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sara 4h
Since I was worried about waking up in time for my train for the big meeting I have, I decided to just not sleep at alll. I’m sure this will go well.
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Mentor Happy💥 18m
News Flash... it's a 3.8% market, which means employers are desperate to fill vacant roles. So, if you're actively job searching but not landing interviews this is why.
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Common Man 6h
Dear Indians, elections are coming near. Be prepared to see a lot of emotional patriotism, rhetoric, more Grand promises like Anything to divert attention from real issues & failures like
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Koku Mawuli Nanegbe 47m
A Govt that promised d people but rather delivering
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USAFacts Sep 18
The unemployment rate in the US hit 3.9% in August 2018. Before unemployment figures for September are released, learn how we arrive at this number!
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Pushkar Sep 23
This is a big story by and needs to get more attention -
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Adult Learning Aus 11h
Private job-seeking operators are stripping people of benefits without consulting government departments. Limited redress for job seekers despite 1million mistakes made last year.
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Sophia McDonald 7h
If we are going to find practical solutions to poverty together we need to repudiate the blame game.
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MAYANK SHARMA Sep 19
India is plagued with issues of , crimes, rising prices, rupee devaluation, rural development, education & so on. We wish to see eradication of these aforesaid issues to be called a great Nation of diversity & communal harmony
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Dr. Dinesh Goyal Sep 21
Big questions to be answered by before 2019 are 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. But media will ask us about & or Rahul
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Gopal Krishna Yadav Sep 22
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Chris Mkhonto-Macwele Sep 17
Here's some of my ideas on how to curb the problem of unemployed graduates in South Africa 🇿🇦 . Thread:
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Owl and Pussycat 1h
From the mind of Bram Eisenthal, author of horror fiction like Hard Night: , , , , , Available now at your favorite digital store! , , , , , ,
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Ilaria Maselli Sep 18
You'll read in my oped for the FT tomorrow that even though stands at its lowest level in four decades, the UK faces the highest risk of of any of the 13 economies for which tracks business cycles. Here is why:
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72 Films Sep 20
Jess is in a frustrating situation that many young adults in Redcar find themselves in, completing an apprenticeship and finding no job at the end of it.
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SelinaStoller Sep 18
in the is historically low, but wage growth is sluggish - and no one seems to know exactly why
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K.I.M ❄ Sep 20
SABC is retrenching Eskom is retrenching Telkom is retrenching PetroSA is retrenching Denel is retrenching Prasa is retrenching GOVERNMENT is retrenching SA increasing daily
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Trivikram S. Prabhu Gaonkar Sep 19
India is plagued with issues of , crimes, rising prices, rupee devaluation, rural development, education & so on.
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Quickraiz Sep 20
Saliha Farms plans to empower Youths in Kogi State through Agriculture. About 500 hundred youths will be empowered through this programme and over 200 jobs will be created.
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Manik Anand 3h
The unemployment percentage has been increased to 85% from the last 4 years No recuirtment in J&K since 2014 SSCJE civil vaccancies details 2012-1970 2013-1220 2014-2116 2015-1677 2016-1246 2017-362 (187 for unreserved) 2018- kept secret or secracy pact
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