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The Historiography of the first World War bear witness to destruction and death made possible by the Industrial revolution.
The present day turmoil that we see in the world has its roots created by man during this period. 1,171 more words
THE Credit Suisse report into global income inequality was harsh reading for the United Kingdom once again.
The annual report was released earlier this week, and revealed that in the UK, 54% of all available wealth was controlled by the richest 10% in the country. 849 more words
The Q2-2014 IT Skills and Certifications Pay Index, produced and distributed by Foote Partners, reports fifth-consecutive market gains for both certified and non-certified IT skills. In terms of salary, research shows that employed professionals received modest pay increases for numerous technical abilities last summer: 374 non-certified skills rose 0.54% in value, while 337 IT certifications, also known as “skills premium,” shot up 0.85%. 137 more words
By government sub-decree, the Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has granted a hefty pay raise – to himself and to his long-serving ministers.
Hun Sen and senior government members are set for a monthly salary hike as part of “sweeping changes to senior government and high-ranking civil servant bonuses”. 174 more words