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Employment in Canada rose by 31,800 to a total of more than 18.6 million jobs in June, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by Statistics Canada. The surge follows two months of little change.Part-time jobs rose by 22,700 in June while full-time employment posted a gain of 9,100 jobs. On a year-over-year basis, June employment increased by a rounded figure of 214,900 jobs on a gain of 284,100 full-time jobs and a loss of 69,100 part-time jobs.More people were employed in construction, natural resources, and manufacturing; at the same time, employment decreased in accommodation and food services, and in agriculture. There was little change in the number of employees in both the private and public sectors, as well as in self-employment.The number of employed people increased for men aged55and older, while it held steady for the other demographic groups.The unemployment rate increased to 6.0% in June from 5.8% in May.Employment increased in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. There was little change in the other provinces.In Ontario, employment rose by35,000in June. With more people looking for work, the unemployment rate in Ontario increased to5.9% in June from 5.7% in May. […]

A new survey found 65% believe freelancers were happier than other professionals and 26% expected to be a freelancer at some point in their career, TechRepublic reported, citing a Reportlinker study. It also found that only 40% of US millennials felt loyal to their companies. […]

US temporary help services jobs rose by 3.2% in June on a year-over-year basis, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Compared to May, the number of US temp jobs rose by 9,300. And May’s decrease in temporary jobs was revised to 4,700 from the previously reported 7,800.The temp penetration rate — temporary jobs as a percent of total employment — remained at 2.04% in June.“Though data can be choppy on a monthly basis, we would not be surprised to see temporary staffing continue to benefit from the favorable changes in the economy in the short-term as businesses adjust to greater demand, after which we expect the industry to cool to a slower pace more typical of the mature phase in an economic cycle,” said Tony Gregoire, research director at Staffing Industry Analysts.Total nonfarm jobs rose by 213,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis in June. The US unemployment rate was 4.0% in June, up from 3.8% in May. The increase was entirely driven by a surge in the labor force of 601,000 people, according to Staffing Industry Analysts’ analysis of the BLS report.The college-level unemployment rate — which can serve as a proxy for professional employment — rose to 2.3% in June from 2.0% in May.The two main messages from today's jobs report are that both employment and the labor force still continue to grow rapidly even though a low unemployment rate means fewer workers are on the sidelines than before, according to Gad Levanon, chief economist, North America, at The Conference Board.“Given the continued strength in the US economy, we expect more of the same for the labor market in coming months: more people joining the labor force, but strong job growth will continue to tighten the labor market, further accelerating wage growth,” Levanon said in a statement.Click on charts to enlarge. […]

Global CEO confidence edged down in the second quarter, according to The Conference Board. Its measure of CEO confidence decreased to a level of 63, from 65 in the first quarter.A reading of more than 50 reflects more positiveresponses than negative ones.“CEO Confidence declined slightly in Q2, but overall sentiment remains positive,” said Lynn Franco, director of economic indicators at The Conference Board. “CEOs’ optimism regarding the growth prospects for both mature and emerging economies have eased considerably since the beginning of the year. However, most CEOs expect profits will increase over the coming year, with market/demand growth and cost reductions the major driving forces.”CEOs’ assessment of current economic conditions was about the same as in the first quarter of 2018, with 74% reporting conditions are better compared to six months ago. CEO sentiment was also virtually unchanged regarding the assessment of current conditions in their own industries, with about 51% reporting conditions are better than six months ago.Looking ahead, however, CEOs’ expectations regarding the economic outlook are much less optimistic than last quarter. Now, just 48% expect economic conditions to improve over the next six months, down from 63% in the second quarter.CEOs’ assessment of current conditions in the US retreated slightly, but overall remains positive. Sentiment regarding Europe and Brazil declined sharply, with confidence regarding current conditions in Europe going from positive to neutral. In Brazil, sentiment went from positive to negative. Sentiment regarding India declined, although to a lesser extent, and remains cautiously positive. CEOs’ assessment of China and Japan remained about the same as in the first quarter.Looking forward, CEOs are the most optimistic about short-term prospects for the US, though less so than in the first quarter of this year. Expectations for Europe declined from positive to neutral, while expectations regarding China, Japan and India are neutral to slightly positive. Expectations for Brazil, however, have turned slightly negative.nbs […]

