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Love, actuary: unlocking the power of numbers

There’s so much information about what careers will be good in future and what careers you can do flexibly. So I have tried to give that guidance, but at the same time support Zara in her strengths and what she likes doing. A lot of kids don’t know what they …

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YWCA executive director to leave post for state job

Caption Close TROY – The executive director of the YWCA of the Greater Capital Region will leave her post to start a new job as a deputy commissioner at the state Civil Service Department, the YWCA-GRC Board of Directors announced. Daquetta Jones has led the YWCA-GRC since her Dec. 2013 …

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The 15 best-paying jobs for men in 2018

Number of men: 823,000 Median weekly earnings for men: $2,415 Estimated annual earnings for men: $125,580 Chief executive topped the list as the highest-paying job for men (it was also the highest-paying job for women.) According to BLS data, there were roughly 823,000 men working as chief executives in the …

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YWCA executive director to leave post for state job

Caption Close TROY – The executive director of the YWCA of the Greater Capital Region will leave her post to start a new job as a deputy commissioner at the state Civil Service Department, the YWCA-GRC Board of Directors announced. Daquetta Jones has led the YWCA-GRC since her Dec. 2013 …

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Five community builders recognized as Women of Excellence

Pam Wright The Sarnia Community Foundation is honouring five of Sarnia-Lambton’s most capable and influential women as outstanding community builders. Shauna Carr, Cathy Dobson, April Lepore, Anne McGugan and Mary Jean O’Donnell will be recognized at an awards ceremony at the Sarnia Riding Club on June 20. Foundation chair Bruce …

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At Cartier Awards, female founders are the focus

The prizemoney of $US100,000 ($143,000), given to winners of each region, will act as a buffer. “I have 18 employees,” says Ma. “I lived for two years without paying myself a salary because I never want to lay anyone off. The money is insurance for a while, and will allow …

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