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Aug. 15, 2006, 9:03PM

Caribbean Tests Mobile Worker Plan

By ADAM RANEY Associated Press Writer
© 2006 The Associated Press

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad — With construction stagnant in her native Jamaica, architect Mandilee Newton left one island for another _ taking a design job in oil- and gas-rich Trinidad.

By finding a position across the Caribbean, the bespectacled Newton, 27, said she managed to boost her career without migrating to Europe or North America like so many skilled workers from the region.

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