Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey

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Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey

A survey published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics each month on the state of the American job market. It collects and disseminates data on job openings, recruitment activity, hires and layoffs, and other criteria in several different sectors. JOLTS are used along with the Help Wanted Index to show whether the number of jobs is growing or shrinking at a given time.
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Butani and colleagues introduces the different sizing methodologies rather well,[1] and another Monthly Labor Review article from March 2007 by Jessica Helfand and colleagues discusses in detail how firms of different sizes changed throughout the business cycle.[2] In a more recent article, Katherine Bauer Klemmer explores the early firm-based size class data produced by JOLTS.[3] In addition, an interesting article by Brian Headd discusses how employees of small businesses differ from those of larger businesses.[4]
The modified cone jolt toughness test was able to identify differences among green sand systems at the target compactability.
The jolted areas from the earlier earthquake include Peshawar, Swat, Dir, North Waziristan, Nowshera, Malakand, Mardan, Khyber Agency, Kurram Agency, Bannu, Kohat, Dera Ismail Khan, Abbottabad, Attock and Hangu, Charsadda and other areas abutting Pak-Afghan border.
The earthquake jolt was so strong that the people in the twin cities, came out of their homes, reciting Kalima Tayyaba, and verses from the Holy Quran.
Recent developments in wet tensile strength, cone jolt toughness and friability have broadened the industry's understanding of the influence of core sand and other additives.
Al Ain A moderate-intensity earthquake yesterday jolted Madam, a town in south-eastern Sharjah, sending a wave of panic among the residents.
The seismic activity, called a quake swarm, remained relatively minor through the spring and summer but took off in October, culminating with three jolts approaching magnitude 5 in late November.
In Swat Valley, a visitor in a local hotel had passed away due to a heart attack as a result of jolts in the building.
Meanwhile, news channels reported that tremors jolted upper parts of the country including Dirbala, Mardan, Chitral, Lower Dir, Para Chinar, Swabi, Manshehra and Batgaram.
NAWABSHAH -- At least two persons lost their lives while more than 40 recieved injuries when earthquake jolted Nawabshah and its surroundings early in the morning on Friday.
Mechanical Properties of the Gravity-Filled Green Sand at Various Compactability Levels Compactability Ultimate Strength Stiffness Toughness % (# Jolts) (Jolts/in.) (Jolt*in.) 30 7 143 0.22 33 8 171 0.31 35 10 219 0.39 Table 3.