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  • And in Afghanistan, famous for being among the toughest environments for women to thrive, I met a young woman who dared to turn down a well-paying job offer filled with perks from an international aid organization in order to start a business consultancy which she believed would create jobs for herself and many others.

    Gayle Tzemach Lemmon: Why Do We Think Small When It Comes to Women?

  • The issue (of PR statehood) once loomed large to me (and I lost a well-paying job over my public opposition to it).

    52 Cars Roll Out | ATTACKERMAN

  • I'm incredibly lucky to have a job that's fun, intellectually interesting and well-paying.

    Why I'm Saying Goodbye to the Column

  • The loss of jobs in more well-paying sectors drives the arguments of many who say that legislators should aim their efforts at attracting more business to the state rather than at an increase in the minimum wage.

    Minimum-Wage Rolls Drive Albany Debate

  • Yet these are the programs that will lead to well-paying jobs in manufacturing.

    Filling the Demand for Skilled Manufacturing Workers

  • These are the very same lenders, by the way, who issued loans to anyone with a pulse who wanted one -- regardless of what the prospective student planned on studying, whether the career field they were pursuing had enough well-paying jobs to allow the student to repay their loans and without any regard for the effects such loans would have on the borrower.

    Brett Greene: The $1 Trillion Student Loan Debt Bubble: An Interview With Robert Applebaum

  • A recruiter for Union Pacific Corp., she has openings to fill, the kind that sometimes seem to have all but vanished: secure, well-paying jobs with good benefits that don't require a college degree.

    Help Wanted: In Unexpected Twist, Some Skilled Jobs Go Begging

  • Replacing them has been a challenge for a number of reasons: an erosion of vocational education at the high-school level, a reduction of in-house training through companies and unions, a now-vanished construction boom that once gave people well-paying jobs without the need for much training, among other things.

    Help Wanted: In Unexpected Twist, Some Skilled Jobs Go Begging

  • For trained pest control technicians like Ms. Figueroa, there's no shortage of well-paying jobs—even in a slow economy, industry observers say.

    Women Enlist For the Battle Against Pests

  • He has an excellent, well-paying job that is as safe as any can be in this economy and I cannot believe he wants to risk losing it (he already has a Bachelor's degree, a master's in accounting and a Juris Doctor).

    The Gentle Approach to Homemaking

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