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Economist 4/24/14

  1. Over the next 20 years the global population of those aged 65 or more will almost double, from 600m to 1.1 billion.In the rich world, well-educated people increasingly work longer than the less-skilled.
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Driving efficiency across healthcare – are nurses the answer?

Australia’s productivity agenda has prompted the healthcare sector to improve efficiency, because patient demand and complex healthcare needs have dramatically increased.

The sector cannot afford cost blowouts, and efficiency is the way forward for patient flow, work flow and waste reduction. 715 more words



As I’m sure many of you have noticed, there have been a lot of changes here at Harrison Dental. They are good changes, but even so, sometimes change can be hard. 100 more words


*A man expected to live to age 78 will have lived a total of 683,760 hours. If he starts work at age 22 after college, works 37.5 hours per week until age 65 with three weeks vacation per year, he will work a total of 106,575 hours during his lifetime, or roughly 15.5 percent of his life.* 255 more words

Survey: Mpls. Workers Are Quite Early To Arrive

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – If the saying “the early bird gets the worm” holds true, a lot of Minnesotans are getting quite a few worms.

A new report from the data website FiveThirtyEight compiled data from the U.S. 121 more words


KC Clocks in at 7:51

by Jeff Pinkerton

What time do you start work every day? Are you an early bird who gets to work in time to see the sunrise? 147 more words