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What Industry and Where You Live Helps in Finding a Job!

Resume Bear

The state is also benefiting from a pickup in tourist and industries unrelated to housing. The expansion is benefiting industries that are heavy consumers of natural gas – like fertilizers, chemicals plastics, steel and glass. They’re also investing in high-tech equipment to boost productivity and to further drive down costs to better compete with low-wage overseas manufacturers. Much like the uneven recovery that is slowly pulling the U.S.

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“Not Feeling Well Enough to Work? – 13 Workplace Options (Part 2 of 2)”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Some suggest that it is attributable to the many chemicals in our food, water and environment. The idea was to require all employers to contribute to one state-managed insurance fund that would be used to pay workers injured on or because of their job for (a) their unpaid medical bills, and (b) their lost wages. To qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, an employee must first have worked in jobs covered by Social Security. “Be careful about reading health books.

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Avoid, If You Can, The “Obsolete Job” Trap

Sklover Working Wisdom

Because of the increasing presence of chemicals in our daily lives, it might mean eating more food grown organically. Notice that each of these occupations involve discreet transactions involving money that have, to a large extent, been either offshored to low-wage locales, or transformed into computer tasks. . Many services that require human interaction are being transferred to lower-wage, lower-benefit locales in the name of “productivity.”

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“Could I get in trouble for 'going public' about a threat to.

Sklover Working Wisdom

For example, if a factory was letting dangerous chemicals discharge into a public water system, your “going public” could be protected under certain state laws protecting public health. Benefits, Pensions and Perq’s H. Non-Competes and Trade Secrets L. Overtime, Commissions, Unpaid Wages O. Unemployment Benefits AA. Blog » “Could I get in trouble for ‘going public’ about a threat to public welfare that my company covered up?”

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