2021.12.03 14:07 -en- @Reuters: Explainer: Could the Omicron variant bring milder illness? https://t.co/AmPEpqvfWg https://t.co/Y9IqM5yYzn
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2021.12.03 14:07 Standard_Money5003 Watch this model takes 😅❤️😘
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2021.12.03 14:07 Itsthellama From a non-MBA world and looking for advice
Turning to reddit since my peers and friends aren't really an MBA crowd so can't get their input very much.
I'm currently an engineer with supply chain experience for a med device company but previously held the same role in Consumer Goods/Automotive-ish company. I have direct reports and was part of a rotational leadership program at my first company.
My GMAT was good, 760 (49Q 47V) so that certainly doesn't close any doors as far as I'm aware. GPA was a 3.33 from a top engineering school in a difficult major (that fortunately sounds even more difficult than it was, shout out to lots of syllables). While the GPA is on the low side, I think the majoschool can offset that a bit.
My goal for after MBA is to get into a strategy or marketing role with a consumer goods company or back into med device in those same functions. My current role is almost entirely reactive and I want to get on the front end of the business to own a revenue stream and help drive the direction of the company instead of react to it. Consulting is an outside option, but I don't fancy the level of travel but I do plan to recruit for consulting for the experience and interview prep.
Currently, my list is HBS, Stanford, Kellogg (top 2 choice), Tuck (other top choice), Haas, Ross, and Fuqua. Any insight on how competitive I can be in those schools? Thought it a good mix of M7, top 10, and top 15 schools.
Open to any questions if there is more information y'all need! Really appreciate the input in advance.
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2021.12.03 14:07 SRFBot Immer mehr Bäcker und Konditorinnen arbeiten im «Homeoffice»
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2021.12.03 14:07 ARichTeaBiscuit ARichTeaBiscuit writes for the Herald
It has just been over two months since I wrote a short article detailing the strange antics of the National Party, namely the tendency of senior members of said party to write articles for major publications under a assumed name, now I still have absolutely no problems with people using a nom de plume, however, the manner in which this is being used by the National Party is quite confusing to say the least.
Firstly, we shall start with the Leader of the National Party themselves, Griffonomics. I'll admit that I am actually pleased that Griffonomics has returned to some manner of activity, as their absence has been quite notable in recent weeks and I am hopeful that we will soon see some ideological clashes between the National Party and Alliance over the coming days, with the starting blow so to speak being this article.
If you haven't read it already then I suggest you give it a quick read here, ultimately, the article is quite standard and part of a campaign by right-wing politicians to criticise the government's decision to increase the minimum wage alongside our recent modernisation of workers rights, now these are points that I have previously debunked and I shall debunk them again later, however, some readers will notice that the 9 News article wasn't published under the banner of Griffonomics but under the name of Ron Chee.
I'll put aside the rather odd characteristics of this name aside, and instead focus on the fact that the Leader of the National Party is apparently writing articles praising themselves and the National Party under an assumed name. Am I the only person that finds this to be quite weird? It would be like if I wrote an article explaining how I was one of the greatest Prime Ministers ever, such an article would be quite close to propaganda.
Aside from this rather strange decision from the National Party, as a piece of journalism I don't feel that the article itself offers anything new to the situation, aside from provide more definitive proof that the National Party are completely out of touch with the concerns of the everyday Kiwi, especially, as it relates to the minimum wage.
It shouldn't come as a surprise to learn that I was quite proud of the recent order that came out concerning the minimum wage, as those that have followed my political career closely will know that I have long campaigned for an increase of the minimum wage and its transformation into an effective living wage, a figure that at the moment stands at $22.75 which is conveniently the figure that was included in the order.
Under this new living wage everyone working in Aotearoa New Zealand will be secure in the knowledge that they are earning enough not just to scrape by every week but to be active members of their community, now such a decision will have an immediate impact on both the individual and family as quite a fair few people will be freed from the stress associated from debt, a state of affairs which I believe everyone in this country should feel rather happy about.
In this strange article, the Leader of the National Party claims that this increase in the minimum wage will have both a negative impact on the waitress, who according to the National Party doesn't need to be paid a living wage and the factory worker who receives a higher salary, however, if you think about it for a moment both these cases are rather nonsensical. In the example of the waitress, do they not have bills to be paid? Should they be unable to interact with their community due to lack of funds? It should be noted that waitresses also have children and other dependents that they need to support and therefore will be greatly assisted by this change.
