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The National Bureau of Probable Labor creates a nationally viable strategy for employment in emerging, experimental, and forward thinking fields that are undeveloped or underserved by businesses, organizations and other government agencies.

By developing strategies focusing on opportunities in these emerging fields, potentially qualified candidates are put to work in positions with some future probability of civic importance.

Investment in these opportunities also enhances national security and global economic competitiveness, insuring our citizens are trained in possibly important careers, that the country's science remains the most advanced in the world, and that the nation is prepared and fortified against the potential global threats that may exist in the future.

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