders are continually working to keep programs tied closely to the needs of employers. The future is keeping education relevant; leadership representing future employers will get connected and start mentoring early in the workforce higher education process, according to the Business Economics article “On the Importance of Education.” This outreach at the academic level will improve the ability to modify curriculum on the fly to meet changes in the business market. The market drives the business. The future is the career college community leading the teaming among colleges,  universities and vocational institutions, developing career trade education programs that speed up the process from education to a well-paying job.

The global employment economy will help to shape the future. Education supported by leadership in the future should be as encompassing as humanities’ diversity of culture. In the era of globalization, skill requirements of employers are clearly changing. According to the Journal of Business Economics and Management, employers in the future will require education programs that take into account cultural differences that will shape business organizations. Knowing how to build good relationships is an education that is cultural and is always changing. Future employers will demand the workforce’s adaptability.

The future leadership has identified the most important skills to succeed in the workplace: problem-solving, oral communication and ethics, as noted in a report from Tertiary Education and Management. Survey the job creators to discover how higher education can improve  education and training to reduce the gap between job and education offering.

According to the Journal of Industrial Relations, future employees have indicated that job satisfaction plays a very important role in creating customer satisfaction. Job creators have a stronger alignment with the career college community using market influences and trends to determine education practices that mold a person to having a higher job satisfaction.

All these points fall neatly in with the next education evolution spearheading major change: massive open online courses (MOOCs), a concept pressuring the more traditional online college and universities to rethink, retool, adapt, and try to stay in the education business. History is full of creative education ideas that arrive just in time to change all the rules and send the nonbelievers into a tailspin. In business, they represent what I call disruptive innovation, ideas, products and services that help create a new market and value network. You see corporations accustomed to making a profit in business embracing MOOCs as an efficient education tool to create better-trained workers at a smart, reasonable cost.  Companies such as AT&T, Google and others help design and even fund Web-based college classes. MOOCs provide a window into forces shaping the future of education and how the career college community can proactively engage in that influencing process.

Most MOOCs seem to be sponsored by large universities. The predicted volume of employers embracing the MOOC process will demand speed to market. Speed to market is not a trait that traditional  education institutions are best known for. The future belongs to the education community best equipped to develop and deploy to both national and regional audiences on topics of many special job-support programs quickly. The future is pleading for the career college community to take the leadership role in developing a second stage of MOOC industry. This writer suggests your institution reach out to business organizations and ask them what they are looking for in present and future employees. Warning: Before you reach out to businesses, be prepared to develop and deploy these MOOC programs quickly. Those institutions that master this will become the education masters of the future. For your day-to-day business operations to make money, focus on keeping education relevant by teaming among colleges, universities and vocational institutions. Be steadfast and accommodate the global employment economy, creating customers using job-market influences and trends to determine education practices. Finally, the modern-day education tools embracing unlimited technology spearheading this major education future are MOOCs, and the future is here today.

The future is on everyone’s mind. I predict the career college community will lead or pull other education organizations along kicking and screaming, if need be. Education that results in a vocation and is firmly cemented in our career college community begins with all of us. A vocation is the ultimate looking-ahead leadership journey.  Dr. Pete

by AMERICAN WRITER Dr. Pietro Savo Tradition Books Publication © 2012

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STEM Field’s Talent Shortage

Stem Field

Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, September 2012 addition page 50.

“STEM Fields” Talent Shortage; How the United States can regain its competitiveness in math- and science-related fields. Career College Central Magazine, September 2012

For the past 100 years, technological innovations in science and engineering have fueled the U.S. economy, produced good jobs and an extraordinary standard of living, and established the United States as an international economic leader. Our nation’s international segment of industries focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), though, is in profound decline, as documented in the “Science and Engineering Indicators: 2012” study by the National Science Board. The study concludes that STEM education and entrepreneurial thinking has taken a back seat to empirical learning, resulting in a decline in good jobs. “We do not have nearly enough people who are capable in the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering and math,” said Margaret Spellings, former U.S. Secretary of Education from 2005 to 2009.

The U.S. economy relies heavily on jobs resulting from innovation. This makes selecting the means How the United States can regain its competitiveness in math- and science-related fields to ensure the sustained growth of the U.S. economy and job creating industries paramount. Job-creating industries are dependent on the nation’s college graduates being trained to decipher, understand, and identify industry solutions from historical case studies. Case studies correlating to present-day educational obstacles can provide a heads-up display for market changes, diversity of markets, and the ability to adapt to markets with a historical perspective. Having a strong focus on STEM fields reduces the talent shortage and increases learning from past education mistakes.

