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Fremont Tribune

The 15 most dangerous jobs in the US
Fremont Tribune
The BLS only included jobs with at least 15 reported work fatalities in 2015 and 40 million or more work hours (20,000 full-time equivalent employees), so some dangerous occupations may be excluded if they're too small. It's also worth noting that some ...

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Washington Post

Steve Jobs opera proves tedious — and a triumph
Washington Post
Mason Bates, composer, and Mark Campbell, librettist, had a triumph on Saturday night with the world premiere of “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” at the Santa Fe Opera. The audience let out a whoop as soon as the music ended, and the curtain calls were ...
Review: Steve Jobs of Apple, Tech Visionary, Has Glitches as an OperaNew York Times
Sing Different: Steve Jobs' Life Becomes An OperaNPR
'Nobody has one button': Steve Jobs opera sings Apple founder's praises – and flawsThe Guardian
The Ringer (blog) -The Verge -Fortune -Santa Fe Opera
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Wahpeton Daily News

MN adds 4400 jobs in June
Wahpeton Daily News
The state added 4,400 jobs in June on a seasonally adjusted basis and has gained 77,478 jobs over the past 12 months, the largest over-the-year gain since May 1998, a release states. Minnesota's job growth is up 2.6 percent over the past year, compared ...

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Buffalo News

State releases emails showing Pigeon, others alerted to publicly-posted jobs
Buffalo News
The jobs weren't for Pigeon, who, at the time, was a local player on Cuomo's behalf – before state and federal felony corruption charges were brought against him in the past two years. At the time, Hoyt was turning over state job leads to him. In one ...



Wyoming Lost 25000 Jobs Amid Energy Industry Downturn
U.S. News & World Report
Wyoming Lost 25,000 Jobs Amid Energy Industry Downturn. Wyoming lost 25,000 workers between 2014 and 2016 amid an energy industry downturn but has showed some signs of recovery in recent months. July 23, 2017, at 4:19 p.m.. MORE.

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WIRED

Computer Classes Are Diversifying! Now, About Those Jobs
WIRED
High-school girls are taking more Advanced Placement computer engineering exams than ever before, according to a new report from Code.org and the College Board. In 2017, largely thanks to a new test aimed at expanding the reach of engineering classes ...



The Columbus Dispatch

Softening vehicle sales, rising automation halt growth in Ohio's auto jobs
The Columbus Dispatch
A surge in auto-manufacturing jobs since the start of the decade provided a desperately needed lift for Ohio as it climbed out of the worst recession since the Great Depression. But that growth has stalled, based on recent figures, and analysts expect ...



Springfield News-Leader

Cuts in Trump's budget could mean the end of jobs program for local seniors
Springfield News-Leader
Funding cuts in President Donald Trump's budget could take jobs away from some older local workers, including John Scott. Scott, 62, works in the Springfield office of the AARP Foundation, a nonpartisan charitable branch of the AARP. As a development ...



Filling 14000 Electric Boat Jobs Is Work
Hartford Courant
Through a collaboration with the Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board, training programs are matched with Electric Boat's needs to help get job seekers working in our shipyard quickly — a win for all involved. EB is developing a strong ...



State adds 11500 jobs in June
MyDaytonDailyNews
“The job figures were reasonably good because an increase in manufacturing and government employment,” said George Zeller of Cleveland, an economic research analyst. “In manufacturing, 2,600 of the jobs were in durable goods manufacturing, which ...

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