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The civil service exam is part of government employment. Applicants must take and pass a civil service exam to get on the list for possible jobs. The jobs an applicant qualify for are based on the scores of their civil service exam. Seek employment at agencies that requirethe civil service exam. Those who are good test takers will benefit tremendously. Civil service job opportunities are in all kinds of occupations. Landing the job is always in the hands of the job seekers. When you make up your mind to get hired, tune in to our shows and get started. If you remain unemployed there is one of two reasons at fault. Either are not looking for work, or you do not know how to look for work. I realize this is a bitter pill to swallow, but it is fact. Seeking work for years is one of two things: You are not looking or you don't know how to look. Get the job preparation help here you need to get hired in less than 30 days here at the Work for Life Show.
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On may 14, 2013 Kenyan citizen will protest peacefully by occupying Parliament in order to express their disagreement over MPs decision to increase their salaries. In many countries, civil societies, most of time led by youth movements are demanding more, sometimes going in the streets to have their voices heard and their opinions taken into account. Sometimes they assist in silence to some actions that don't benefit. This week we will focus on the upcoming Occupy Parliament Movement in Kenya and will analyze what our civil society needs and lacks to be watchdog of our countries welfare.
Is it wrong to be indifferent about if gays or blacks getting rights? We'll discuss that as well as comparisons to blacks getting their civil rights in the 60's to what gays are trying to do now. Also on the list of topics to discuss will be sibling rivalries. It's understandable when it comes to children, but what happens when it occurs with adults? All of these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinons."
We take a look at the black community's views on the LGBT community and vice versa while comparing and contrasting the civil rights struggles of each community.
This show featuring Ricardo Jones discusses statistics, profiting from the pain of the discriminated, and Black Listing in the federal government.
Are cases being set aside based on the color of the victims? Can we expect justice from the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission? How do employees there feel themselves? We will explore this and other issues.
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This week on Standing Firm we will be discussing a new poll on whether Americans view same-sex marriage and homosexuality as a civil right. You will be surprised at the results. Standing Firm will discuss the impact this is having on the Church and the implications for the future.
Please welcome Henry Huie Jung M.Ed, Ed.D, (University of Mass., Amherst), Somerville, MA.
Mr. Jung is the author of Chinese Heroes of the American Civil War: Blue & Gray.
He is self-proclaimed as not being a "Civil War buff" as such, but the participation of Chinese men in this very major American event attracted his attention (he had served in the U.S. military--Vietnam). Mr. Jung's doctoral dissertation (1985) was on Chinese-American men and "kung-fu" movies. His first knowledge of one Chinese soldier, Edward Day Cohota, was last year when he and his wife visited the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, MA---there was a photo of the middle-aged Cohota and his elderly adopted father in the room displaying the wealthy Day family memories.
Mr. Jung will also talk about his presentation at Somerville Public Library on April 11th.
I hope you join us for this significant discussion.
A new civil was erupted in Birtherstan this week between Orly Taitz and Mike Zullo/Carl Gallups and the Birthers are choosing sides. Zullo says big thiings are coming in two weeks - or maybe he will just write a book. New motions were filed in the McInnish case in Alabama. All that and more on RC Radio.
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