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  • Tremendous Business To The American Wheat Industries
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    The 1920'the 1920's were a decade of enjoyment, employment, and for some disappointment. It was a decade classified as the 'roaring twenties. ' Men returning from World War I had to deal with unemployment, wheat farmers and oil companies were striking it rich, new modern conveniences were being thought up, and fashion was a major issue among the rich. During the twenties the economy had a definite impact on the society. It benefited some, but hurt others. The people that benefited were the prair...
  • Job Outlook For The Truck Driver
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    My Occupation: Truck Driver Merri an Webster's Dictionary defines the word trucker as; 1: one whose business is transporting goods by truck 2: a truck driver. Truckers were 2,900,000 strong in 1994 (Ouellet 11). Most people really do not think about it, but almost everything that we will use today was at one time or another on a truck. People even say that if the trucks stopped making deliveries to New York City the city would run out of food and raw materials in three days. Whether this is exag...
  • Gambling Industry
    471 words
    High Stakes Presently, America is experiencing a gambling boom. Everywhere you look there's at least one advertisement involving gambling. Whether it's a new Las Vegas hotel or a one-dollar scratcher, it seems to catch people's eyes. Although it may look like a lot of glam and hype, there's a dark side to the gambling industry, one people overlook the harsh consequences of. The gambling industry grasps a hold of everyone's attention. Lotteries appeal to the low economic levels of society as a wa...
  • Most Important Factor For Industries
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    The Industrial Heartland -- Megalopolis There are basically seven factors that must be met before an industry can start to take place in a particular area. Those seven factors are: raw materials, transportation, energy, markets, labour, capital, and government. The Industrial Heartland is almost like one big industry, connected in a vast megalopolis. I'll be taking a closer look at these factors and the way this area meets the locational factors. The Industrial Heartland is an area that includes...
  • James Pickering Dovel
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    James Pickering Dovel Historians have called Sloss Furnace a perfect example of the New South. The Civil War awakened southern men to the industrial potential of Alabama. It became an arsenal of the Deep South with a significant number of foundries and rolling mills. During Reconstruction and the early Modern Era, a number of prominent southern men wanted to build an Alabama based on industry and commerce. Sloss Furnace represents an embodiment of the spirit and will of the New South. The men wh...
  • Essential To The Progress Of Labor
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    There has been much debate on whether or not industrialization aided the progress of social progress. Many feel that the industrialization of towns was the perfect way to get the social progress wave started. Others felt that industrialization did more harm than good. By taking a look at the views of Adam Smith, Hammond, and Frederic Engels, we will see exactly what makes people take these opposing views. According to Adam Smith in Wealth of Nations, industrialization of the economy seemed to re...
  • Kile And His Girlfriend To Hollywood
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    "Paying my dues" At the age of eight Kile Hanold looked up at his mother at the local Smith's grocery store, and asked "Why I'm I not in commercials or modeling?" Kile Hanold also known as Kile Vande m (that's his stage name) knew what he wanted to do since a young age. He had the drive and passion for the film industry since he can remember. The only problem being that he lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, not exactly the acting capitol of the world. He had a life there, and some tough decisions...
  • People In Support For The War
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    In Europe Adolf Hitler was commanding the Nazi party to take over Europe along with Benito Mussolini, the fascist dictator of Italy. In the Pacific Ocean, Japanese war ships were on the move to expand their empire. The United States, a nation trying to stay neutral because of the huge number of deaths in World War I, decides to come to the aid of the world fearing a war on their own land. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt instates drafts, provides more money to the military, converts the natio...
  • Industrial Engineering Technicians
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    For the subject of my research paper I chose the occupation of Industrial Engineering Technology. This job is very similar to one I might have since my major might be Industrial Technology. The industrial field is one that I am very interested in and offers many different jobs to choose from. A few of the jobs included in the industrial field are; Industrial Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Industrial Distributor (sales), and various management positions. All of these are demanding and important c...

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