People Working

Some articles on working, people, people working:

Metropolitan Borough Of Oldham - Economy
... compared 2001 UK Census Oldham Greater Manchester England Population of working age 152,602 1,805,315 35,532,091 Full-time employment 40.7% 40.3% 40.8% Part-time employment 11.6% 11.3% 11.8 ... Of these people, 2.1% were students with jobs, 3.9% students without jobs, 6.7% looking after home or family, 7.7% permanently sick or disabled and 3.8% economically inactive for other reasons ... was below the national average of 1.5% and the rates of people working in the areas of finance and property were below the national averages of 4.8% and 13.2 respectively ...
Thoothoor - Economy
... The sweat of our boat owners and fishermen working with them make wonders to their generation ... The children should be very proud to have had such hard working ancestors and parents ... In terms of jobs, in Thoothoor there are a few main sectors, a large number of people from this place are working in their respective industries such ...
Spitsbergen - Economy
... In 2007, there were 484 people working in the mining sector, 211 people working in the tourism sector and 111 people working in the education sector ... In 2006, the average income for economically active people was NOK 494,700—23% higher than on the mainland ... Because of this, it is almost impossible to live on Spitsbergen without working for an established institution ...

Famous quotes containing the words working and/or people:

    Educators are aware that they can reach the youth only by making use of gang spirit and guiding it, not by working against it.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    Thus when I come to shape here at this table between my hands the story of my life and set it before you as a complete thing, I have to recall things gone far, gone deep, sunk into this life or that and become part of it; dreams, too, things surrounding me, and the inmates, those old half-articulate ghosts who keep up their hauntings by day and night ... shadows of people one might have been; unborn selves.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)