In the last 20 years, the skills needed for employment have become more technology related. This requires workers to have stronger backgrounds in science and engineering. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that the number of workers in science and engineering occupations grew by nearly 800 percent between 1950 and 2000. Our nation has a thirst for STEM occupations, which is revealed in the lower unemployment statistics of STEM graduates.

Here is the big problem: The cost of waiting for old ideas to catch up with modern job-creation practices obstructs new market opportunities. Such obstructions represent a stream of wasteful practices, making it difficult to be competitive in today’s volatile markets. The loss of competitiveness results in lost work and higher unemployment statistics. According to U.S. Department of Labor information cited in the 2012 CNN Money article “The 86 Million Invisible Unemployed,” 86 million people without jobs have simply given up looking for a job. How do we bring together our combined academic experiences and industry expertise to reverse this serious educational trend? The talent solutions will come from colleges and universities that move quickly to embrace STEM education concepts, neither tolerating nor accepting limits set by bureaucratic regulations. Teachers are ready to make such change. With quick changes to curricula that encourage and promote STEM fields, the value of such an education can inspire students in K-12.

“By taking on teaching and school counselor roles, STEM educated graduates from our nation’s teaching colleges and universities become the compulsory inspiration for our young people.”

New K-12 teachers and school counselors become the natural first line of observation. STEM practitioners become vital to identifying students with a gift for the sciences. The secret sauce is in stimulating learning in students who do not know they have the ability to excel in STEM fields. These students have the strongest probability for success and become future job creators and industry leaders.

Educated teachers and school counselors in STEM can help students develop their own learning experiences and science skill sets. New experiences and skill sets become the bedrock of goal setting early in a student’s educational journey. In the pyramid design, we begin with the foundation of knowledge experienced through the empirical learning of teachers and school counselors.

The modern-day assessment tool that can easily be adapted to test the necessities of K-12 is called the Prior Learning Assessment. PLA is an important strategy for helping students progress toward higher education. Understanding a student’s prior learning is similar to adding a turbine supercharger to a four-cylinder education engine. After reviewing data collected from 62,475 students at 48 postsecondary institutions in a PLA study, the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) shows that PLA students have better academic outcomes.

Climbing higher up the pyramid is a next-level opportunity to stimulate K-12 learning by concentrating on the combined strengths of parent involvement (PI) and interactive methodology (IM). A Need for More Role Models?” in the Journal of College Science Teaching, PI is the ultimate role model.

Students will enjoy learning and be motivated to learn if they are taught by a motivated role model who is of great influence to the student, such as a parent. Teachers and school counselors who encourage PI are more likely to receive the respect of both the student and parents. PI is significant because, as the education process continues, students gain confidence in discussing science with others long after school dismissal in the best learning environment – their homes. The final pyramid step is technology or IM – the ultimate evolutionary process. IM combines every level of technology that is available to the student in the school and home environments. Advancing a student’s sensory ability by using methodology fueled by technology stimulates levels of importance associated with STEM learning. IM becomes the natural byproduct and lowest common denominator linking STEM educators, researchers and students, establishing unlimited inspirational learning. Each level of learning becomes more exciting than the previous.

As seen above, the pyramid design has a foundation in STEM educated teachers and school counselors, who are trained with a robust student assessment process that aims for understanding a student’s prior learning. Including PI and adapting to IM are also vital. Using this model, we have a fighting chance with the benefits of STEM education and entrepreneurial thinking, resulting in a culture prepared to create good jobs.

Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, September 2012 page 50

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Transitioning American Veterans

Transitioning American Veterans

We find ourselves challenged to support the strengths and needs of veterans as they transition from a military life to pursuing higher education. This challenge finds its home well within the framework of Schlossberg’s transition model, which was developed to assist with a broad range of life transitions. Many institutions of higher education have developed detailed service programs to boost veteran success in higher education.

What’s missing, and perhaps a barrier for success, is that the key to these programs lies in understanding the student-veteran mindset, which is becoming critical as more student-veterans seek to use their military education benefits.

The 2011 NACADA Journal article “Applying Schlossberg’s Model to Transitioning American Veterans” reports that an increasing number of student-veterans start the higher education journey with unseen injuries such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health issues. These unseen injuries increase the likelihood of lower retention and graduation rates. Student-veterans returning to colleges and universities typically have a higher level of education and a higher level of maturity than the traditional high school graduate because they have a more diverse experience base. This experience base can be an additional barrier that adds to the difficulty of understanding the student-veteran mindset.

