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Pennsylvania, Michigan, Vermont, Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, Maine, New Hampshire, Oregon and Ohio have the lowest share of workers in government jobs - less than half that of the leading five states.
He may have kept 800 Carrier jobs in Indiana, but thousands more are slated to be moved abroad |In the very same state as Carrier, ball bearings and valve manufacturer Rexnord has officially notified the Indiana government that it will lay off 350 employees and permanently close a factory in Indianapolis starting in February. The factory jobs will be relocated to Mexico; just 25 office jobs will remain. The company says about half of its total workforce is in the United States.
Japan must learn from the Fukushima crisis is to reduce the risks created by political interference, and avoid the hastiness with which the government is trying to restart the Oi reactors, it is impossible to convince the public with such reasoning.
A polygraph instructor has been sentenced to eight months in prison for teaching federal job applicants how to deceive a lie detector test. The case has raised concerns over the First Amendment and the legitimacy of polygraph results. Chad Dixon of Marion, Indiana pleaded guilty last year to wire fraud and obstructing a government proceeding […]
On Monday, a new poll demonstrated that Donald Trump’s sticks-and-carrots approach to Carrier forcing the company to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana is wildly popular. Fully 60 percent of voters said that Trump’s Carrier cramdown made them more favorable to Trump, including 89 percent of Trump voters and 32 percent of Clinton voters; just 9 percent of Americans said they were less favorable toward Trump. Here’s the obligatory Kellyanne Conway celebratory tweet: