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What SQL command(s) would you use to add the date on which an employee was hired to the EMPLOYEE table represented in Figure 6.13 (pg. 213)? Name this new attribute Employment_Date. Assume that the employees were hired on the following dates, using a year-month-day format as YYYYMMDD: Carl Elks 20000522 Janet Robins 20010103 Greg Kinman 19970825 Christy Bazie 20040801 Elaine Kopp 20060912 John Mast 19950709

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Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
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11th Edition
Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337552127

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What SQL command(s) would you use to add the date on which an employee was hired to the EMPLOYEE table represented in Figure 6.13 (pg. 213)? Name this new attribute Employment_Date. Assume that the employees were hired on the following dates, using a year-month-day format as YYYYMMDD:

  • Carl Elks 20000522
  • Janet Robins 20010103
  • Greg Kinman 19970825
  • Christy Bazie 20040801
  • Elaine Kopp 20060912
  • John Mast 19950709

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