Dr. Schlossberg’s study identified the means to overcome such a difficulty by a process that encourages an understanding of the student-veteran’s strengths, needs and challenges as they transition from the military life to the higher education journey.

We Speak A Different Language

Student-veterans are different. We take on life’s tasks as if they represent a mission. We are regimented, task-oriented and focused on the goals. We speak a different language that is easily distinguishable from one veteran to another. We communicate with experience gained from places and events that are both amazing and impossible to describe.

It’s a language that cannot be learned; it can only be earned. It defines our history and the level of trust granted.

Schlossberg’s Transition Model

Schlossberg’s transition model focuses on a series of human interactions that produce a desired result as a means to promote higher education success.

Schlossberg model promote dynamic change that influences the sense of competency which becomes a clear connection between a student-veteran and an institution of higher education. A connection when applied, results in higher retention, degree completion rates and a productive, transitioning American veteran.

About Dr. Nancy K. Schlossberg

Dr. Nancy K. Schlossberg established the Office of Women in Higher Education at the American Council of Education, and she has served on the faculties of Wayne State University, Howard University and Pratt University. Her published books include: Getting the Most out of College (2001); Going to Plan B: How You Can Cope, Regroup and Start Your Life on a New Path (1996); Improving Higher Education Environments for Adults (1989); Counseling Adults in Transition (1984); and Perspectives on Counseling Adults (1978).

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Cash or Class? Rekindle the; entrepreneurial spirit within the young at heart.

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Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, March 2013 addition  page 24

Cash or Class? 
Rekindle the; entrepreneurial spirit within the young at heart. Peter Thiel from the Thiel Foundation recently gave a new class of students $100,000 to forgo  college. His monetary prizes were to encourage students to drop out of college  and become entrepreneurs on their own, before college ruined their  entrepreneurial spirit. Thiel holds the perception that higher education  impedes, rather than enhances, the development of creative ideas. Does this  statement have merit? To find the answer, we first need to understand the issue. Once young minds get to college at the undergraduate level, these students  become trained to follow a standard principle of book learning. The lecture hall  echoes rhetoric being force-fed to students by professors who oftentimes have  been in academia all their careers and not directly contributing to developing  successful practices in business. Many college and university students are  refined out of being imaginative.

Simply stated,  students forget what it is like to encourage their imagination to voyage beyond  book learning.

The entrepreneurial gene goes dormant or is lost  forever because open creative minds are soon focused on grades and earning an  education. The priority of entrepreneurial creativity is lost, too. This is  particularly troubling because humanity has risen to the top of the food chain thanks to the risk that comes from creative thinking. This writer feels it was  creative thought and the entrepreneurial spirit that drove us out of caves to  cross large landmasses to create a better life. It is no different from  developing successful 
businesses today. The spirit to take flight, take risk and accomplish finishes 
second to caution and the fear of failure.

What’s lost is the understanding that inventiveness  and creativity are important stimulators for ensuring the learning process.  Entrepreneurship is a natural ability. We all have the entrepreneurship gene,  although some people exercise it and some don’t. Imagine if an even greater  percentage of people found a way to thrive using entrepreneurial thinking? There
are some very successful technology entrepreneurs, for example Bill Gates,  Michael Dell and Mark Zuckerberg, who never graduated from college. J.R.  Simplot, who died at the age of 99 with a net worth of $3.6 billion, created one  of the largest privately held food and agribusiness companies in the nation –  all without ever attending college. The effort is made to differentiate between  education based on consumption of knowledge, and social experiences between  educators and students. Our goal must be to hire back generations of  creativeness as a proactive approach based on entrepreneurial thinking.  Entrepreneurial thinking becomes consequence of shared learning between educator  and student. It is safe to say the solutions for empowering entrepreneurial  thinking rest in higher education. Since problems less of a problem by  collaborative, common-sense. here are some academic solutions to bring about 
entrepreneurial thinking for those who did not win the Thiel $100,000 prizes.

