Thesis Statement: Military recruiters are vicious and go into places where young adults are easy targets and take advantage of them.
Four years ago, Capt. (P) Raymond Kuderka was considering different options for a broadening assignment as a senior captain. With so many opportunities available in the Army, Kuderka was searching for guidance on which broadening assignment would bolster his company-grade development and support his career goals. Many of his peers were applying to graduate degrees, fellowships, and MI Programs. But none of these options were appealing.
students ready to enlist for classes for the up and coming semester. The rundown of advantages
The total population of my district is considered to be about 835, 503. Out of this population 767, 694 are of age 5 years old and above. In the district, the number of the household is considered to be 279, 810 with the number of families being 181,559. In terms of the characteristics of education about 231,784 people aged 3 years are considered to have enrolled in school. Furthermore, in the district 355,862 citizens of age 16 years old and above are considered to have been employed. Concerning the last general election, the total voter registration was 444,668. The total
The city of baker is compromised of subdivisions and commercial properties, but also has lowlands, woodlands, and farmland. It is a small town located north of Baton Rouge and east of Zachary, La. Baker is mostly a rural area and most of the resources are 5- 10 min drive away There are approximately 13,835 residents, 198 businesses and five industrial operations in the city limits. The city is compromised of 8.5 square miles and there are 225 miles of roadways within the city limits. The total population of Baker, according to Census 2013 is 13,862 people 6,364 being male and 7,498 being female. The demographic make-up of baker consists of 10,111 African American; 3,318 Caucasian; 244 Hispanic/Latino, and 237 residents having two or more races combined. The population that I am assessing is adolescent ages
I did my study for this assignment in Stokes County, North Carolina which is where I recently moved to from Iowa. Stokes County is made up of several small towns but King, which is where I live, is the largest town. Stokes County is in the middle northern part of the state near the Virginia border, a mountain chain, and a lot of wilderness. Some of the towns are incorporated and some are not and a few only claim to be villages. Using the Population Economic Status Assessment, I looked at the State & County Quick Facts last revised: Feb-2015 and found that the county population is at about 46,588. The Caucasian population makes up 93.8% of the population, African American 4.4%, Hispanic 2.7%, and the remainder is 1.1%. The
The target audience of this redesign includes commissioned officers in grades 0-5 (Lieutenant Colonel) or 0-6
Included in the Casebook is Appendix B which includes recruiting yield data for each region. The following is an analysis of the data provided for each region. The regions include Western Washington, Eastern Washington, Northern Oregon, and Southern Oregon.
The district has vowed to keep residential taxes below $5.00 per $1,000 in assessed value, but they are cutting it close by adding 90 cents to the current rate of $4.09 (Sierra). In the October survey, 48% opposed the bond stating that the increase in taxes would be too high (“Hermiston School District Survey Research Report Executive Summary” 6-7). Admittedly, this is a reasonable opinion for residents to have, however the economic benefits that would result from the bond make the 90 cent increase a worthwhile investment. To start, the fine print of the bond requires that new residents of Hermiston help pay for it. Since Hermiston’s population is expected to expand by 3.00% per year for the next four years and 2.75% in the years following, the $4.99 rate is expected to go down, pleasing those who feel that they are paying too much. Additionally, the district contracted Elesco Limited, an economic service provider from Bend, Oregon, to perform an economic analysis on the impacts of the bond. They found that $24 million in direct labor income would be payed out to over 540 direct sub-contractors over the four year construction period. They also found that the bond would indirectly create 250 jobs within Umatilla County. Remaining funds would be used to buy construction material and Elesco discovered in their analysis that Umatilla County is 75% self-sufficient for those materials.
I am an assistant day care teacher and due to that it is important I know the demographics behind the city of Sherman Oaks, located in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California. The follow information is pertaining to these zip codes: 91401, 91403, 91411, and 91423. It has a total population of 118,592. The male population is 58,261, while the female population is 60,330. The median age is 36.52. 10% of the residents are 9 years or under, 7% are 10-17, 5% are 18-24, 30% are 25-39, 36% are 40-64, and lastly 65+ is 13%. There are 6,095 white-collar jobs and 4,152 blue-collar jobs.
The following paper will discuss Polk County area demographics such as, history, size, income, ethnicity and population. Then it will go over Polk County School’s demographics such as, history, size, types of schools, number of schools, number of students, number of teachers, and ethnicity. Reviewing both Polk County demographics and Polk County Schools demographics will help us have a better understanding of the children in the schools and the various areas and backgrounds they come from. It will also help us have a better understanding of the growth of Polk County Schools.
In business there are strategies that need to be fulfilled. Starting a business or health care organization we need to use strategy planning. In the strategy planning of our business or health care organization we need to map out the mission, vision and goals that we want our business or health care organization to meet. My paper is going to be on the Veterans Health Administration strategy planning. This paper will review their internal and external assessments, competitive marketing analysis, identification of stakeholders, an overview and assessments of services provided, competencies and
In the recent years, the United States government has been enforcing stricter mandates on auto manufacturers to create safer vehicles, and on construction companies to create safer roadways. Matthew Jensen wrote a dissertation for the Graduate School of Clemson University titled, A Methodology for the Analysis of In-vehicle Operating Data and Design of Intelligent Vehicle Systems for Improved Automotive Safety. In his abstract, Jensen evaluated the future of vehicle manufacturing and traffic-related incidents. Of course, every year more vehicles are manufactured, which in theory means the number of miles driven in vehicles increases. He points out how the World Health Organization (WHO) found that automobile crashes was the ninth
In other words, the Army’s mission is to deploy when needed and to win in combat in support of the interests of the United States. It conducts training and operations in every part of the world with 520,000 active duty Soldiers in 223 occupational specialties or jobs. The mission seems relatively simple but recruiting Soldiers to fulfill this mission and retaining them is much more difficult than one would realize. I will present a few of the benefits in the Army’s EVP that motivate Soldiers to “be the best they can be” to make America and the world a better place.
The Wenatchee Metropolitan Statistical (MSA) includes Chelan and Douglas Counties and it depends heavily on agriculture, retail, recreational activity and hospitality for employment of the bulk of their residents. The largest age group within the 118,000 population is the 35-64 year olds at 43,370 and followed by the 0-17 year olds at 28,318 and then the 18 – 34 year olds at 22,105 and finally 65+ at 17,056. This puts the bulk of the work force at approximately 65,475 individuals of prime working ages. Unemployment rates are 12% for Chelan County and 15% for Douglas County. The number of residents who have an Associate Degree or Vocational Certificate is 10% and the number who have Bachelors or higher is 8% for both counties combined. The area’s population has grown annually by 40% since 2004, despite a 1% decrease in the annual birthrate, in Chelan County the infant mortality rate (IMR) was 4.1 per 1,000 live births in 2010 which has increased 3% from 1998. In Douglas County the IMR was 0.0 per 1,000 live births, decreased 100% from 1998. Many individuals are relocating from California to retire, and recreational enthusiasts are