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Modular refineries to boost oil business– Boroh – Nigerian News Headlines Today | Breaking Newspapers News

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Amnesty Boss Paul Boroh By Abujah Racheal Retired Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh, the Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), says the Niger Delta region will soon become a hub of oil business, if the modular refineries are operational. Boroh said this in a statement by Ms. Stella Inametti, the PAP’s Head of Media and Communications on Thursday …

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Hipster Icon American Apparel Buys Honduras Sweatshop Shirts

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For the first time in American Apparel’s history, the company has begun producing shirts in Honduras and neighboring Nicaragua.
For years, clothing manufacturer American Apparel has prided itself on producing “fair trade” products made entirely in the United States. It’s “Sweatshop Free” and “Made in USA” branding has transformed the company into a staple of hipster fashion.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.telesurtv.net

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4 reasons why a generational skills gap exists today—and isn’t closing 

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Today’s students believe that they are better prepared than ever to enter the workforce. However, their hiring counterparts think that the millennial generation is the most ill-prepared to date—still. Incidentally, this same study revealed that employers give hiring preference to candidates who have real-world experiences; unfortunately much of what is offered today in academia isn’t terribly “real world.”

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.ecampusnews.com

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