"hiring entry level positions"

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archifist:

thefemcritique:

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gypped:

requirements: 10 years experience in space station repair, masters degree in ancient serbian civilizations, unmatched knowledge of silkworm breeding, full understanding of teleportation mechanics and physics

pay: $9.50/hour

Pretty much

my life.

Yep.

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sirens by mike frank 31 on Flickr.

sirens by mike frank 31 on Flickr.

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neilfrance:

19.23 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

neilfrance:

19.23 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Add to the grown-ups awkward conversation list, the “I don’t know if I supposed to know that you have inoperable cancer oh hi so nice to see you” conversation.

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"But still, it can be damn costly, especially for the city’s 410,000 low-wage and no-wage earners — or about one-quarter of its population — to comply with the voter ID law. It was hard enough for this politically aware writer to land eligible documentation without losing a hefty sum of time and money. And the Committee of Seventy’s coalition can’t reach everyone."

What I Spent to Comply With Pennsylvania’s New Voter ID Law – Next City

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"But abolition will be a tougher sell in the rural Midwest, where townships are the most direct form of government, as well as serving as a power base and source of patronage for politicians who simultaneously serve as township supervisor and state senator. In Indiana, Gov. Mitch Daniels spent eight years trying to eliminate, or at least consolidate, his state’s 1,008 townships, but faced opposition from rural legislators who argued that what was right for urban counties was wrong for their hometowns. When he left office, in 2013, Indiana had 1,006 townships.”

nextcityorg:

Illinois is currently home to over 1,000 townships, but many are starting to wonder why this outdated model of governance is still so prolific. Next month, Evanston Township will dissolve, marking the first dissolution in Illinois since 1932. Could this be a sign of things to come? 
Credit: Northwestern University Library 

"But abolition will be a tougher sell in the rural Midwest, where townships are the most direct form of government, as well as serving as a power base and source of patronage for politicians who simultaneously serve as township supervisor and state senator. In Indiana, Gov. Mitch Daniels spent eight years trying to eliminate, or at least consolidate, his state’s 1,008 townships, but faced opposition from rural legislators who argued that what was right for urban counties was wrong for their hometowns. When he left office, in 2013, Indiana had 1,006 townships.”

nextcityorg:

Illinois is currently home to over 1,000 townships, but many are starting to wonder why this outdated model of governance is still so prolific. Next month, Evanston Township will dissolve, marking the first dissolution in Illinois since 1932. Could this be a sign of things to come? 

Credit: Northwestern University Library 

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untitled by patrickjoust on Flickr.

untitled by patrickjoust on Flickr.

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In the Alley by metroblossom on Flickr.

In the Alley by metroblossom on Flickr.

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Riverwest Alley by metroblossom on Flickr.

Riverwest Alley by metroblossom on Flickr.

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