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141: Marketplace For System Analyst
... to maintain a competitive edge and operate more cost effectively, firms will continue to demand computer professionals who are knowledgeable about the latest technologies and able to apply them to meet the needs of businesses. Employment of computing professionals is expected to increase much faster than average as technology becomes more sophisticated and organizations continue to adopt and integrate these technologies, making for plentiful job openings. Growth will be driven by ... applicants possessing a high level of technical expertise, individuals with an advanced degree in computer science, management information systems (MIS), computer engineering, or an MBA with a concentration in information systems should enjoy very favorable employment prospects.4 College graduates with a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, information science, or information systems should also enjoy very favorable prospects, particularly if they have supplemented their formal education with some ... a closely related field, while a background in the physical sciences, applied mathematics, or engineering is preferred for work in scientifically oriented organizations.7 Since employers generally look for experience, entry-level employees enhance their employment opportunities by participating in internship or co-op programs offered through their schools. A related background in the industry in which the job is located, such as financial services, banking, or accounting, can also ...
142: A Chemist
... would be to find a job. According to Jerry Murphy, if you want an easy way into the chemistry field you need to know someone already in that occupation. For the most part in Missouri, employment is increasing. Nevertheless, if you are not restricted to finding a job in Missouri, in the United States a whole employment is expected to increase 21% (Choices). After finding a job in the chemistry field that you will enjoy another quesiton arises, money. On hte average if you begin working at a entry level job witha ... occur (Choices). After researching this career thoroughly I have concluded that this occupation, even though it is not my first choice, would be a good career to pursue. According to the information I have obtained employment should increse over the next couple of years allowing for a fairly lucrative life if I obtain a good degree. I will attempt to pursue this career even though my English skills are lacking.
143: Mothers That Work
The Effects of Working Mothers on their Children One mother expresses her personal experience and opinion on the effects of her employment on the children “I am happy to see support for the mom who wants to work outside of the home. By my children seeing me go to work, I am teaching them the values of ... also report that the lack of their mother can make it harder for a mother and child to form an effective relationship. A recent study suggested “Returning to work later and having more breaks in employment was associated with more compliant and better behaved children” (Recer 2). However, this same study also noted that “the difference was very tiny and disappeared by the age of 5” (Recer 2). The effect of ... that want to thrive in the working world. A child often looks at a working mother as a very influential role model. A working mother has a great effect, especially on a female child, “maternal employment affects the female child’s concept of herself and the behavior expected of her” (Hoffman 129). Studies have also proven that “the children of a working mothers have higher academic and career aspirations and ...
144: Affirmative Action
... compliant with this modern society. HISTORY OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION The government called for affirmative action the first time in 1961 when President John Kennedy issued executive order #10925. Its mission was to end discrimination in employment by the government and its contractors. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 broadened the application by being subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. The United States Supreme Court Case ... Brown vs. Board of education of Topeka, Kansas also had a huge impact. In 1965 President Lyndon B Johnson issued Executive Order #11246 that even furthered the development by promoting the full realization of equal employment opportunity through a continuing program in each department. Two years later the order was amended to include discrimination on the basis of sex as well since up to this point it only covered discrimination based ... if the same capital were made available for minority institutions. They would be able to develop a society and be strong within that particular minority. Increasing minority and female applicants flow could be another. Place employment opportunities in their field and include minority universities in their recruitment programs. The above in conjunction with introducing a different broad-based economic policy including all groups in society, lower- or middle-class as ...
145: The Effects on Children When Both Parents are Employed
... female offspring. There seems to be more beneficial effects felt by daughters of working women than by sons; however, this neither implies nor concludes that males do not receive some positive effects due to maternal employment. It was concluded that daughters of employed mothers tend to be more independent . This tendency may result from the fact that in the mother's absence, a daughter is often left to cope with caring ... to promote her sense of responsibility. Significant too, is the fact that daughters of working mother's tend to be more decisive about their futures than sons. Further studies have demonstrated that a mother's employment status and occupation tends to be a good predictor of the outcome of the working mother's daughter, since daughters tend to follow in their mother's footsteps. Typically, working mothers held higher educational aspirations ... were better educated and employed outside the home spent more time with their children even at the expense of their own leisure and sleep time. (Hoffman 76) Hoffman also proposes that the time spent on employment simply substitutes for time previously spent on needless or less important household tasks which can be performed by others or not at all. Researchers question the validity of measuring the number of hours a ...
