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Second-year physical therapy students Carolyn Despot (from left), Amber Kantor and Alyssa Schroeder take notes during a lecture portion of their Thursday afternoon class at the College of St. Scholastica. In the background, spine models hang on a utility board. The physical therapy program at St. Scholastica claims a 100 percent job-placement rate. (Amanda Hansmeyer/Duluth News Tribune)

Northland-area schools placing students into jobs before graduation

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DULUTH - Dayn Besel has a year left in his physical therapy program at the College of St. Scholastica, but he already has a job waiting for him after graduation.

At St. Scholastica, 100 percent of physical therapy students get jobs in their field. It's among a handful of programs at area colleges and universities with high job-placement rates, even in these trying economic times.

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