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The Revitalize American Manufacturing and Innovation Act (RAMI) would establish a National Network of Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI) and create thousands of high-paying, high-tech manufacturing jobs while enhancing the United States' role as the world's leader in advanced manufacturing.
adie reveals that he's taken a high-paying job in the city so that he can afford to buy the garden.
Additionally, the unemployment rate in New Jersey recently crept up to the national average, while pharmaceuticals are no longer growing at a desirable rate and high-paying jobs continue to diminish.
It gives people who don't have high-paying jobs a chance.
The top five high-paying jobs for women were: marketing and sales managers' hospital and health service managers' personnel managers' primary and nursery teachers' and management consultants, actuaries, economists and statisticians.
Psychometricians, or trained specialists who create and evaluate tests, are entering the workforce at a trickle and those who do are often choosing high-paying jobs over ones serving the public sector.
A recent statewide survey shows that regardless of location, income, education, or gender, Arizonans are convinced that science and technology will deliver on high-paying jobs, personal benefits, and solutions to environmental and social problems.
In such a situation, would an employer be more likely, or less likely, to hire (or promote) a female worker of childbearing years to a high-paying job?
95) provides a basic guide for college grads who want to position their skills for high-paying careers in today's competitive global market.
However, the city's knowledge and education sector is attracting those high-paying jobs.
In the 1970s and 1980s, when Japanese competition threatened employment in the auto industry and some of the new areas of technology, people could not see how innovation in this country would create a separate revolution in finance that transformed an industry dominated by bank clerks into one that employs millions at all levels, many in high-paying advisory positions that did not exist even twenty years ago.
Between 1983 and 2002, notes Lindsey, such "challenging and high-paying positions have jumped from 23.

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