Very familiar with [the Bureau of Labor Statistics], and consult it for national data on median wage, number of jobs, and job outlook. Not too familiar with O'NET, but I see it has various classifications by which to research occupations.
There's a dearth of Black mid-level and senior leadership in tech, least of all its major companies. Ohanian has thrown his confidence behind the suggestion of a Black candidate (and I'm with that). Perhaps he could've stayed on the board long enough to put his vote behind it, too.
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I think African debtor nations will face a Depression if creditor nations (i.e. Britain, Qatar, and Israel) struggle, too. On the other hand, their relationship with Beijing and Chinese firms will become one of dependence rather than partnership.
Three dozen nations in Africa?
The world over, the IMF and World Bank have its work cut out for them. And it's hard to watch.
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I had not considered the elderly caring for each other in the Japan question. It seems more prevalent than caregivers from the middle-age "Sandwich Generation," since elderly women there are more likely to live in poverty than those in peer nations.
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