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Career groups, a bridge between education and career planning

Since the 1960s, the career pool resources have been used as career exploration and planning tools in schools, learning communities, and organizations across the country. Career Clusters is a system that combines educational and career planning. Step 1: Identification of the areas of interest of the career group Career groups are groups of similar occupations

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Statewide Responses to the ERISA Church Plan Exemption

In 2017, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Defended health care network v. Stapleton that the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) did not apply to church-affiliated hospitals and supposedly other church-affiliated organizations. ERISA and church affiliated organizations Legislative history suggests that Congress relies on churches to adequately protect and fund its pension

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What is the difference between: lawyer, solicitor, defender, lawyer, counselor and lawyer?

Have you ever wondered where all these somewhat confusing terms come from? Well, the answer is that all types of lawyers originated from various legal systems. Some of the terms are from the English legal system, some are from Scotland, and some are from the American legal system. An attorney is someone who is legally

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Chris-Craft – A Brief History of the Classic Boat Builder from 1930 to Present

Chris-Craft boats have their roots in 1874 when 13-year-old Christopher Columbus Smith built his first wooden duck hunting boat. By 1930 Chris-Craft had become the largest mahogany boat builder in the world. This second part of the short history of the classic shipbuilder covers the period from 1930 to the present. The Great Depression of

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Is your soul broken?

What is a broken soul? Your soul is broken when what you are on the inside does not match what you are on the outside. A broken soul is related to how you feel about yourself, your truest, deepest and most honest beliefs; your philosophy about life; your original ideas and sincere thoughts, feelings, emotions

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As the real estate market turns sour, courts punish overdue projects, freeing buyers from contracts

In the September 9, 2008 issue of The Wall Street Journal, as awareness of the global financial crisis was widening and deepening, I predicted that of the countless lawsuits filed by real estate buyers hoping to recoup their initial deposits of preconstruction, among those with the highest probability of success were scenarios in which the

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