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The State Lobbyists shall be experienced and knowledgeable in Pre-K-20 education, and also be knowledgeable of performance accountability systems.
20137 that those retirement plan participants who scored highest on a test of their financial knowledge might have "more volatile" portfolios, but their portfolios are not more diversified than their less knowledgeable peers.
Numerous studies show that more financially knowledgeable people accumulate more retirement wealth," they point out, including that they are more likely to plan and save and that they are "more aware of, and manage better, the fees and charges associated with financial products.
Forty-one percent said they are not at all knowledgeable about the law and another 48 percent said they were only somewhat knowledgeable.
Just under half, 48 percent, of parents feel very knowledgeable about the entire cost of an education beyond tuition, and another 39 percent feel somewhat knowledgeable.
Considering that this man was an expert in missiles/rockets and knowledgeable in various other subjects, including Indian classical music, this is hardly surprising.
Only 34% of families said their primary care physicians were "knowledgeable" about mental illness, whereas 17% said their physicians were "somewhat" knowledgeable.

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