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  • Mr. Harriott says companies in information technology, health care, logistics, transportation, manufacturing and engineering are seeking workers.

    Resources to Help Veterans Land a Civilian Job

  • Employers typically are attracted to veterans' attention to detail, ability to work in teams, self discipline, decision making, problem solving and managing stressful situations, says Jesse Harriott, chief knowledge officer of Monster Worldwide, which owns the jobs website Monster.com .

    Resources to Help Veterans Land a Civilian Job

  • Mr. Stephan and Ms. Harriott couldn't be reached for comment.

    Banks Restart Foreclosures

  • Instead, GMAC replaced Mr. Stephan's document in the courthouse file for the foreclosure proceeding with an affidavit signed by employee Davida Harriott.

    Banks Restart Foreclosures

  • -- Coach Doug Marrone completed his staff with the additions of assistant coaches Nathaniel Hackett and Roger Harriott.

    Syracuse - Team Notes

  • Harriott comes to Syracuse after serving as athletic director and head football coach at University School in Fort Lauderdale.

    Syracuse - Team Notes

  • Hackett will mentor the quarterbacks and the passing game, while Harriott will coach the running backs.

    Syracuse - Team Notes

  • “There were four independent discoveries of sunspots, all in 1611; namely, by Galileo in Italy, Scheiner in Germany, Fabricius in Holland and Harriott in England,” Ogburn and Thomas note, and they continue:

    In the Air « Isegoria

  • Claude Harriott typifies the new breed of lean, long and lightning-fast defensive ends ...

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  • On the opinion page, Peter Harriott of Dryden writes about emissions and how to control them.

    Living in Dryden: Dryden Veterans Memorial Home robbed

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