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Khaleesi👑mamaKabafana🖤BcomGraduate👩‍🎓nwa'Ubisi Mar 13
Anyone around JHB looking for a job and is Good in english has matric but even if you are a graduate. Contact me for info about a new career opportunity
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Kaleigh Mar 19
Yet it’s near impossible to even get a call back for multiple job applications, and being told you are over skilled for general roles 👍🏼 also great to hear because of and end of tax year there are hardly any temp roles
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Abhinav Shubham Mar 19
2/3 But a harsh reality is that youths are suffering from a disease called . We want you as leaders, as economist to take necessary steps for employment boost in our country. Particularly on the basis of skill sets. Government should take necessary steps for skill
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Recruit Recruit Mar 19
The 76.1% UK employment rate is the highest since records began in 1971.
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Osman Goni Mar 19
growth rate is rapid increasing from 3.41%(Apr,2014) to 6.75% (Apr, 2018)under this government. Now Bhakt will say that the Congress party ruled the country from 2014-2018.
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Seenu Vaghela Mar 20
India Nibbas looking for Employment without, - Skills - Passion - Responsibility
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Devesh Pratap Singh 17h
Replying to @ShashiTharoor @Twitter
Vikas was born in 2014 but on account of he could only make it to , although he managed to get some fake degrees
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Oxfam India Mar 19
could end up with huge mass if it does not grow its manufacturing sector, warns Nobel Prize winning economist, Do you think unemployment in is a problem?
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Julian Jessop Mar 19
Replying to @D_Blanchflower
I'll just leave this here (I know you like the single month estimate so I've included that too)… while there's no doubt that the economy has grown more slowly than otherwise as a result of uncertainty, you must surely admit that HMT was hopelessly wrong on ?
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Berozgar Sanjeet Singh 23h
otherwise we will die this half death for the next 5 years. These dirty politicians will never speak about or in their election rallies. Aspirants who work hard day in and day out are lathi charged when they protest against the injustice. TBC.......
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Troll Raaja 9h
1st Son : BE. 2nd Son : MBA. 3rd Son : PhD 4th Son : Theif Neighbour : why can't you throw the 4th son out of your house? Father : He is the only one earning money. The rest are unemployed. 😂😂
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SM 12h
your jibe has really hit the BJP and so immense that all their ministers and bhaktsare taking the load to be part of the save Modi campaign. Do not let it go down and couple it with
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Rajeev Aggarwal Mar 20
The country having huge unemployment means it is not progressing, if there is data saying in contradiction is surely fudged.
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Mai bhi berojgar Mar 20
Replying to @BJP4India @arunjaitley
Aap bas ye bta de Respected ji... Per year kitne rojgaar die gaye? Give us data... Apne aap criticiser chup ho jayenge.. Let public decide who is saying truth or lie.
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Sushil Jyotiswarup Mar 15
can be solved . All the problems can be solved , if you take to Handmade things . We should take to Handmade things as far as possible . Sahajayogis should use Handmade things."-- H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. -- ( 07/06/1982 , London. UK ).
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🔴मी मराठी🔴 6h
Unfortunately no1 is talking on Bcoz, all they (All parties) know we won't win on these topics better way emotional
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QuantumLeapBackwards Mar 18
Replying to @QuantumLeapBack
#5 In the meanwhile no new jobs created despite promise of 1 crore new jobs - no wonder now all are being to call themselves chowkidaars - is this is supposed to be a substitute to creating employment?
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JobSkilla Mar 20
Digital inclusion course due to start on 25/3/19 at Castlemere Community Centre for all unemployed people of Rochdale on receipt of benefit, all learners will receive funded Netbook. call on 0330 113 0113 to confirm booking.
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REV 4h
ayy fam got a job fuck
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Prof.Bholanath Dutta 21h
The problem is not jobs, it is wages.
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