On the other side this decision has spread disappointment amongst less educated
police personnel who are waiting for their promotion after the completion of their departmental courses.
Wilcox views this disengagement among the less educated
as troubling because religious institutions typically provide their members with benefits-such as improved physical and psychological health, social networks, and civic skills-that may be particularly important for the less educated
, who often lack the degree of access to social networks and civic skills that the college-educated
What about never-married educated
women who hope to marry, but want to wait until they have established themselves professionally or are still holding out for "Mister Right"?
That is the simplest thing that an educated
mother could do.
Therefore, a monthly data set is compiled including measures of the skill premium, the total hours of the high educated
in complex and in simple occupations, the total hours of the low educated
in simple occupations, the unemployment ratios of the high and the low educated
, and a measure of the crowding out of the low educated
by the high educated
in occupying simple jobs.
In fact, a well-trained and educated
building staff, not just the superintendent, but handymen and porters as well, can add tremendous value to a building by helping to control maintenance expenses.
As more individuals were educated
in the first half of the 20th century, inequality declined.
James Bryant Conant, the president of Harvard University and one of the most influential men of his day, wanted to replace this aristocracy of birth and wealth with what Thomas Jefferson called a "natural aristocracy" of the intellectually gifted from every walk of life, who would be educated
to high standards and then be given the responsibility of governing society.
Those who were from New England or were a member of a religious denomination whose origins were in that region(32) were among the best educated
men were around three times more likely to be binge drinkers at all ages of their life than highly-educated
people are faced with a novel situation, they should be able to analyze, interpret, and make judgments about the situation themselves, rather than rely on others to tell them what to do.
For Situational Analysis and Recommendations for Internationally Educated
Medical Radiation, to understand better the barriers faced by the technicians as they go through the Canadian assessment and certification process, and to recommend ways to ensure an efficient and fair national assessment and certification process for work in Canada.
White, black and Hispanic immigrants with fewer than 12 years of schooling were less likely than their native-born counterparts to have a low-birth-weight baby, but findings were inconsistent among better educated
girls tend to marry at a later age and raise healthier, better-nourished children.
It is imperative that citizens in a democracy be educated
on topics related to the use of force, particularly critical thinking and ethical decision making, in order to fulfill their role in the democratic process.