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“Can envision a bunch of them being sent to charm school for re-training as their hand-slap, thinking that there's just so many of them ...”
“Maybe Bill Nelson is objecting to Gration because Nelson is concerned about the loss of space jobs in Florida and funding support for KSC worker re-training & the Florida Space Council to bring more jobs comes from state of Florida legislators that are mostly republican?”
“The jobsworths at the centre drone on about re-training in another profession, which I have no problem with, but without offering financial assistance (not in the age group), I cannot afford it on my own, and there is no job certainty after anyway.”
“Yes they have offered resumé and job re-training services to help them find other jobs -- but no guarantee that they all will.”
“Also, workers need to be able to save pre-tax money for re-training.”
“She also called for "a re-training of the officers that watched The Third Jihad".”
“I think the barriers are more related to re-training oneself to address the needs of a new kind of industry," she says.”
“Thought of you in the wee hours as we are currently re-training our 2 year-old to sleep through the night.”
“Mar 24th, 2010 at 1: 40 pm kcijones001: before you know it, this place is going to be closing for re-training.”
“The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, based in Saratoga Springs, currently cares for more than 1,100 horses, providing former racers with re-training so they can serve as riding or work horses, according to its website.”
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