Furthermore, the industrial worker in the example given by the Leader of the Opposition will not be impacted by this change, although as I stated earlier the rate of which the minimum wage has been set is the same as the living wage, so I doubt the Leader of the Oppositions claims that the worker would be left out of pocket. Nethertheless, the individual in this case will be free to continue to work at hourly rate above $22.75, of course, if they believe they are being unfairly paid in relation to their labour they can always join a trade union, organise and agitate for a larger salary with their fellow comrades.
It is here where it gets quite awkward, as the National Party are not on the side of trade unions nor the side of workers rights, as evidenced by their position to attack Alliance for our decision to remove the Hobbit laws, now for those unfamiliar with the Hobbit laws they were a series of regulatory sweeteners offered by New Zealand to the film industry in an attempt to try and attract more media companies, ultimately, it meant that those working in the entertainment industry would no longer be afforded the same protection of their fellow workers.
I do not believe that those working in the entertainment sector should be treated as lesser workers simply because they decided to work in the entertainment industry, and it is quite telling that those in the National Party believe that we should appease these extremely wealthy multinational companies by effectively sacrificing our workers, no surprise that they are quite invested in reducing the power of the trade union movement.
In conclusion, the National Party is effectively fighting for the wealthiest few in Aotearoa New Zealand who are clearly upset with what Alliance have accomplished over the past few months, and are now trying to desperately claw back these gains and return to the days when workers weren't paid a living wage and when those working in the entertainment industry were treated as lesser compared to other workers.
Alliance is dedicated to securing the gains that we've accomplished for our workers, and unlike the Leader of the Opposition I don't have to make such a promise behind a pen name
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2021.12.03 14:07 Mell46 New EU server, Welcome in and try Kingz Of EUROPE !
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2021.12.03 14:07 parallelea 80$ Duty and taxes??
Hi! I paid 20$ shipping on a 145$ cardigan and now I have to pay an extra 80$ on duty/taxes. anyone knows why? this seems incredibly expensive.
note: I live in canada
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2021.12.03 14:07 -en- @Reuters: Every Toyota car sold in Western Europe will be zero-emission models by 2035. The Japanese carmaker made the announcement as it looks to stay in line with tighter emission rules in the region https://t.co/3J69SMIAqq https://t.co/hTiKuKBnlk
2021.12.03 14:07 ZoobBot 190139
2021.12.03 14:07 io-euro-gano-calsto Whitetail deer limb my grandmother’s dog found.
2021.12.03 14:07 RhydianC1547 Blood in my discharge?
Hi guys I’m in need of some advice
My last two period have been irregular but they’re usually always regular. One of them was two weeks late then the other way four days early. I’m four days away from ovulation and have just spotted some light blood in my discharge. Is this something to be concerned about?
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2021.12.03 14:07 f4nt4zm4 ❤️🍑🍑❤️
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2021.12.03 14:07 t1m_b3nz3dr1n3-0 Value of a +40 res HOTO?
I ended up getting a perfect HOTO the other day, and I just wonder whether it would be worth trying to trade for a couple things I need like an Arachnid Mesh and maybe even a crap CTA (better than none right?) and other gear for the Hammerdin I'm working on. It's the only HOTO I have, so I'd also need a replacement.
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2021.12.03 14:07 DerAlman2 Nudes
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2021.12.03 14:07 Jony3Legs For those of you who regularly reach +2200 trophies, how fast is your 1/2 mile usually with T5? I’m running 8.3 and struggling to reach 1800 trophies in the current Showdown.
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2021.12.03 14:07 Bamboo_infj How to apply an effect on a keyed out area?
I keyed out a moving magnifying glass and want to apply some distortion to the video that I applied underneath. I can’t create a mask cause then I won’t be able to apply mocha tracking data onto it. How do I achieve that by using a new layer?
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2021.12.03 14:07 diegoartx Censura en Youtube
Una lata, se pasan borrando los comentarios que no les parecen tanto en T13 (vayan a probar, comenten algo neutral pero que haga pensar a los bots de Youtube y luego de un rato busquen su comentario) como los canales de los de ultraderecha y bastantes otros medios nacionales. Se pasan de descarados, lo peor es que después los abuelitos y gente con acceso solo a lo más masivo lee los comentarios en Youtube y se queda con esas imágenes ultra hiper mega sesgadas que generan allá. Si Kast está teniendo posibilidades creo que es mayoritariamente por eso.
Así se deben sentir los Chinos, qué mal.
Por ejemplo, en ese vídeo comente esto: https://imgur.com/a/OdbUStC
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2021.12.03 14:07 shadowbeast99 there's an upcoming AMA for avengers, dear fellow spider-man fans can you please participate in the AMA and ask why the symbiote suit isn't in the game and if we could see it in the future?
