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  • Dissatisfied with the salary and promotion potential, I left for about half a year to try employment elsewhere at higher-paying firms.

    Flashback Meme

  • Export manufacturers create more employment and higher-paying jobs than other sectors of the economy, according to a Mizuho Research Institute report.

    Japan

  • It also noted that many higher-paying top jobs may go to applicants from elite schools where there are fewer minorities.

    Report Parses Wall Street Workforce

  • He's also all the more vital if end Osi Umenyiora is indeed successful in getting a ticket to a higher-paying team and, well, Kiwanuka watches "The Daily Show."

    The Giants Must Decide Who's Worthy of a Big Payday

  • And many of the other students attending the conference expressed their enthusiasm for their projects that involve such skills as marketing, sophisticated uses of websites, and other technological innovations that make these students ready for college or a higher-paying job.

    Joel Shatzky: Educating for Democracy: Programs That Teach, Not Drill

  • Securities backed by these higher-paying but less-familiar assets had gained in popularity before the 2008 financial crisis, but then issuance plunged and is just beginning to recover.

    Miramax Bond Sells but at Pricier Terms

  • Almost all them held higher-paying jobs at some point, including ones they held while working at another that paid a minimum wage.

    Families Don't Depend on the Minimum Wage

  • More women than men now graduate high school and earn college degrees, but far fewer women earn degrees in engineering, computer sciences and other higher-paying fields, which likely contributes to the wage disparity.

    Jason Alderman: Women and Personal Finances

  • "When natural gas is used as a chemical raw material, it creates eight times the value compared to other uses, and fuels higher-paying jobs, exports of finished goods and the vitality of the manufacturing sector," Dow spokeswoman Kasey Anderson said.

    Gas Exports Ignite a Feud

  • And many of the other students attending the conference expressed their enthusiasm for their projects that involve such skills as marketing, sophisticated uses of websites, and other technological innovations that make these students ready for college or a higher-paying job.

    Joel Shatzky: Educating for Democracy: Programs That Teach, Not Drill

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