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Action Plan for Jobs 2015 - Next Step in Multi-Annual Plan to Deliver Full Employment by 2018
DUBLIN, Jan. 29 -- The Ireland Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation issued the following news release:
The Government today (Thursday) published the Action Plan for Jobs 2015, the next step in the multi-annual process aimed at delivering full employment by 2018.
The Plan is the fourth annual plan in a multi-year process which started in early 2012, and sets out in detail the 382 actions to be taken by 16 Government Departments and over 60 State Agencies during 2015 to support job . . .
Casey Unveils Bipartisan Anti-Bullying in Schools Bill
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 -- The office of Sen. Robert Casey Jr., D-Pa., issued the following news release:
Today, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) unveiled his bipartisan anti-bullying in schools bill. Casey's bill would require schools districts across the country to develop and implement locally driven anti-bullying policies that protect vulnerable children. A Department of Education study found that 1 in 3 children between the ages of 12 and 18 will be impacted by bullying. Casey highlighted a sch . . .
Clark University Poll: Established Adults Enter 2015 Feeling Positive, Dreaming Big
WORCESTER, Mass., Jan. 29 -- Clark University issued the following news release:
The 2014 Clark Poll of Established Adults has issued its final report, which reveals that 25 to 39 years old are holding fast to the optimism and big dreams they expressed as younger or "emerging" adults.
Despite entering adult life during the worst recession in decades, today's established adults appear remarkably contented and positive about the future. The Clark Poll found 86 percent of those surveyed agr . . .
Hidden Gem: NJIT Ranked No. 1 in Business Insider's Most Underrated Colleges List
NEWARK, N.J., Jan. 29 -- New Jersey Institute of Technology issued the following news release:
NJIT has been ranked at the top of Business Insider's 2015 list of the most underrated colleges in the U.S. "NJIT's ranking as one of the most "underrated colleges" recognizes that the average salary of $98,000 (Payscale College Salary Report) our graduates earn after 10 years in the workplace is an exceptionally positive adjunct to our U.S. News and World Report ranking," said NJIT President Joel S . . .
Hirono, Senate & House Democrats, Champion Initiative to Expand Access to Early Education
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 -- The office of Sen. Mazie K. Hirono, D-Hawaii, issued the following news release:
Today, as she continues to lay out the markers for the 114th Congress, Senator Mazie K. Hirono introduced the Providing Resources Early for Kids (PRE-K) Act, legislation to expand access to high-quality early learning programs for children from birth to age five. The PRE-K Act helps more kids arrive at kindergarten ready to succeed by establishing a federal-state partnerships that incentivi . . .