This is Sohay(?) Canosta(?). I talked about my some obligations. Our soft(?) to dance club(?) dating Harry Vella(?) to take our team it step(?) off soft(?) employment from all those across through this head(?) cabinets. We took piece of clay and that the right to take about the National. So things for meant. It was held in Tocy(?). So we rent there. It was very very hot. But if.
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Tags: play video games, journey, basketball
Hi Exploring Careers students this is Ms McGhee. We're going to begin our journey together by finding out what it is you like to do and discover how your interest in those things you like to do on the weekends such play video games or play basketball. Or even surf the internet can help you find employment later on. To begin with I would love you guys to come to class and just let me know what is it that you think you wanna do in the future and how you came to that conclusion. See you soon and I can't wait to hear what your future aspirations are.
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Many youth struggle to find jobs and other play games, Hou Akot find out if there is plan for the state of NBG to create jobs for the youth.
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Tags: finishing school, doctoral program, 15 minutes
Well good morning good morning. It's 5:30 and I am just 15 minutes late getting out of the ___ this morning. I do not know what slow me down so much. Oh wait I didn't think ___ right pass by actually didn't turned out that bad. Looking forward of course to finishing school myself. Interesting feeling when you seen your ___ as well as the seniors they were good(?). But also fun to be getting a work done. I've been thinking about going to a doctoral program. I'm trying to figure out what that mean as I look at the different programs that's 4 year program. So would need to come back to my current pass(?) employment for at least 4 years because I would need
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Pastor: John 18:18: “Now the servants and officers had made a charcoal fire, because it was cold, and they were standing and warming themselves. Peter also was with them, standing and warming himself.” Tonight each of us can say, All three: It’s Jesus, Peter, and me; and it’s all about the company you keep. [THEME HYMN] Pastor: Our goal is to be friends of God. All three: We find true life as a friend of God through our Savior Jesus Christ. I. Pastor: Bad company leads to sin. See it in Peter’s association with the enemies of Christ. Assisting Minister 2: Peter followed Jesus from afar to the high priest’s palace. Now within the confines of the palace, Peter finds himself in a situation highly charged with danger. Assisting Minister 1: Now the servants and officers had made a charcoal fire, because it was cold, and they were stand¬ing and warming themselves. Peter also was with them, standing and warming himself. Pastor: Meanwhile, Jesus is being subjected to accusation, false witness, abuse, and trial. Outside, no doubt, are assembled some of those who had taken part in His cap¬ture in the garden. Assisting Minister 2: Listen in and imagine what you might be hearing. They are discussing the events of Jesus’ cap¬ture. Pastor: Listen to their ridicule and mockery of Jesus. Hear them boast of how easily they had captured Him. The blasphemy may already have begun here: Assisting Minister 1: He saved others; He cannot save Himself. Assisting Minister 2: And there is Peter in the midst of the enemies of Jesus, Peter who had fled, Peter who had followed from afar. Pastor: His presence among the ene¬mies of Jesus eventually led to his denial of Jesus. II. Pastor: Peter’s situation is not unique. We, too, find ourselves in bad company, among evil associates. They are around us without us seeking them. We have these contacts where we live, work, go to school, and seek our pleasure and recreation. It’s true simply because we are part of human society. Assisting Minister 2: The problem is that we naturally desire the approval of people around us, whether their influence is good or bad. Pastor: We live among people who are a bad influence, and they pressure us to conform to their style of life. They tempt us to be like them—to be dishonest in our work, cheat on our spouse, or imitate them in a worldly, materialistic out¬look on life. Young people find themselves attracted by a crowd that tries to draw them into the abuse of alcohol, drugs, or sex. Assisting Minister 1: The approval of such people may give us a warm, fuzzy feeling, but it’s fraught with danger. Pastor: Sometimes we go asking for trouble. The books and magazines we read, the movies we see, the radio and television programs we hear and watch, the Internet we explore—these things become daily companions we choose, and often they are very bad company. Assisting Minister 2: Our lives are profoundly influenced by these companions of our lei¬sure hours. Pastor: We are warming ourselves at the fire of the enemy. The fire will consume us. It is the fire of hell. Assisting Minister 2: Friendship with the world is death. III. Pastor: But friendship with God is life. Jesus is the friend of sin¬ners. He said, Assisting Minister 1: I have called you friends. Pastor: When Judas placed the betraying kiss on His cheek, He said, Assisting Minister 1: Friend, do what you came to do. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. Pastor: Jesus said that. Jesus did that, for you and for me. Assisting Minister 1: [He] made Himself nothing, taking the form of a servant. . . . And being found in human form, He humbled Himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. Assisting Minister 2: He was obedient where you and I are disobedient. He died for our sins, so we need not die in our sins. We are forgiven. We are at peace with God. Pastor: He has drawn us back into the circle of God’s friendship—even more, into the circle of God’s family. We have a bond with God that means we’re free from the sin and death-riddled friendship of the world. What a friend we have in Jesus! Assisting Minister 2: Now you can live in the world and yet not be of the world. How do you do that? By not deliberately seek¬ing employment, company, or fellowship with people who are manifestly godless or who are open enemies of Christ. Assisting Minister 1: When you must of necessity deal with them in your employment or any other area of life, that’s a time to be a witness for God and for good; Pastor: here’s also a time to flee from the presence of evil associates. St. Paul brings us this counsel from God: Assisting Minister 1: Go out from their midst, and be separate from them. Assisting Minister 2: The Scriptures are full of examples and exhortations to flee from the presence of evil. We have the example of Joseph in Egypt, who fled from the presence of the temptress, Potiphar’s wife. Pastor: St. Paul advises young
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Tags: federal administrator, employment tax, federal employment
___ I don't like it. Yeah federal employment tax, a federal tax use for state and federal administrator expenses under unemployment program.
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Say that again. The Bean CAP project and. Tell me about the Bean CAP Project. The Bean CAP Project is looking at Bean kenetics looking for more viable time to Beans and there's opportunities for high school employment. I'm not sure where the location are throughout the United States but you can Google it B E A N capital C capital A capital P and you should get more information. Ok thank you very much.
Hi I'm Risa and I'll be talking to you about emergency funds today. Most experts agree that you should keep between 3 and 6 months ___ living expenses to set aside in your emergency funds. Depending on your specific situation and whether or not you have children carry substantial debt and type of insurance coverage will determine what amount is best for you. The reason you want to have 3 to 6 months expenses saved up is that the most common reason for the needs of an emergency funding due to sudden lost of income. If you or your loses a job you still have bills to pay and make and it may take time take a few months to find suitable new employment and it's best to plan for the worst case scenario. So that the smaller emergencies such as replacing the hot water heater that just went out will be easily covered. If you currently don't have an emergency
by Mining IQ
Mining IQ spoke to Richard Millington, Director of Critical Skills Initiatives at the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Questions we asked include: 1. What is the true value of strategic workforce planning? Do you have any best practices for enterprises? 2. What strategies does the government have in place to combat critical skills shortages? What should mining companies expect? 3. What is the government doing on increasing participation of indigenous Australians in the resources sector? 4. How will you ensure open communication channels so companies can discuss and provide feedback to your programs and policies? 5. What do you believe will be the effect of your new programs on the mining industry?