It just goes to show how out of touch these vastly-overpaid, overhyped, football people are, when they can't tell the difference between a well-paid soft job
and real hard work.
It's a noble goal, but with shrinking aid and a soft job
market, this may potentially result in even more dropouts--far beyond the forecast in a college's enrollment report.
George has already angered fellow inmates by lining up a soft job
in the canteen.
The resulting credit freeze, lack of spending and soft job
markets has pushed the country into what some experts fear will be a prolonged recession.
This is no soft job
- the officers wear stab vests, carry truncheons and handcuffs, and have the same powers of arrest as the police.
Still, help-wanted is forecasted to slow this year as a result of a soft job
Meanwhile, the Retail Forward Index of Future Spending, which predicted declines in retail sales and consumer confidence in September, cites soft job
growth and economic uncertainty for consumer apprehension about spending.
Concerns related to North Korean nuclear advances and the soft job
market in South Korea contributed to a slump in consumer spending over the past 18 months.
Confronted with declining investment markets, soft job
prospects and increased healthcare costs, American workers have been cutting back on their 401(k) plan savings, according to an annual survey by PlanSponsor magazine.
Aviation Week, the Pravda of the defense industry, recently noted, "Senior officers from both services believe that A16s will be capable of performing [close air support], but junior officers see the aircraft as less capable than the A10 in this role and more suited to interdiction.' Translated, that means the deskbound brass in Washington, whose next career move will be early retirement to a soft job
with a contractor, believe, as usual, that no cost is too high and no plan too complex; field-grade officers, whose next career move could be putting their backsides on the line in combat, want weapons that work.
Staff-related costs were, however, unchanged from last month, "again reflecting a relatively soft job
'Swinging the lead' was considered a soft job
. When a ship approached an unfamiliar shore, a trusted sailor would be positioned in the bow to drop a marked line, weighted with lead, and call out the depth of the water.
"The soft job
growth underscores that GDP growth has also disappointed by tracking just below 2% in [the third quarter].
On the sales side sagging consumer confidence, reflecting the lackluster economy and soft job
market, appears to be causing shoppers to spend less on their food purchases."
An impressive pounds 6.25 million a year for a soft job
with a New York investment bank, in fact.