  1. Recruit  entrepreneurs to develop and create a class around their successful  entrepreneurial experiences. Then offer courses experiences to
    prepare interested students to be successful entrepreneurial. In this way, a  student will be better equipped gage in taking the risk and experiencing the 
    real world, including its challenges and disappointments. 
  2. Find out what  motivates the individual, because one size does not fit all.  Motivation becomes the central emotional drive that has power to advance
    people. Such activities are fun, motivating thought-provoking to take part  in, and they encourage the student’s natural crazy gene to float to the
    surface.
  3. Incorporate a  variety of innovative entrepreneurial strategies to prepare students to be  successful in whichever career they choose.
  4. With a young  fearless mind, everything is possible; an experienced entrepreneurial  mentor is perhaps what you need.
  5. Don’t wait for  college. Imagine if we could incorporate an innovative attitude into  a middle school or high school setting

Perhaps the perception that higher education impedes rather than enhances the development of creative ideas is not entirely true.  Obstructions of entrepreneurial ideas are more a result of not being prepared  for the demands of every changing evolutionary obstacle that humanity must  endure.

Our goal must be to  bring back generations of creativeness as a proactive approach to entrepreneurial thinking.

 Entrepreneurship is born out of need, as much as  creativity is a natural byproduct of being at the top of the food chain.   As the planet becomes more crowded, entrepreneurship  becomes more critical to humanity’s survivability. Survivability resulting in  prosperity will become dependent not so much on obtaining a college or  university degree, but more on inspiring as many serial entrepreneurs as  possible. Make Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Mark Zuckerberg and J.R. Simplot the  norm, not the exception to the rule.

Read the entire article featured in Career College Central Magazine, March 2013 addition  page 24

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My personal philosophy is simple; always be a positive influence with every person you meet!

We find ourselves engaged in the possible when; the possible represents the streamline approaches to encouraging others to achieve their highest potential. We do occasionally find ourselves near people absorbed in the impossible. From the beginning of human existence, the impossible has driven us from the caves, to explore the world. The unknown has become the ultimate symbol representing the impossible quest to achieving the very possible. For the very possible depends on achievements motivated by a positive attitude. From such an attitude emerged the Six Rules of Success, this humble writer share these rules freely with you, with the hope you will share these simple rules with every person you meet!

 Six Rules of Success

1: Commitment is your bond…

2: Leave nothing to chance or guessing…

3: Wake up every day and say something positive to a minimum of six people…

4: Honesty over Bull…

5: Success is everyone’s privilege…

6: Share success, don’t be selfish, plenty of success out there for everyone

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Study people and you will notice a trend. Successful people are spontaneous, and they do not give success a choice. All-and-all successful people drive success to levels that are not imaginable; the impossible become their personal very possible. So study successful people and watch the wonders around them radiate. The six rules of success are achievable, livable and for all to learn. Master them and watch the possible happen, all around you. The natural by-product becomes your successes, and the lifetime of inspiring moments to follow…

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Freedom, Liberty, and American Patriotism, 4th of July Message

“For Freedom, Liberty, and American Patriotism to continue to exist in our Great Republic, We Must, Never Forget The Sacrifices!” 

Happy 4th of July – 1776 to 2011 Freedom, Liberty, and American Patriotism Lives On, One Patriot at a Time!

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With modern liberty, the weapon of choice is always the voting box. The 21st century has brought about great change, with the invention of the Internet, e-mail, and mass media. No corner of the earth can escape good or bad news. The phenomenon of speed of light communications today, is completely relentless. There are absolutely no boundaries to communications in the 21st century. For that reason, the weapon of choice to make a change today, must be communicating with voice, combined with the power of the voting box.

Every citizen of the United States has this power to agree or disagree with his or her elected politicians. The tool to make change in this enormous political environment of today is the voting box. Once an American citizen achieves the age of eighteen years he or she has the right to vote. We must focus on this right to vote, we must deliver our mandates through the use of this voting box.

The voting box must always be the present-day and future weapon of choice because, the greatest force in our republic is its people and their right to vote.

Regardless of where your political beliefs reside, be it left, middle or right, is not the concern, what is important is questioning our government to keep them honest and true to our best wishes. When we are questioning, we’re pro-actively taking the time to understand each issue that interests us, and affects us, as long as we independently determine our own belief at the end of the day that is true constitutional republic. Read, write, and question everything!

As a modern day society, it appears we have forgotten the groups of courageous citizens who banded together and risked everything to create our constitutional republic. A constitutional republic that many generations before us have been blessed to enjoy. The problem today is that liberals, moderates, and conservatives focus more on the argument than the actual importance of having the argument. Agree or not, the disagreement of different political viewpoints represents the only true important factor in the rhetoric. Because we must never stop debating, never stop disagreeing, and never stop questioning because that is what constitutional republic stands for.

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