SiteProNews
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The study seems to show that a large percentage of American teenagers job wants dont seem to fit with current workplace realities. Office, sales and administrative positions currently make up 25 percent of the American workforce. The survey found that only one percent of surveyed teens aspire to have those jobs. At some point most adults have to give up their dream jobs for jobs that are available and realistic. While this data may not be totally surprising to most, it could signal a bigger problem for the future of the American workforce. These in-demand jobs are still going to need to be filled regardless of whether or not teens aspire to do them. While no teens responded that they aspire for jobs in installation, maintenance and repair occupations, the American infrastructure would collapse without workers to fill these occupations Matt Zajechowski is a senior content strategist and outreach manager at Digital Third Coast.
BBC Two England
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in the fist session, yesterday morning, when he had a black similar to this, just to pot it and be on the yellow to clear up to win. Strangely enough I was just thinking about the black that he missed with the rest. Very surprising miss, it was, and very costly as it turned out
BBC One London
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people wanted to talk about Brexit and that's not surprising, or understandable. But I didn't have a choice. It was a promise I made, I had to step down and I knew it would be difficult. If it had been a calculated decision I wouldn't have done it but I don't feel that politicians should Break their promises. The other parties are saying this evening they.
SPACE.com
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Mars enjoyed about 400 million years of relative peace between two giant-impact epochs long ago, a new study suggests.
Design Milk - Interior Design
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Inge Moore, founder of MUZA Lab What: The Kanuhura Maldives Where: Lhaviyani Atoll, Maldives How much? Rooms start at approximately $450/night Highlights: Unspoiled beach scenes, modern amenities, zen-inducing interiors, a surprising number of restaurants on an island, the fact that you're in the Maldives – need we say more? Design draw: While such a tropical retreat doesn't need much to be enjoyed, MUZA Lab made sure that you enjoyed the indoors as much as the outdoors, which Maldivian-inspired interiors that mimic the landscape outside the rooms. Book it: Visit the Kanuhura Maldives
Manchester Evening News - Sport
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Men's Fitness
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In their initial meeting about Bad Neighbours , Efron recalls speaking first. “I said, ‘I know what you think of me. I know because I dont like me, so I can’t imagine what you think.’ ” According to Rogen, it’s this self-awareness that makes Efron so endearing – it provides a level of psychological complexity that gives his characters depth. “What’s surprising about him is how sympathetic and vulnerable he seems,” Rogen says, “probably because people view him a certain way and he’s been shit on. He’s someone you sympathise with, and that’s really hard to do when you look the way he does.” “I know that’s how people think, and it’s in the back of my mind all the time,” Efron says. “I ultimately want [those people] to want to see me in another interesting role. And that can only come with time, respect and making decisions that are hard.” If you look closely enough, there are plenty of signs of this process at work, often in unlikely places.
MintPress News
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BBC News 24
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surprising, though the deployment was long planned and I think one of the things that was added to the urgency was not just the sense that the crisis on the Korean peninsular was escalating but also the political uncertainty in Seoul, we have.
Sky News
16 hours
Tinder users have discovered a surprising profile on the dating service, that of a rhino called Sudan. He's the world's last male white northern rhino and urgently needs a mate. So conservationists have set him up in the hope it'll help raise the $9 million they need to give the 43-year-old animal.
BBC News 24
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Countries in Europe and the US are not using cash as much, they go towards electronic payments. Is that surprising or is it something we can.
Information Age
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WhoWhatWhy
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Techradar
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Bleacher Report
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After hitting his major league-leading 11th home run Tuesday, Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames submitted his second random drug test since the start of the regular season. Thames is in the midst of his first MLB season since 2012 after spending three years in South Korea, and he made it clear he has nothing to hide, according to MLB.com's Adam McCalvy : I went the long way around to come back here. This whole thing is surprising me, as well. I really have no goals for this year. I wasn't trying to break any records or set anything. I just wanted to apply what I learned in Korea to see how it would fare here. I'm shocked at all the results. I'm just here to play ball, and do my best to stay healthy, and stretch as much as I can. So, yeah, if people keep thinking I'm on stuff, I'll be here every day. I have lots of blood and urine. With one more home run this season, Thames will match his previous MLB career high set in 2011.
The Week
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MintPress News
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But a lot of business leaders are more optimistic than that. I think the mood, though, has changed. It’s changed towards, as I thought it would and hoped it would, towards making the most of Brexit, getting on with it, getting on with the job, getting the job of leaving the EU done and then making sure that Britain is best placed in the world that follows. MPN: A recent survey of reserve managers at 80 central banks around the world found that there is a recent tendency for central banks to cut their euro exposure, while viewing British currency as a safer prospect for their banksportfolios. Is this a trend that you have observed in the markets and is this likely to continue? RB: I dont find it surprising that central bank reserve managers should find the prospect of having substantial amounts of their reserves in euros alarming. I dont find that surprising at all, because there is a mega-crisis in the European Union.
Daily Express - Health
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Futurity
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The researchers say that monitoring this activity can show them whether a drug targeted toward a particular cancer is working by showing whether the cell under attack is regulated or not. Next, they plan to investigate a surprising discovery they made in the current study: the function of miRNAs in the nucleus. Previously, scientists thought miRNA only regulated RNA in the cytoplasm of the cell, but more evidence shows miRNA is present in the cell's nucleus where the DNA is housed. The researchers want to study whether miRNAs are regulating the cell's nucleus, which would have an effect on the number of genes expressed through epigenetics. Or the miRNAs may just be sequestered away in the nucleus and not doing their jobs in the cytoplasm, which ultimately changes how much mRNA regulation they do, Walter says. Source: University of Michigan The post How glowing microRNA could illuminate cancer appeared first on Futurity .
TechCrunch
19 hours
Twitter delivered a surprising and much-needed positive quarterly earnings report this morning and its finally seeing some positive moves in its stock price. Thats going to be important going forward, as the company needs to convince Wall Street it can stay independent and also attract talent. Twitter, as weve seen time and again, reports a huge stock-based Read More
TechCrunch
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Twitter delivered a surprising and much-needed positive quarterly earnings report this morning and its finally seeing some positive moves in its stock price. Thats going to be important going forward, as the company needs to convince Wall Street it can stay independent and also attract talent. Shares are up 9% in pre-market trading after seeing a decline over the past three months. Read More
TechCrunch
20 hours
In an very un-Twitter move, the company completely beat out the increasing decline of its business that tech observers were expecting. This is a hugely positive sign for the company, which has seen continued bad news on the whole company operating front. Not only was it able to generate more money than expected, its user numbers also made a surprising spike. Twitters faced a ton of... Read More
Phys.Org
20 hours
New genes are more likely to appear on the stage of evolution in full-fledged form rather than gradually take shape through successive stages of "proto genes" that become more and more refined over generations. This is the surprising upshot from research led by Benjamin Wilson and Joanna Masel at the University of Arizona, published as an Advance Online Publication by the scientific journal Nature Ecology & Evolution on April 24.
TechCrunch
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In an very un-Twitter move, the company completely beat out the increasing decline of its business that tech observers were expecting. This is a hugely positive sign for the company, which has seen continued bad news on the whole company operating front. Not only was it able to generate more money than expected, its user numbers also made a surprising spike. Twitters faced a ton of... Read More