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applies psychology to organizations and the workplace. Industrial-organizational psychologists contribute to an organization's success by improving the performance and well-being of its people. An I-O psychologist researches and identifies how behaviors and attitudes can be improved through hiring practices, training programs, and feedback systems.
Chemical Engineering World: Green Jobs That Pay Well
Are you looking for a good job that pays well? How about about a green job? There are a lot of green jobs available with high paying salaries. Here is is list of 10 green jobs that I recommend: 1. Environmental Consultant You ensure that your clients are compliant with certain environmental regulations so that they do not face legal action, misguided transactions or fines. There are many areas of work but the two main areas are Industrial and Environmental. Environmental Consultants usually have a B.A. in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Management or Environmental Science. 2. Ecological surveyor This person performs ... market research, surveys and trends
PreserveNet-Director Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum
The Maryland Historical Trust (MHT), an agency of the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP), is seeking a Director for Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum (JPPM), located on 560 scenic acres along the Patuxent River in Calvert County, Maryland. JPPM, the State Museum of Archaeology and a center for both regional and statewide archaeological research, features a Visitors Center, a reconstructed Indian Village, the Point Farm House and Garden, a series of self-guided trails, and various school and public education programs. JPPM is also home to the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory, an archaeological research, ... market research, surveys and trends


U Research Tops One-third Billion Dollars - University of Utah ...
Aug. 4, 2009 - The University of Utah collected a record $354.7 million in research funding during the 2009 fiscal year, an impressive 16 percent annual increase despite economic recession and only a little help from federal stimulus funds. "Given these difficult economic times, this is a remarkable increase in funding for the university's scientific, engineering and medical research," says University of Utah President Michael K. Young. "Most of this money comes from outside Utah, so it directly fuels our state's economy," he adds. "This research money provides laboratory jobs, fosters a top-notch education for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
2007 Kaiser/HRET Employer Health Benefits Survey - Kaiser Family ...
– Premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance rose an average of 6.1 percent in 2007, less than the 7.7 percent increase reported last year but still higher than the increase in workers’ wages (3.7 percent) or the overall inflation rate (2.6 percent), according to the 2007 Employer Health Benefits Survey released today by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research and Educational Trust.  Key findings from the survey were also published today in the journal Health Affairs. The 6.1 percent average increase this year was the slowest rate of premium growth since 1999, when premiums rose 5.3 percent.  ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Top Secret America: A Hidden World, Growing Out of Control
Glad you could join us. We've had lots of reaction to the piece this morning. Hope everyone gets a chance to play around with the database. But for now--let's go. Bill and I will be answering separately and posting as we do. Cheers, Dana _______________________ Too Big?: Yes, this part of the Federal Government is big and getting bigger. One of the problems is that since the purpose of these entities isn't to make money there are no spreadsheets to help assess success as there are in private industry. Instead, there are fuzzy perceptions of public safety, and it takes just one failure to undercut those ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Obama Calls for Jobless Benefits Extension: 'There Are Times Where You Put ...
President Obama called on the Senate today to “stop holding workers laid off in this recession hostage to Washington politics,” and to pass the unemployment benefits extension tomorrow. “It's time to stop holding workers laid off in this recession hostage to Washington politics,” Obama said from the Rose Garden, “It's time to do what's right, not for the next election, but for the middle class. We've got to stop blocking emergency relief for Americans who are out of work.  We've got to extend unemployment insurance.” Mr. Obama did his best to put a face to the problem, trotting out three unemployed ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Careers in Historical Archaeology
JOBS IN. Historical Archaeology. Historical archaeology is rapidly expanding as a disci- ... methods of historical research and archaeological field- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians
Most worked in museums, historical sites, and similar venues; in educational institutions; or in Federal, State, or local government. A graduate degree and related work experience are required for most positions; museum technicians may enter with a bachelor's degree. Keen competition is expected for most jobs because qualified applicants generally outnumber job openings. Archivists , curators , and museum technicians work for museums, governments, zoos, colleges and universities, corporations, and other institutions that require experts to preserve important records and artifacts. These workers preserve important objects ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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is the study of past events and questions using methods in sociology and other social scientific research to inform the possible outcomes and answers to current events and questions. [1] Beginning in the late 1950's, the discipline of history became more linked with sociology. Eventually historical sociology was accepted as a more concrete perspective during the 1970's. [2] Historical investigations are based on the remnants of the past called historical material, which include official documents, diaries and much more as is discussed below. Comparative sociology on the other hand, specifically looks at sociology ...
The 'Hapsburgs', 'Bourbons', 'Hohenzollerns': their legacies ...
Each of these great royal/imperial dynasties held sway over continental Europe for centuries. Two have left very impressive physical edifices as part of their legacies; all having made an enormous impact on not only their own national cultures, but internationally as well. Which of the three do you find most fascinating, and/or whose legacies are the most important?  Discuss this question (4 comments) why can't I answer? Show all details , Hide all details  by newuser57094472 on Aug 28 2009 (10 months ago) A: Seminary I never thought I'd finish college. I started in the ...