Some nurses in the United States and globally are retiring and quitting. The 12-hour shifts up to 5 and 6 days per week may be responsible for part of this loss, because the shortage was already under way when the wonderful system of three day’s of 12-hour shifts became popular. Now it’s 5 or 6 days with requests for additional work as well. Nurses are burning out on this schedule.
Further, nursing schools across America have difficulty expanding their capacity to meet an increasing demand for care. In fact, these schools are experiencing a shortage of nursing instructors.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Projections to 2022, the Registered Nurse (RN) is in the top occupations for job growth. America needs more nurses. The also country needs LPNs, LVNs, and even thousands more Certified Nursing Aides. The RN shortage is likely to be strongest the American South and the West through 2030, perhaps because many retirees move tho these locales.
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Americans were accustomed to the Bread Line nd the Unemployment Line back in the 1930s, but we’re having these today as well.
Some employees lose their jobs through no fault of their own. However, some other times, there is cause for termination.
Dishonesty, evasion, or lack of integrity on the job can be the culprit, as well as lack of training and misunderstandings. It is important to be honest, straightforward, and forthcoming on the job with your management and then to insist on proper training and fair treatment as well.
via Top 10 Reasons Employees Get Fired, Among Surveyed Companies 2008 – 2012.
In late September 2015, Boeing Co. announced a $1Trillion potential set of passenger airplane orders from China. In order to compete with European aircraft manufacturers, Boeing also plans to build an assembly plant right inside China. With the worth of future orders already surpasses that of current leader, France’s Airbus Group, Boeing may take over the leadership sometime between 2015 – 2035 and hopefully before 2020.
Bowing is a major member of the exciting and innovative NASA Commercial Crew group of private businesses. Boeing is developing new aircraft and space craft, from its 737 narrow-body airliner to its huge 787 Dreamliner to its space-going CST-100 Starliner. We will see many more in the future.
Considering all these events and the fact that US workers will not lose aircraft jobs to China, additional jobs will be created in aircraft manufacturing on the West Coast and Gulf Coast. On the Texas Gulf Coast, for instance, at least one private company is in the process of building an engine manufacturing plant and a space launch platform for private aerospace business. Alabama has opened a new airline assembly plant for the French in Mobile. The drone business, especially for search and rescue, is set to bring in billions of USD in revenues as well, especially in Ohio.
Are we making a mistake by manufacturing airliners for the Chinese government or is it good business? Feel free to make your comments below.
What is more important? —
1. To return the name of a mountain to its original, legally certified name or
2. To help thousands of men, women and children as their villages wash out to sea nearby?
By the year 2025, when two aerospace projects plan to be running on Mars, the US Army Corps of Engineers says that the native village of Kivalina and a string of other Athabaskan villages along the North Shore of Alaska will have submerged. A few are already gone in 2015.
Many have no running water, no toilets, and no cemeteries (they washed out to sea). The people need help moving.
However, Ohio legislators fight with President Obama for taking away the illegally-bestowed name of “Mount McKinley”, named in tribute to the man when he was the Republican candidate for POTUS, by a gold hunter in 1896.
The ancestors of the people whose villages are washing away in storms and erosion named the mountain thousands of years ago and the State of Alaska agency in charge of these names legally accepted it long ago.
So, what is more important – a Republican name on a mountain, or helping the homeless families, including infants and children?
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How will fast food as an industry handle the increase to a $15.00 per hour Federal Minimum Wage?
First off, many will simply close down. Others will limit their menus, offer additional or longer periods of Drive-Thru times and close the dining room early or go to All-Drive-Thru service. and some will raise menu prices too high.
McDonald’s has found that tactics that helped them absorb the 2009 Federal Minimum Wage Increase are not working now. Because of this, the company allegedly plans to eliminate part of its human crew members with robots – but, this is really still a rumor. Those few remaining humans would be robotics technicians and that is a good thing, since that work requires more skills and a higher salary to go with them.
Will a Phoenix Arizona McDonald’s go all-robot soon? Probably not, but it’s fun to think about. After all, sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke was the first to think up communications satellites (ComSats) and we have them all over the near-Earth cosmos now!
From Native American poetry to Classics, songs, and graphic novels, how can we not be proud of America’s literary development? Come celebrate literacy and literature of all sorts in DC this September 5, 2015 from 9am – 10 pm. Free admission!
This year’s festival is a tribute to the 200th Anniversary of Thomas Jefferson’s donation of all of his personal papers and books for the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress. During the War of 1912 – 1814, the British burned 3,000 books belonging to the US Congress and took 10,000 American military and civilians captive, jailing them at Dartmoor prison in England. it was a horrible time.
Thomas Jefferson offered his personal library to replace those burned volumes, but it took us until 1815 – a full year after the war was over – to gain the release of all of our prisoners. Today, the British and filks all over the UK came to our National Book festival to speak, to sign books, and to visit the kiosks.
Times change, but books are always good.
Today, you may need to move to a different state in order to earn a livable wage. Luckily, America has several states that are good for your move.
At least 10 states have low unemployment rates, which usually means that they have not enough workers to fill advertised positions. They need more people to come into their cities to work.
Another several states are low in job competition, meaning that not so many are fighting for the same job there.
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