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technology

noun best technical knowledge, latest scientific knowledge, scientific advancement, state of the art, state of the industry, updated scientific knowledge Generally: application, development, latest products, moddrn science, science
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Benjamin is enjoying his position and hopes to advance to senior food technologist.
The major challenge for a radiologic technologist is effective and efficient handling and use of X-ray radiation.
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) includes anesthesia technologists among surgical technologists and reports that the median annual wage of surgical technologists was $39,920 in May 2010, with the top 10 percent earning more than S57.
We're thrilled to be able to welcome three new very talented and experienced Specification Technologists to our team," said Ashbury Labelling Managing Director James Post.
Certification has taken a step back until the technical certification committee meets with Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).
Medical technologists work alongside pathologists in the blood bank's lab analyzing blood samples.
His counterpart, Chief Technologist Angela McLaughlin, R.
In the future, it may be a good idea to have staff technologists notify department supervisors or chief technologists whenever samples are requested because in this case the chief technologist didn't know that a sample had been taken.
Customers are becoming ever more interested in the provenance of the food they eat and, as a result, the skins of the technologist will be in demand.
If you are a CPA business technologist (and/or an employer who has CPA business technologists on staff in good standing as a member of the AICPA with an unrevoked CPA certificate issued by a state authority), you can qualify if you have the following additional training, experience or credentials:
We make our living by watching people sleep, says Debbie, a polysomnographic technologist in Savannah, Georgia.

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