146: Credit Cards
... you, you can do for yourself at no cost. According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you are entitled to a free copy of your credit report if you've been denied credit, insurance or employment within the last 60 days. If your application for credit, insurance, or employment is denied because of information supplied by a credit bureau, the company you applied to must provide you with that credit bureau's name, address, and telephone number. You can dispute mistakes or outdated items ... report be sent to anyone who has received a copy of your credit history within the last six months. Job applicants can have corrected reports sent to anyone who has requested a credit report for employment purposes within the past two years. Even if you don't have a bad credit history, it is a good idea to do your own credit check- up, especially if you're planning major ...
147: Affirmative Action in Seattle
... utilized for job classifications where women, people of color, and persons with disabilities are underrepresented within the work force. This overall approach has served Seattle well. It has provided a systematic framework that has opened employment opportunities to qualified individuals who happen to be members of groups that have experienced long- standing and persistent discrimination. A review of the City's work force profiles since the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ... 5.58 percent for MBE contracts, well above the 5 percent target. As a result of these accomplishments, the City of Seattle has been recognized as a national leader and model in affirmative action, Equal Employment Opportunity, and diversity. Most recently, in March, 1995, the City's Cultural Diversity Program received the City Cultural Diversity Award from the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials. Despite these very positive accomplishments, there is still much to be done. In certain job classifications, and for certain demographic groups, City employment does not yet fully represent the diversity of the community and the local labor pool. Indeed, women, people of color, and persons with disabilities continue to be underrepresented within the City work force, and ...
148: The Importance Of Accounting
... specialize in the performance of a single type of accounting service, they may do any of the types of accounting service just described above. They also tend to become specialists in a narrow field of employment such as a particular branch of manufacturing, public utilities, or transportation. Except public accountants and private accountants, there are some other general category of accountants who are taking important parts in business organizations. They are ... and controls. To the woman who can train these and other subjects gose the opportunity to work at the management level with executives and leaders of business. Women also have opportunities for specialization and self-employment in an accounting firm. That s why I say accounting is the door which widely open to women, and more and more women are stepping into it. According to the statistics By 1910, there were ... in the occapation. From 1940-1950 the increase in female bookkeepers was 37,395. An estimate, based on the 1950 census, showed 556,229 women bookkeepers compared to only 164,748 men in the same employment. The figures show women occupy a large percentage in accounting field. Accounting is every where. Non eof the business or nonbusiness organization can stay longer without it. There is no doubt that all the ...
149: The Importance of Mining Industry
... of pollution produced. The Canadian government and the mining companies have very good plans and controls toward this problem, while ensuring the smooth running of the industries, and also helping to create strong economy and employment. The world of today could not exist without mineral products. Canada produces about 60 minerals and ranks first among producing countries1. As well, Canada is the largest exporter of minerals, with more than 20 per cent of production shipped to world markets2. In a typical year, the mining industry is responsible for almost 20 per cent of Canada's total export earnings3 (See Appendix A). As for the employment rate, over 70 per cent of the mines are owned by Canadians and approximately 108,000 Canadians are directly employed in the mining industry4. Mining is very important in Canadian life. Not only do the ... companies and the government are investing money, trying very hard to continue taking care of our environment, and their efforts are certainly helping to keep the environment clean and heathy. Our economy, values of exports, employment rate, and to our everyday needs in society - we are always direct or indirectly dependent on the mining industry. But as we discover, the mining industry does contribute pollution to the environment. Nevertheless government ...
150: Compaq
... considerable amount of traffic volume we could benefit from. Besides the socioeconomic aspects of Ottawa, Compaq is able to benefit from this cluster of high-technology industry. Ottawa has shown a growth in advanced technology employment. In fact, from 1976 to 1997, there was an increase of 489 percent. This increase in advanced technology employment results from increase in advanced technology companies. From 1990 to 1997, there was an increase of 515 advanced technology companies. Among the advanced technology employment, 33.3 percent belong to the manufacturing electronic equipment and computer services. Not surprisingly, the increase in advance technology has contributed to the decline of unemployment level. Furthermore, Ottawa's income per capita is ...

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