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Don't take the rfid/verichip it's the mark of the beast
20 Dec 2019
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Imagination need only one brain, but to fulfill it, sometimes thousands of workers are needed. If we look at the number of brains since the world beginning, workers will never be workless. But, what's left of all this?
13 Apr 2008
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Washington - The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is launching a public awareness campaign focusing on civilian career opportunities at all levels of the labor market, from students, entry-level job seekers, people with disabilities, veterans, mid-level careerists and senior level executives. To kick off the campaign, the DoD is releasing a new series of PSAs called "Making A Difference." The 4-spot campaign focuses on civilian employees in various positions - Medical Professionals, Language Specialists, and Engineers - who do meaningful work supporting the military and are "Making a Difference" for their country. The campaign also steers viewers to a revamped website, www.goDefense****, the primary portal for DoD civilian job seekers. As Americans struggle with high unemployment, the DoD initiative is a positive story that provides a hopeful, realistic avenue to career success. For students, DoD provides valuable on-the-job experience and scholarship opportunities. For mid-level DoD positions, creative, team-oriented workers are needed to bring leadership potential to existing workplaces. Executives and managers are needed who can lead change and foster high ethical standards that will enable DoD to serve the American people effectively. The website points out that as the nation's largest employer, DoD employs thousands of workers with disabilities and highly values the skills of our nation's veterans. The men and women highlighted in the "Making A Difference" campaign reflect the unique American notion that hard work, drive and purpose, and serving others are worthy career goals. The "Making A Difference" PSA campaign brings these ideals to life. Source: Department of Defense
25 Apr 2009
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Washington - The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is launching a public awareness campaign focusing on civilian career opportunities at all levels of the labor market, from students, entry-level job seekers, people with disabilities, veterans, mid-level careerists and senior level executives. To kick off the campaign, the DoD is releasing a new series of PSAs called "Making A Difference." The 4-spot campaign focuses on civilian employees in various positions - Medical Professionals, Language Specialists, and Engineers - who do meaningful work supporting the military and are "Making a Difference" for their country. The campaign also steers viewers to a revamped website, www.goDefense****, the primary portal for DoD civilian job seekers. As Americans struggle with high unemployment, the DoD initiative is a positive story that provides a hopeful, realistic avenue to career success. For students, DoD provides valuable on-the-job experience and scholarship opportunities. For mid-level DoD positions, creative, team-oriented workers are needed to bring leadership potential to existing workplaces. Executives and managers are needed who can lead change and foster high ethical standards that will enable DoD to serve the American people effectively. The website points out that as the nation's largest employer, DoD employs thousands of workers with disabilities and highly values the skills of our nation's veterans. The men and women highlighted in the "Making A Difference" campaign reflect the unique American notion that hard work, drive and purpose, and serving others are worthy career goals. The "Making A Difference" PSA campaign brings these ideals to life. Source: Department of Defense
25 Apr 2009
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Washington - The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is launching a public awareness campaign focusing on civilian career opportunities at all levels of the labor market, from students, entry-level job seekers, people with disabilities, veterans, mid-level careerists and senior level executives. To kick off the campaign, the DoD is releasing a new series of PSAs called "Making A Difference." The 4-spot campaign focuses on civilian employees in various positions - Medical Professionals, Language Specialists, and Engineers - who do meaningful work supporting the military and are "Making a Difference" for their country. The campaign also steers viewers to a revamped website, www.goDefense****, the primary portal for DoD civilian job seekers. As Americans struggle with high unemployment, the DoD initiative is a positive story that provides a hopeful, realistic avenue to career success. For students, DoD provides valuable on-the-job experience and scholarship opportunities. For mid-level DoD positions, creative, team-oriented workers are needed to bring leadership potential to existing workplaces. Executives and managers are needed who can lead change and foster high ethical standards that will enable DoD to serve the American people effectively. The website points out that as the nation's largest employer, DoD employs thousands of workers with disabilities and highly values the skills of our nation's veterans. The men and women highlighted in the "Making A Difference" campaign reflect the unique American notion that hard work, drive and purpose, and serving others are worthy career goals. The "Making A Difference" PSA campaign brings these ideals to life. Source: Department of Defense
25 Apr 2009
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Washington - The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is launching a public awareness campaign focusing on civilian career opportunities at all levels of the labor market, from students, entry-level job seekers, people with disabilities, veterans, mid-level careerists and senior level executives. To kick off the campaign, the DoD is releasing a new series of PSAs called "Making A Difference." The 4-spot campaign focuses on civilian employees in various positions - Medical Professionals, Language Specialists, and Engineers - who do meaningful work supporting the military and are "Making a Difference" for their country. The campaign also steers viewers to a revamped website, www.goDefense****, the primary portal for DoD civilian job seekers. As Americans struggle with high unemployment, the DoD initiative is a positive story that provides a hopeful, realistic avenue to career success. For students, DoD provides valuable on-the-job experience and scholarship opportunities. For mid-level DoD positions, creative, team-oriented workers are needed to bring leadership potential to existing workplaces. Executives and managers are needed who can lead change and foster high ethical standards that will enable DoD to serve the American people effectively. The website points out that as the nation's largest employer, DoD employs thousands of workers with disabilities and highly values the skills of our nation's veterans. The men and women highlighted in the "Making A Difference" campaign reflect the unique American notion that hard work, drive and purpose, and serving others are worthy career goals. The "Making A Difference" PSA campaign brings these ideals to life. Source: Department of Defense
25 Apr 2009
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June 11, 2009 - Because of the economy, hundreds of thousands of workers are being laid off around the country. The aviation industry is being hit especially hard. In Wichita, Kansas, the heartbeat of general aviation, it's been tough as so many head for the unemployment line.
12 Jun 2009
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The recession created domino effects that made even the biggest, most successful industries vulnerable to profit loss. Some of the hardest hit companies had no other choice but to either lay off thousands of workers or shut down their operations completely. Remarkably, one of the industry that was able to weather the recession is internet marketing. As such, the growing need for people to earn a living online eventually led to many marketing tools, services, strategies that could help them earn money using the internet even while in the midst of recession.
8 Sep 2010
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