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2021.12.03 14:07 -en- @Reuters: China's Guangdong summons Evergrande boss after debt repayment warning https://t.co/RZjFcANeOw https://t.co/084qpKeAY5
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2021.12.03 14:07 marksistbarstard Efficacy and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 infection: interim results of a living systematic review, 1 January to 14 May 2021
Evidence on COVID-19 vaccine efficacy/effectiveness (VE) in preventing asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections is needed to guide public health recommendations for vaccinated people. We report interim results of a living systematic review. We identified a total of 30 studies that investigated VE against symptomatic and/or asymptomatic infection. In fully vaccinated individuals, VE against symptomatic and asymptomatic infections was 80–90% in nearly all studies. Fully vaccinated persons are less likely to become infected and contribute to transmission.
In detail, we report the interim results of the review focusing on two research questions:
- What is the efficacy/effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in preventing SARS-CoV-2 infections (irrespective of whether those infected were symptomatic or asymptomatic)?
- What is the efficacy/effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in preventing asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections?
Prevention of infection
Of the 30 studies, 26 investigated the efficacy/effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in preventing SARS-CoV-2 infections, based on reports of number of symptomatic and asymptomatic PCR-positive individuals [3-18,22-31] (Table 1). Studies were conducted in eight different countries (Denmark (n=1), Israel (n=4), Italy (n=1), Qatar (n=1), Spain (n=2), Sweden (n=1), UK (n=8), US (n=7)) and one study was multi-centric . They included between 463 and 2,183,000 participants aged 16–99 years. Two studies were RCTs, 19 studies had a cohort design and five were case–control studies, including two with test-negative design. In 12 studies, the effectiveness of Comirnaty (BionTech, Mainz, Germany/Pfizer, Puurs, Belgium) was evaluated. Two studies investigated COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen (Janssen-Cilag International, Beerse, Belgium), one study studied Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca/Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom (UK)), and 11 studies investigated more than one vaccine.
Prevention of asymptomatic infection
Seven of 30 studies investigated VE against asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections [11,19-22,31,32] (Table 2). With the exception of one study that had a multicentre design with study centres in the US, Brazil and South Africa, the remainder were performed in single centres in Israel (n = 3), the UK (n = 1) and the US (n = 2). Studies included between 5,217 and more than 300,000 participants, with three of them including healthcare workers only. Only the multicentre study investigating COVID-19 vaccine Janssen was an RCT . The other studies had a cohort design and investigated Comirnaty or Comirnaty and COVID-19 vaccine Moderna using either hospital, insurance or surveillance data. In five of these six studies, VE against asymptomatic infection after one dose of Comirnaty or COVID-19 vaccine Moderna ranged from 36% to 79%. Five cohort studies also analysed VE against asymptomatic infection after a second dose and reported VE estimates between 80% and 94%. For the single-dose regimen of COVID-19 vaccine Janssen, VE against asymptomatic infections was 74% in the RCT .
These interim results of a living systematic review show that after completed course the EMA-approved COVID-19 vaccines have a VE of 80% to 90% in preventing SARS-CoV2 infections, including asymptomatic ones.
Results of this living systematic review imply that COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective in preventing SARS-CoV-2 infections, including those which are asymptomatic. From a public health perspective, it can be concluded that fully vaccinated persons might in some instances still become PCR-positive for SARS-CoV-2 but only play a minor role in the transmission of SARS-CoV-2.
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2021.12.03 14:07 yuvng_matt Bots got 100's of pairs, one person alone got 320. Fix your shit Converse and DONT BUY FROM RESELLERS.
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2021.12.03 14:07 lewisnyc YSK: When frustrated with a company, instead of telling the CSR "YOU did XYZ bad thing to me," say "COMPANY did XYZ bad thing to me."
Why YSK: CSRs have an unbelievably difficult job. Framing your frustration as being the fault of the company, and not the CSR personally is not only the kind thing to do, it also increases the odds that the rep will go above and beyond to help you since you are not being unduly adversarial.
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2021.12.03 14:07 Sayakube New Kyousaya Illustration from the 10th Anniversary Book Vol. 3
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2021.12.03 14:07 LiterallyStonkler Analysis-Didi’s New York exit a further blow to Chinese listings in U.S.
2021.12.03 14:07 SanghVadam Discussion - STAKING:
I know nothing about nothing, but I am encouraging open dialogue and looking and looking for opinions…
Interested in staking, but I have never staked before… I have faith in the project, but this is a jump I am nervous about for a few reasons:
If for example, we are at 40% of total supply staked, and the percentage increases over time…