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Gabriel Pacareu, left, and Benjamin Eisenman work with a infrared spectrometer in a lab at Miami-Dade College's School of Science, where classes focus on skills students can use in the medical industry. With most students working part-time, working on equipment in the classroom makes it easier to land positions as lab techs and research assistants.

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