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84 MPa of KT-825 is 10[degrees]C higher than standard unfilled PEEK.
Speaking to Today's Zaman, Turkish Association of the Handicapped (TSD) Chairman E[currency]E-krE- Poyraz said that the requirements of the Labor Law and the Regulation on the Employment of Disabled People have not been enforced, as the quotas mentioned in the law are still unfilled and many disabled people are jobless.
This leaves positions for 82 staff unfilled adding to the burden on staff.
As reported, the Teesside figures have been revealed this week after the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) said 20,000 unfilled full time nursing vacancies nationally, equivalent to 34,000 individual nurses, could lead to a "workforce crisis in the NHS".
But this has led to universities taking a "cautious" approach to student recruitment, which can lead to unfilled places, according to Business secretary Vince Cable and universities minister David Willetts.
67 million) unfilled, and revenues in September surging 29.
Across Britain, there were 1,461,644 unemployed claimants chasing a total of 253,698 unfilled job vacancies, the union said.
A list of regions drawn up by the union showed that Merthyr Tydfil had the highest ratio of claimants to unfilled vacancies at 32, followed by East Ayrshire (31), Inverclyde (30), West Dunbartonshire (30), and Hackney (24) and Haringey (23), both in London.
Agencies often request funding for those positions when they make budget requests to the Legislature, and they sometimes keep the budgeted funds even when the positions continue to be unfilled.
3 per cent of shifts made available at short notice on average went unfilled last year.
Performance highlights Specific performance highlights are: up to five times greater flex strength and up to five times higher stiffness than unfilled Peek at 200C; dimensional stability expressed as a coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) is up to 30 per cent lower than unfilled Peek.
Taking performance specifics, SABIC says Extem UP has up to five times greater flex strength and up to five times higher stiffness than unfilled PEEK at 200[degrees]C; and dimensional stability expressed as a coefficient of thermal expansion is up to 30 per cent lower than unfilled PEEK.