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    about three US jobs are created and supported in the retail, dining, telecommunication, health insurance, transportation and higher education sector. In the House Speaker’s district in Ohio, 1,528 international students contributed about $56 million to the district’s local economy and made support to 837 jobs. And in Alabama the home state of Senator Jeff Sessions, about $183 million was contributed to the local economy by 7,451 international students who also supported about 2,064 jobs (McDaniel, P. 2014, November 19). John Conant, the Economic department ISU chair has seen the financial impact that international students have in the school where he teaches. In Indiana State University, 8% of the student’s populations are international students and there are about 1000 of them. Those international students pay full tuition and add about $17 million to the schools budget for operations. Most of the students come with their families and live off campus thereby renting apartments and buying houses. They also shop at the Kroger and Walmart stores. This adds $23 million and about 300 jobs to the Terre Haute community where the university is located. A lot of jobs in the community are viable because of the spending of the international students.…

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    Describe one of your passions and explain how you plan to apply it to the Student Staff position. The Colorado School of Mines is one of the most diverse collection of Intellectuals, Athletes, and Nerds that I have ever been blessed to be a part of. My graduating class alone touches every subsection that can be bubbled in on a standard SAT answer sheet. In chemistry, we have a cowboy from Texas sitting next to a Californite who then sits next to a lobster fishermen from Maine (okay, maybe not…

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    useful since it allowed finding the most common responses from the participants. Factor analysis creates clusters based on both categorical and continuous variables (Green & Salkind, 2014). To answer the third hypotheses a multilevel modeling was used to avoid any independence of residuals assumptions. This statistical procedure was use since the data can be organized in more than one level. This analysis provided an additional tool to evaluate the data. In addition, the multilevel modeling…

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    Individualized Transition Plan: Tracey Though training for students with special educational needs has come a long way in the last thirty or forty years, there is still much that can be done. Assisting a student with the transition from formal education to autonomic adult requires years of dedication and training, as well as strong partners who are willing to accept these exceptional people as they are and provide learning, living, and employment opportunities to insure the best quality of life…

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    When he got the job offer from my company, he was 27 years old in Korean age, and it was relatively early compared to other university students. I thought he was a very quiet and shy man, but, consequently it was a wrong idea. He really loved to travel, shopping, meet women, and drink alcohol. Sometimes, he overslept, and was late for work because he had drunken a lot of alcohol the night before. In my case, because I lived with my parents, my mom always woke up me to avoid being late for…

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    Introduction I will be addressing the issue of job dissatisfaction mainly on the federal government level. Many job seekers are drawn to the federal work force due to most a lot of attractive offer that might be presented to be by the recruiter, but will later learn that the grass isn’t greener on the other side. Problem It’s a well-known fact, how competitive, long process it is to land a job with the federal government; especially jobs that requires high level of security clearance. This…

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    Should Students Get Jobs During College? Due to the economic crisis in recent years, college students have to face college costs that continue to rise, so more students may find it necessary to work while enrolled in school. The need to work has risen sharply in recent years, especially in colleges and universities of America. Almost all students have part-time jobs. Before discussing the benefit of part-time jobs for college students, there are several true things students should know before…

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    general responsibilities on the job, and arguably the most important – landing a job that they enjoy. Dealing with customers was always something I personally felt would be the most difficult part of the IT process. Brady telling the class that “for the most part clients are pretty chill, if you are nice to them they’ll probably be nice to you” was probably the…

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    have been given the chance. I feel that I was overlooked due to a lack of a degree. I see a bigger picture and what I believe this practice could be, but my opinions and advice are taken with a grain of salt. One of the physicians that recently left our practice would like to start his own business and has made it clear to me that he would like me to be a part of it. I am excited about this new opportunity and want to give it my all. We have an exceptional working relationship, and he has told…

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    I Love My Job

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    Most people dread going to their jobs. They hate putting on their plain uniform, and dealing with crabby and ungrateful people, not to mention the drive to work for these people is almost as terrible as work itself. I am nothing like this. Every day before I work, I put on my athletic shorts, t-shirt, socks, and I am excited to start my job. I enjoy my drive to work, and when I get there I am greeted by a few co-workers. I then put my bags in the office, and make my way to the gym. The other…

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