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  • A degree from a top college would then translate into a high-paying job and a secure financial future.

    Carleton Kendrick: A Harvard Interviewer's Haunting Memories

  • New Jersey had long been a national leader in attracting high-paying pharmaceutical jobs, but it has been shedding those positions in recent years as local companies have downsized.

    Botox Maker Lured

  • On the other side of the coin are companies finding it hard to locate qualified people for high-paying jobs.

    Seeking to Match Skills and Jobs

  • Paraphrasing here, Berger said Seattle has a long tradition of enabling people to live the good life and pursue their dreams without having to work high-paying jobs at big corporations.

    Redefining Self-Sufficiency « PubliCola

  • Qualified software engineers, managers, marketers and salespeople in Silicon Valley can rack up dozens of high-paying, high-upside job offers any time they want, while national unemployment and underemployment is sky high.

    Why Software Is Eating The World

  • It's a habit to defend the shared values of politicians in both parties who get fat on corporate cash, knowing their well-funded political careers will be followed by high-paying sinecures on Boards of Directors or in pro-business think tanks.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Washington Against Heroes: The Post Attacks Eric Schneiderman

  • The likes of London, Singapore and Hong Kong would love to steal derivatives trading and the high-paying jobs it brings.

    Bernie Sanders Confidential

  • These same women went on to get high-paying jobs at companies such as Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, etc …

    All else being equal.

  • These losses are the inevitable result of the costs of an ever-expanding, European-style public sector; environmental restrictions on manufacturing, mining, and forestry, which push high-paying jobs offshore; and illegal immigration, which reduces overall wage levels.

    Who Lost the Middle Class?

  • It was fitting that in the 1920s he took a high-paying job as a celebrity portraitist for Vanity Fair and Vogue.

    From the Shadows of Giants

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