workers force of noah paulsen

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Workers’ Makeover

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Kailee Urias created this cartoon, “Workers’ Makeover”, using Funny Times Cartoon Generator! [53487]

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Workers Comp

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Hardworkers

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Hardworkers

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Does Your Life Still Matter?

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Steve is a professor who specializes in Medieval Christianity. Although he has tenure, a good pension plan, and a lovely tree-shaded campus to work at, he recently found himself wondering whether he’s wasted his life by devoting most of it to John Wycliffe, the first person to translate the Bible into English.

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The Generalist

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Generally speaking, I’m a generalist. In college, I majored in General Studies: I wanted to be a General, but unfortunately, when I graduated, there were no job openings for any of the positions I applied for in the U.S., Canadian, or Klingon armies. So I moved on to other general job openings.

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Rapture Of The Bosses

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As the boss, I get to tell everybody at my company exactly what to do. And they get to tell me exactly where I can go.

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Where To Get The Good Stuff

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There are a million places to get something that’s mass-produced, amalgamated, made in China by child slaves or prisoners, and will either break the third time you use it, or kill your dog, or your hamster, or you, if you make the mistake of holding it too close to your nose.

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An Interview With The Head Of The International Bank Of Bob … Bob Harris

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This interview originally appeared in some issue. While on assignment reviewing the most expensive hotels in the world for Forbes Traveler, Bob Harris saw firsthand the absurdity of the gap in wealth between the richest and poorest people on the planet. At the Emirates Palace, a $3 billion hotel in the United Arab Emirates, they didn’t have a Coke machine, but …[ Read More ]

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