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- Residence Director - Bard College at Simon's Rock
- Director of Residence Life - Bard College at Simon's Rock
- Medical Records Coder I & II - Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
- Program Coordinator - Code for America
- Marketing Coordinator - Code for America
- Institutional Partnerships Director - Code for America
- Mojave Desert Program Director - The Nature Conservancy
- HR Systems Business Analyst - The Nature Conservancy
- Department Information Systems Manager II - Monterey County Health Department
- Condominium Collections Paralegal - Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP
- Air Traffic Control Specialist - Trainee - Federal Aviation Administration
- Developer for BurnessDigital - Burness Communications
- Spay / Neuter Surgeon – ASPCA – Los Angeles - ASPCA
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- Purchasing Specialist - Connors State College
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- Construction - Safety Marking
- Administrator - Westminster Canterbury Shenandoah Valley
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- Policy Manager - The Drug Policy Alliance
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- Bar Tender/ Assistant Manager - The Goat Kitchen And Bar
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Mature Worker News Flash
- Report: people moving from vanishing Gulf Coast
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A new report says commuting statistics indicate that coastal parishes are losing residents because of coastal erosion. And it says those left behind tend to be those who cannot afford to move. The Data Center, based in New Orleans, said Sunday that in Plaquemines Parish, 72 percent of all workers commute into the parish, up from 69 percent in 2004, The New Orleans Advocate ...
- Historians log potential Civil War history in Fairfax
Several historians in Fairfax are excited about the recent discovery of logs, unearthed six feet underground at a local construction site, that could be the remnants of a Civil War-era road.
- Hamzah Khan: social services missed warning signs, report finds
Serious case review follows conviction of Hamzah's mother, Amanda Hutton, who was found guilty of his manslaughter An older brother of an "invisible" boy starved to death by their mother in Bradford complained to police and social services about physical and emotional abuse in the family home three years before the little boy died, an independent report has found. A serious case review (SCR ...
- Started in Wisconsin, Dictionary of American Regional English reboots for new generation
APPLETON, Wis. — Linguists aren't often called upon to solve crimes, but when a child was abducted in Illinois more than a decade ago, a handwritten ransom note was all police had to go on.
- Anti-Discrimination Laws Didn’t Help Older Men Get Back to Work
Tough age-discrimination laws didn’t do much to help older unemployed men find work during and after the recession, according to a recent analysis from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. It actually may have hurt them.
- Ancient carvings - Philippines' oldest known artworks - in danger
BINANGONAN, Philippines - On a small rock wall a short drive from Manila, enigmatic carvings that are believed to date back 5,000 years are in danger of disappearing before their mysteries can be solved. The 127 engravings of people, animals and geometric shapes are the Philippines' oldest known artworks, but encroaching urbanization, vandals and the ravages of nature are growing threats ...
- LGBTQ Center celebrates 10th birthday with cake, reflection
In the decade since the LGBTQ Center opened in 2004, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities have experienced several dramatic changes.
- Labour's jobs promise: the wrong sort of command economy | Simon Jenkins
The policy is too general – jobs need to be created away from the overheated south in the still-depressed Midlands and north The old songs are the best, but it's how you sing them. Labour's proposal to "give jobs" to all unemployed young people recalls the command economies of the 1940s and 1960s. So too is the old Labour idea of paying for it by hitting the rich until the pips squeak. This time ...
- For LGBT seniors, affordable housing is scarce and often unwelcoming
With just one affordable housing complex catering to L.A.'s LGBT senior citizens, many struggle to find accepting low-income homes. The walls of Alice Herman's home are covered in photographs.
- Angono petroglyphs in danger of disappearing
The 127 engravings of people, animals and geometric shapes are the country's oldest known artworks, but encroaching urbanization, vandals and the ravages of nature are growing threats.