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What types of jobs typically are found in ghetto, inner-city neighborhoods? A. low-wage positions, typically in retail outlets, that require little education B. professional positions with banks, doctors' offices, and other similar businesses C. hourly factory and manufacturing positions D. positions that require advanced education, such as those in financial or technology firms
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The types of jobs typically found in ghetto, inner-city neighborhoods are: low-wage positions, typically in retail outlets, that require little education.
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