Bureau of Industry and Security

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  • Job Decisions And A Human Resource Specialist Position

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    The highlighted material will include background, working conditions, pay scale, geographic expectations, and job outlook. This report will help decide which career choice would be best for me. Information provided for these jobs was found on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website. Sales Managers – sales managers guide organizations’ sales teams. This includes developing training programs, analyzing data, and setting goals for organizations’ sales representatives Human Resource Specialist – human

  • Although only required to discuss two associations this writer thought it was important to discuss

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    SEC as they are directly connected to FINRA in that they take litigation cases, and fraud cases from FINRA and follows up on whether any security laws or criminal laws were broken. Once they investigate the wrong doing they proceed with the corrective action that best suits the offense not excluding criminal prosecution and jail time. According to the Securities and Exchange Commission (2014) website the mission of the SEC is to “protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and

  • Career Scavenger Hunt Essay

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    skills from his pervious position as an automobile dealer, which will aid him selling securities and commodities as an investment banker. My client would also receive decent financial compensation as an investment banker. The median pay for investment banking in 2012 was 71,720 annually (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014). However, my client would have to receive a Bachelors Degree for an entry-level position (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014). Although, all of the prospective career the client suggested

  • The Industrial Classification to Organize Industries Essay

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    The term Industrial Classification refers to the system by which companies and industries are organized or classified by in the United States. It uses a label system called the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) that is composed of four digits. This system started in 1937 with a four digit code in which has been modified to a six digit code and renamed to the North America Industry Classification System (NAICS). This system is used by governmental agencies to classify the different industrial

  • Scope And Complexity Of The Aviation Transportation Industry

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    aviation transportation industry is one that requires cooperation on local, state and federal levels, as well as, international agreements of cooperation in its ability to monitor, gather information, investigate, defend and recover from attacks against the industry. Elias (2010) states that the roles for which each entity is responsible is guided by specific authorities, existing laws and regulations and the availability of assets and capabilities. Prior to 9/11, the security of aviation infrastructure

  • The Foster Care System And Impacting Legislation Like The Social Security Act

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    Most people are familiar with the foster care system and impacting legislation like the Social Security Act. This policy was created and reformed in part by the United States Children’s Bureau. The Children’s Bureau is a United States government agency created to serve the needs of families, women and children who are underprivileged. The United States Children’s Bureau was signed into law by President William Taft on April 9, 1912. The agency was built on traditional values. Men were to bring home

  • Cyber Terror And Cyber Terrorism

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    brought and created a big threat to the society especially to the developed worlds. The threat has become so severe that it has captured the attention of the media, security system and the information industry. Cyber terrorists attack their target electronically and needless to say that it endangers life it is also a national security threat. Since most of the infrastructure in the western worlds are computerized and networked, the threat is real and poses a great risk. Just like hackers the cyber

  • The State Of Wisconsin Is Home

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    while only 14.9% of all United States citizens are in the same age range. (U.S. Census Bureau, 2015). Only 27.4% of Wisconsinites over 25 have an education above a bachelor 's degree, while there are 29.3% of United States citizens with this education as well. The average income for the millions of Wisconsin citizens is $52,738. This is almost $800 less than the United States average of $53,482 (U.S. Census Bureau). With almost 6 million citizens, Wisconsin has 10 electors in the electoral college

  • Casino General Manager Salary Is $ 64052

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    Marketing, personnel, customer satisfaction, and security are some of the areas overseen by casino general managers. Casino workers have to deal with second-hand smoke, high noise levels, and exuberant or upset customers .Casino general managers must hold a bachelor 's degree in a relevant field and have prior experience in the casino industry. Employees need a state license to work in the gaming industry. Gaming manager positions don 't always

  • Hong Kong's Strengths and Weaknesses as a Conference Destination

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    destination Hong Kong, advanced in its geographic location and well-developed society and business environment, is regarded as a desirable destination for meetings, conferences and exhibitions. According to the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Industry Association, over 110 international exhibitions and conventions took place in Hong Kong in 2006, attracting 62,000 delegates and 5,200,000 buyers worldwide. International congresses and exhibitions, like the 6th WTO Ministerial Conference in 2005