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By Pat Brogan

The call is out in Fairfax County for a whole list of jobs for its public schools.

Virginia's largest school system is in need of teachers, counselors,social workers,physical therapists and psychologists. Two instructional job fairs are set for early next year,but candidates are being asked to fill out a questionnaire on the school system's website. It must be finished before January 14th.

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