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UPS is hiring for 95,000 seasonal positions this holiday season, and FedEx is looking to fill 55,000 winter seasonal jobs across the United States.
Seasonal factors may be applied to series using either a direct or an aggregative method.
During the year 2011-12, total 13, 56,600 Metric tonnes off seasonal vegetable production was recorded in 67,968 hectare land recording an average 19.
Any application to enter the EU as a seasonal worker will have to include a work contract or a binding job offer specifying essentials such as pay and working hours, says the agreed text.
Conceptually, one may define seasonal adjustment as the purging of any variations in economic data that are predictable using the calendar alone.
The nonstop flight will add to Virgin America's seasonal daily connecting flight schedule from JFK to PSP and its seasonal daily nonstop schedule from SFO to PSP.
Treatment of seasonal influenza is dominated by two categories of treatment options, vaccines and antiviral therapies.
Census data from 2010 show seasonal housing grew about 14,000 units between 2000 and 2010, an increase of 59 percent.
Mixtures of reassortant viruses were generated in 293T cells by using reverse genetics, by co-transfecting 8 plasmids that encode the pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus genome together with 7 plasmids encoding the seasonal influenza A (H3N2) or seasonal influenza A (H1N1) virus genome.
Wakefield MP Mary Creagh, left, - whose constituency covers Denby Dale - was among the politicians lining up for seasonal flu injections in line with the Government's recommendation (left).
Despite fears about swine flu this year, the Department of Health is stressing that normal seasonal flu jabs need to be given.
The county Public Health office kicked off its seasonal flu clinics Monday, and shots for adults and children will be available Wednesdays at the Public Health Annex at 135 E.