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1 Intensive, sustained special education programs and behavior therapy early in life can help children acquire self-care, communication, and job skills, and often improve functioning and decrease symptom severity and maladaptive behaviors;
2 A chemical engineer may do the job of project engineer full-time or part of the time, which requires additional training and job skills or act as a consultant to the project group.
3 The act more than doubled the number of visas given to immigrants on the basis of job skills.
4 However, it has been challenged as to whether the measurement of job performance is usually done through pencil/paper tests, job skills tests, on-site hands-on tests, off-site hands-on tests, high-fidelity simulations, symbolic simulations, task ratings and global ratings.
5 Mead also found that marriage is regarded as a social and economic arrangement where wealth, rank, and job skills of the husband and wife are taken into consideration.
6 Apparently affluent (her father is a successful lawyer), she maintains an active social, volunteer, and sleuthing schedule, as well as participating in athletics and the arts, but is never shown as working for a living or acquiring job skills.
7 Additionally, the school offers a Cooperative Education program where students are placed with an employer in entry-level position to develop job skills while being paid.
8 Additionally, the school offers a Cooperative Education program where students are placed with an employer in entry-level position to develop job skills while being paid.
9 Additionally, the school offers a Cooperative Education program where students are placed with an employer in entry-level position to develop job skills while being paid.
10 Additionally, the school offers a Cooperative Education program where students are placed with an employer in entry-level position to develop job skills while being paid.
11 Additionally, the school offers a Cooperative Education program where students are placed with an employer in entry-level position to develop job skills while being paid.
12 Additionally, the School offers a Cooperative Education program where students are placed with an employer in entry-level position to develop job skills while being paid.
13 This provision would have provided a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants in the United States, through family connections or job skills, without a requirement that they return to their home country for the requisite 3-10 years.
14 Consequently, they became perceived as the "embodiment of the female stereotype,...as particularly lacking in potential and were given the fewest opportunities to develop job skills and to establish social and self-identities as miners."
15 The PIECP, ALEC, and Prison-Industries Act were created with the goal of motivating state and local governments to create employment opportunities that mimic private sector work, generate services that allow offenders to contribute to society, offset the cost of their incarceration, reduce inmate idleness, cultivate job skills, and improve the success rates of transition back into the community after release.
16 Finding work was more difficult for second-wave and subsequent immigrants, due to their limited educational background and job skills.
17 Schlafly said that the ERA was designed for the benefit of young career women, and warned that if men and women had to be treated equally, that social condition would threaten the security of middle-aged housewives without job skills.
18 Most come to learn job skills and take classes at the centers, as well as to use the Internet facilities.
19 During the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, Crown Heights was declared a primary poverty area due to a high unemployment rate, high juvenile and adult crime rate, poor nutrition due to lack of family income, relative absence of job skills and readiness, and a relatively high concentration of elderly residents.
20 Also, this new program has increased the focus on youth, job skills and most importantly fluent in English or French and at the same time, the immigration department has imposed a new language requirement for Federal skilled workers (FSW) program.