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1. To perform a task, especially in exchange for compensation or the potential for profit. Working is necessary for any economy to function.

2. See: Job.
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The event follows a speed networking format and features overviews of the Sector Partnerships Initiative, ApprenticeshipNH, the Office of Workforce Opportunity, WorkReadyNH, the White Mountains Community College business training center and Employment Security.
The event began with a keynote presentation from Tom Mihelic of Manpower, who has over 27 years of industry experience in staffing and workforce consulting.
"Based on our projected rheumatology workforce shortages, innovative strategies will be needed to address access to patient care, as it will not be possible to solve the supply-demand gap by training more rheumatologists alone."
workforces. In oral fluid testing, which detects recent drug use, marijuana positivity increased nearly 75 percent, from 5.1 percent in 2013 to 8.9 percent in 2016 in the general U.S.
According to the report, the transportation industry will need to hire 4.6 million workers from 2012 to 2022--the equivalent of 1.2 times the size of the current workforce. Of those 4.6 million workers, 417,000 jobs are projected to be related to industry growth and 4.2 million are related to separations, which includes retirements, occupational transfers, and other exits from the industry.
Building on the great success of the 2015 Forum here in Denver, this year's National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers Conference will assess how the 2016 Presidential and Congressional elections are reshaping the delivery and financing of health care delivery and influencing the agenda of the nursing workforce in the US.
workforce, largely driven by double-digit increases in marijuana positivity.

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