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...These areas provide a wide area of interest to the student. Well, not much Chemistry in Banking but there is a number of particular SAS PROC's which fits right into Banking. I have taught Chemistry at the High School and College levels (Sacramento City College, Loyola Marymount U in Los Angeles). First, I am certified in both SAS Base and SAS Advanced.
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