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Make a Difference With a Career at Royal Credit Union Make a Difference With a Career at Royal Credit Union

Hi my name is Melissa Wippler, Branch Team Lead with Royal Credit Union’s Apple Valley office. So I began my career as a phone attendant; worked my way up through teller, new accounts, followed my passion of consumer loans, then worked my way into a loan officer role, most recently as a Branch Team Lead.…

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Become a part of Kansas State University Become a part of Kansas State University

Rooted in the Flint Hills of North-East Kansas lies a tradition-rich land-grant university that prides itself on teaching, research, and extension across Kansas, the nation, and the world. More than 5,000 full-time faculty and staff members call Kansas State University their home. Individually they raise the standard of today’s higher education and together they focus…

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Milton Friedman Speaks: Who Protects the Worker? (B1237) – Full Video Milton Friedman Speaks: Who Protects the Worker? (B1237) – Full Video

♪ Music ♪ Reality – captured in user friendly symbols and processed for understanding. ♪ Music ♪ The Idea Channel I now present to you Dr. Milton Friedman. (applause) Thank you very much. The subject that was put out for tonight’s talk is the subject of “Who Protects the Worker?” If you were to have…

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Labor Markets and Minimum Wage: Crash Course Economics #28 Labor Markets and Minimum Wage: Crash Course Economics #28

Adriene: Welcome to Crash Course Economics, I’m Adriene Hill, Jacob: and I’m Jacob Clifford, and today we’re going to talk about labor markets, a pretty important topic. Adriene: Unless you’re independently wealthy, or fine with living in your parents basement, you probably need to get a job. But how do you even get a job?…

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The Industrial Economy: Crash Course US History #23 The Industrial Economy: Crash Course US History #23

Episode 23: The Rise of the Industrial Economy Hi I’m John Green this is Crash Course U.S. History and today we’re going to discuss economics and how a generation of- Mr. Green, Mr. Green, is this going to be one of those boring ones no wars or generals who had cool last words or anything?…

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‘Missing’ British Hong Kong consulate employee detained in China for violating ‘public order’ ‘Missing’ British Hong Kong consulate employee detained in China for violating ‘public order’

now to an update on the British government worker in Hong Kong who went missing earlier this month during a trip to China according to China’s a foreign ministry on Wednesday Simon Chang has been detained in a shenzhen for 15 days after allegedly violating a rule a law on public order reason for his…

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Richard Wolff Explains 3 Kinds of Socialism Richard Wolff Explains 3 Kinds of Socialism

So I want to devote this program to going over with you the three major ways this idea of socialism is understood, because those ways are relevant today, those ways are fighting it out amongst themselves in terms of the allegiance, feelings and thoughts of people around the world, and they’re going to shape our…

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John Curl On The Rise of Wage Slavery John Curl On The Rise of Wage Slavery

well the aspirations of most of these people were really to be farmers you know except for a small class of people who wanted to be artisans but the great majority of people who were who were employees were who worked well we would consider working-class people thought that they were just in in cities…

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