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ExxonMobil and SABIC announced the decision to proceed with the construction of a chemical facility and a 1.8 million metric ton ethane steam cracker in San Patricio County, Texas, leading to thousands of high-paying jobs and billions in economic output.
Global energy giants ExxonMobil and Sabic have announced plans to start construction of a chemical facility and a 1.8-million metric tonne ethane steam cracker in San Patricio County, Texas, leading to thousands of high-paying jobs and billions in economic output.
One-fourth of employees will have high-paying jobs and the rest will have to have advanced technological skills.
Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) plans to invest more than USD 125 million in internal research and development (R&D) in Florida this fiscal year -- bolstering high-paying jobs and the company's innovation leadership in the state, the company said.
The objective is to spur the local entrepreneurship culture, which the bank finds is being restricted by an abundance of high-paying government jobs.
But while it opened its doors to more skilled workers, Singapore decided to restrict the entry of expatriates in its high-paying industries by expanding the coverage of its advertisement rule to cover more establishments.
The projects are expected to generate thousands of new high-paying jobs in Texas and Louisiana, Woods said.
The fact is that Macedonia needs new jobs, and jobs can vary from high-paying to low-paying, concludes the author.
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.
Officials say they want to help prepare people for high-demand, high-paying jobs.
adie reveals that he's taken a high-paying job in the city so that he can afford to buy the garden.
The office vacancy rate in Palm Beach County is over 20 percent, but area brokers hope that as research and development institutes move to the area they will bring high-paying jobs and new business, both important to the real estate market.

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