Monster Employment Index
Unter diesem Thema veröffentlicht Monster Worldwide monatlich die neueste Entwicklung und wertet auf Basis der im Internet publizierten Stellenanzeigen aus, in welchen Branchen, Berufsgruppen und Regionen in Deutschland Arbeitskräfte gesucht werden. Die Daten werden monatlich von über 1400 Webseiten in Deutschland, Frankreich, Großbritannien, den Niederlanden und Schweden analysiert und veröffentlicht.
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Settler Hugh Bewitt is banished from colony of Massachusetts when he declares himself to be free of original sin.
First meeting of Knights of Labor.
The General Electric Company announces its intention to fire all employees who are or have been communists or communist sympathizers (in practice, the plan becomes a concerted effort to intimidate union activists).
700 Tuskegee (Alabama) Institute students riot after acquittal of a white for killing a black student.
In the middle of the worst economic times since the Great Depression, Reagan administration Attorney General Edwin Meese announces that there is no problem with poverty in the U.S. and that "people only go to soup kitchens because the food is free and that is easier than paying for it."
Over 30 arrested at Mobil Oil apartheid protest.
Iran-Contra conspirator Claire E. George is convicted on two counts of false statement and perjury before Congress, sentencing is set for February 1993 (but George is pardoned by President Bush before that happens).
The Rehnquist-led Supreme Court, in a 5-4 vote and in spite of 2 justices having conflicts of interest: "Justice" Thomas' wife being employed by the Bush campaign and "Justice" Scalia's son being employed by the law firm representing Bush, stays the counting of votes in Florida; later that evening, Justices Scalia and Thomas attend a party in Virginia with the Cheney's and other Republican elite.