“Hey Fundi” (hey workman) the villagers would call out to us as they passed by giggling with laughter at the sight of two white people actually working instead eating/sunbathing/drinking. 400 more words
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Anne Motte of the Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation and Saul Schwartz of Carleton University looked at student employment and academic success. In their research, they identified some of the main reasons why university and college students work: 276 more words
August has been a quiet month when it comes to fictional worlds research. Here’s a few reasons why.
Firstly, applying for funding takes time. As of yet, I have no funding at all for my research, and although I do my research at Helsinki University, I’m not employed there. 371 more words
For Labor Day, a website put together a list of the 12 hardest working cities in America.
Based on things like the average work hours, commute times, households where both parents work, and people with multiple jobs, here is Sparefoot.com’s list of “The 12 Hardest Working Cities in America”: 41 more words