Best Relationship between Changing of Labor force and the Unemployment Rate

Statistics indicate that the labor participation rate in the US will remain broadly flat. With the US recovering from economical decline, experts predict a cyclical boost to the labor participation rate. However, the experts argue that the economy will experience structural decline in the labor participation rate because of the demographics. This paper will examine…

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FIFA Organizational Culture

  Abstract This research will investigate whether FIFA should change its organizational culture after every World Cup tournament. The study will introduce the research question, and discuss the significance of the research. Then, the paper will compare various literatures on the topic of ‘organizational culture.’ This is a quantitative research and the question is premised…

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2017 Nano Architecture

Nanotechnology has allowed for the manipulation of all matter on a supra-molecular, molecular, and atomic scale, enabling for the fabrication of products on a large scale (Elsamny, 2012: p16). This technology has shown high potential in industrial and architectural design though the development of stronger but lighter systems and products, which are environmentally friendly and…

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2017 Transgender and Feminism

In the present day society, matters dealing with feminism and transgender are controversial. Different factions all over the global front have had either a positive perception or an adverse perception towards the matter. Consequently, this has translated into divided support from the public. The word transgender provides risks as well as political possibilities. The existence…

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2017 The Significance of Lifestyle Change in Diabetes Prevention

  A clear indication of the tremendous strides made in the healthcare field is the fact that researchers have come up with mechanisms for preventing, treating and eradicating most communicable diseases.However, a rather unfortunate shift has come to the forefront in the recent past; the fact that the occurrences of non-communicable illnesses such as obesity,…

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