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  • The paymaster walked through the numbers—the real numbers—for mid-career investment-banker salaries.

    Believe It: Bankers' Pay Takes a Tumble

  • The optimum are mid-career folks with some seasoning to understand the pitfalls, while maintaining the desire to do something, but who aren't wizened to the point of monovision or being completely jaded.

    Has Gen Y Taken Over NASA? - NASA Watch

  • Also in California, innovative efforts like EnCorps Teachers Program, which recruits and trains mid-career professionals to become math and science teachers in under-resourced schools, STEM innovation competitions like STEMposium and the California STEM Learning Network CSLNet, which works to catalyze innovation in STEM teaching and learning, are likewise working to expand access to excellent STEM education during the school year.

    Jennifer Peck: Changing the STEM Equation This Summer

  • It will be simultaneously accessible and intimate, and will offer a comprehensive look at the overall contemporary art market and what it has to offer for emerging, mid-career and cutting edge artists, and even modern masters.

    MutualArt: New Art Fair Highlights Miami Hotspot

  • Five exceptional artists in mid-career have each received grants of $75,000 (yes, that's each!) from the Herb Alpert Foundation and California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).

    Jay Weston: Five Promising Artists Receive Grants From Alpert Foundation

  • So, in 2007, we launched the EnCorps Teachers Program to find late and mid-career science, technology, engineering and math professionals who were ready to transition into education as a new career and connect them with opportunities in low-income schools.

    Jennifer Anastasoff: What Needs to be Done to Out-Do in Education

  • Though from a slightly younger generation of writers than Heather McDonald, she expresses similar restlessness about being a playwright who is no longer "emerging," "fledgling" or "budding," but really mid-career.

    Backstage: 'An Almost Holy Picture' playwright Heather McDonald

  • SUBBARAO: I think it's inappropriate for me to make a mid-career judgment on my career but it's for others to make a judgment.

    WSJ Transcript of RBI Interview

  • But in mid-career he began to lament Japan's rapid changes, and his masterpiece, "The Makioka Sisters," is a magisterial depiction of an aristocratic family struggling to preserve fast-fading customs.

    Rebel Ascendant

  • Adult mid-career professionals, in particular, are flocking to study in online courses and even earn entire degrees through distance learning.

    Distance Learning

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