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Imported hukumat na manzoor.امپورٹڈحکومتنامنظور

 In Pakistan now every  where People says Imported hukumat na manzoor.#امپورٹڈحکومتنامنظور what is the Reason people says this .  Why people says this? what is the reason behind ? Now go back to few days ago Imran khan former prime minister of Pakistan says his govt falls by American govt and they will not accept Imported hukumat namanzoor. So now they call protest and make salogan Imported hukumat na manzoor. Now he will collect party fund to protest in all over Pakistan they need overseas Pakistani to help him to compain Imported hukumat na manzoor. . Thats why he make a website to oversee Pakistani to give funds to give strength to this compain. #امپورٹڈحکومتنامنظور Now its time to pakistani people how they can help Imran khan to this salogan Imported hukumat na manzoor.امپورٹڈحکومتنامنظور

how to make cv for jobEducation in university not learn student

School is over, and this time forever. You took all the exams, handed in your projects and discussed the thesis. And now? It's time to find a place to put what you've learned to use. The problem is that when deciding what to do after graduation, you often don't know where to start. This is why we have compiled a guide with do's and don'ts in terms of applications and interviews, with some tips for enjoying your first job after university. The candidacy TO DO: Take some time to recover your energy Nowhere is it written that you have to throw yourself into a job as soon as you graduate. After years of studying, you are entitled to a break. Your first job is an opportunity to start from scratch and the best way to do it is with a clear mind. The figures are on your side: according to the latest Istat report, in Italy in the 20 to 34 age group the employment rate of graduates is almost 30 points (28.6%) higher than that recorded among graduates. So after all the hours

University Degree before job

  What does Masters mean and how you can choose the right one for you by distinguishing real Masters from normal postgraduate courses Completed studies and graduation, what to do now? Italy is full of graduates who cannot find work and more and more former students do not know what to do after graduation. As many others are those who want to specialize but do not know which Master to choose and whether it is preferable to enroll in a Master or any advanced course. But then, how to make the right choice? Which specialization to choose? How to choose a Master? Let's try to tidy up. First of all, the following aspects must be taken into account when choosing: Placement data (i.e. the percentage of students actually entered into the world of work) Network of companies connected to the school , Quality of teachers Quality of training programs What is and what does Master mean A Master is a training course to be undertaken after graduation, which allows you to develop your knowled

job in Italy

 As anticipated, the first paragraph of art. Amendment No 4 enshrines the recognition of the right to work for all citizens and the commitment of the Republic to promote the conditions for making it effective. The inclusion of the provision among the fundamental principles is not accidental, just as the reference to the Republican not, rather than to the State, which as has been said underlines the involvement of the entire community (citizens and public authorities) in the pursuit of the indicated end. The genesis of the norm, in particular of this first paragraph, was not, however, painless or free from perplexity. The Constituents wondered for a long time how to decline the recognition of the right to work and even on the advisability of inserting such a provision in the Constitution. The fear was in fact to give constitutional cover to a right that the Republic, while committing itself to promote and recognize, would have difficulty in guaranteeing in a universal way. A fear that e

World Constitution to work as a right and duty on job/ Constitution, the Labour

 1. The content of Article 4 of the Constitution Among the "fundamental principles", contained in the first twelve articles of the Constitution, the Labour one stands out, which permeates the Constitutional Charter since its inception. "Italy is a democratic Republic founded on work reads Article 1,elevating work and democracy to founding values of the new state model crystallized in the Constitution. "The Republic protects work in all its forms and applications ",Article 35still states, but it is Article 4 of the Fundamental Charter that sets out the principle of worker in more detail. The norm reads: "The Republic recognizes the right to work for all citizens and promotes the conditions that make this right effective. Every citizen has the duty to carry out, according to his possibilities and his choice, an activity or a function that contributes to the material or spiritual progress of society." 2. Article 4 of the Constitution: the explanation The

job interview as it should be

 What does a job interview look like? What are you going to discuss? Should you ask for a salary? What questions are they not allowed to ask you? In this continuous work... Tinder that we live in, when candidates are looking for the next job opportunity and employers are looking for their next employee, there is a time, such a moment when everything is judged. It's the moment when at last the two sides will get to know each other and start thinking (both employers and you) job interview as it should be   First of all, let's tell you the good news. The fact that you are invited for an interview means that you have done something well! You aimed properly at a company and a job opening that suits you, and your CV stood out among many others. So half the distance, you have traveled! Let's go for the other half. Phone? Video? Video call? Or up close? Recruiters who believe that your profile and resume match what they are looking for today, have more than one way to get to know y

what education you must learn Chapter education: as long as I live I learn

  Chapter education: as long as I live I learn We get from this year's Career Guide the 10 tips that will make you learn more, acquire new skills and grow faster. OZM. The acronym for "As long as I live I learn"." This is perhaps the most important mindset to grow without stopping. Learning doesn't end with honking any degree. It escapes from the narrow confines of each frame, escapes from our age brackets and follows you even "at seventy-nine when you will be a grandmother", as Nikos Karvelas once said. Being stuck with learning is a way of life, and it helps you to always be one step ahead and to claim jobs and positions as you have imagined them. So organize what you want to learn and apply in your everyday life a skill that everyone asks for: learnability. 1. Learn where you can.  There is always something new to learn"(never think that you know what you need to know, because there is always someone who will know more than you. Find seminars th

10 questions you should ask yourself before you start looking for a job

 Without being influenced by anyone, ask yourself these questions, and the answers you get will determine a lot... Whether you're in the process of finding your first job, or you've worked before and now you just want to make a fresh start or your next step, it's necessary to gather your strength a little like Daniel-san in Karate Kid. Finding a job is not always an "attack", sometimes it assumes that you have spent some time "learning" yourself. So here are some questions that are good to ask yourself. 1. Do I know what I want? It's a tough question. Many of us do it all the time to ourselves and we do not get a clear answer. But trying to give an answer is helpful (even if that answer is not final or final). For example: What type of positions have you imagined yourself working in? What fascinates you the most? Where do you think you would dedicate with more pleasure? The answer "I would like to be an income earner in Fiji" is a popular a


  how old will you live? with an average life expectancy increase, you're probably in your 20s for another 100 years. and if you retire at about 60 now, when your average life expectancy is about 80, when will you retire from the job front? if you consider the people's back pyramid, you'll probably have to work until you're 90. so how many jobs will you have in the next 60 years or more? of course, you'll want to keep one stable job for life, as many people would like, but you may need to change jobs every 10 years. according to a 2013 report called the future of jobs at oxford university, 47% of existing jobs will be replaced by machines within a decade, 7.1 million jobs will disappear in major developed countries over five years at the 2016 world economic forum, and a 2011 report by the u.s. department of labor announced that 65% of primary school students would have jobs that year after college that year would be jobs that did not currently exist. this is caused

17 selections of characteristics of people who can work! The more decent people are, the more different their attitudes and attitudes toward work are.

 17 selections of characteristics of people who can work! The more decent people are, the more different their attitudes and attitudes toward work are. "Common items" that you need to know in order to become a person who can work When there are people who are depended on by everyone in the workplace and are producing results, they can be depressed by comparison. What are the characteristics of such a "person who can work" and what should be done to become a person who can work? In fact, "people who can work" have a lot in common, and it is a shortcut to imitate them. I will introduce the features, ways of thinking, lifestyles, etc. that I want to incorporate immediately. What kind of person is "a person who can work"? Even if you say that you can work, it depends on your position and expected performance, such as whether you are a young employee or a manager, but in general, you can say that you are a person who can be evaluated by others. The ev