RSRPartners, a Greenwich, Conn.-based executive search and leadership consulting firm, announced Alan Rennewill lead the firm’sindustrial technology practice. Prior to joining RSR Partners, Renne was a managing director for Russell Reynolds Associates and was with The Coca-Cola Company in senior general management positions.ON Partners, a retained executive search firm, appointed Heidi Hoffman as partner. Hoffman will lead the firm’s supply chain practice from its Atlanta office. Hoffman most recently was a senior client partner at Korn Ferry, where she led the firm’s Global Supply Chain Center of Expertise in North America.Soltech Inc., an Atlanta, Ga.-based firm that provides IT staffing among other services, added two members to its leadership team:Edgard Negron as head of marketing and Chris Tyner as leader of technical operations.Most recently, Negron led NewPoint Media Group’s digital marketing department, while Tynerwas a member of the leadership team in a joint venture between Sharecare and the Hospital Corporation of America. […]

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Dealing with Sentence-Level Issues

The most important part of writing is to make sure your reader can understand what you're trying to say. Noam Chomsky, a famous American Linguist from the 20th and 21st century, that clear content is more important than perfect grammar when he came up with the sentence:

Technically, this sentence is grammatical; it has a subject () and a predicate (). However, this sentence doesn't . This is why content is more important than grammar--you can have impeccable grammar, and say nothing, but if you say something with less-than-perfect grammar, most people will still understand what you're trying to say.

Keeping that in mind, once you've dealt with content issues like organization, clarity, quality and depth of analysis, etc., then, , can you turn to sentence-level issues...

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First, try reading your work out loud

No matter how silly you feel doing it, do it!

Ask yourself: do my words sound when I read them out loud?

"Right" here means "grammatical" according to a native speaker's intuition

Reading aloud forces you to pay closer attention to your phrasing, spelling, and punctuation

Also try reading your work aloud ; this forces you to look at every single word

Next, ask yourself, "which sentences actually make my paper more difficult to understand and aren't just 'ungrammatical?'"

Things like spelling and punctuation don't need to be dealt with until your final revision or so

Now that you've read your work out loud and you've found a few things you consider "ungrammatical," here are 10 of the most common sentence-level problems and some to help you tackle them:

2.3. In the Suffering Christ Every Sick Person finds the Meaning his or her Afflictions

During the celebration of the fifth World Day of the Sick held at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima, in Portugal, the Holy Father addressed those who suffer in body and spirit. He urged them to resist the temptation to regard pain and suffering as an experience which is only negative, to the point of doubting God’s goodness. He proclaimed the Church’s conviction that “in the suffering Christ every sick person finds the meaning of his or her afflictions. Suffering and illness belong to the condition of man, a fragile limited creature, marked by original sin from birth on. In Christ, who died and rose again, however, humanity discovers a new dimension to its suffering: instead of a failure, it reveals itself to be the occasion for offering witness to faith and love.” Patent Leather Ballerinas US55 / Red Salvatore Ferragamo aysnWmnyu

Addressing thousands of pilgrims gathered at St. Peter’s Square, Rome, to celebrate the eighth World Day of the Sick, Pope John Paul II told them that the Christian community is celebrating the year 2000 as the Holy Year. This special event in the Church should, among others, be an occasion for what the Pope called “the purification of memory”. In other words, it is call to all who bear the name of Christian to look back and recognize the wrongs they have done in the course of the two thousand year of Christian history. The Pope went on to argue that much need conversion and purification will also be promoted in the world of suffering and health. He invited the suffering and the sick to accept their pain and illness and turn into a source of purification and salvation for themselves and for others. They should bear in mind that “just as the Resurrection transformed Christ’s wounds into a source of healing and salvation, so for every sick person the light of the risen Christ is a confirmation that the way of fidelity to God can triumph in the gift of self until the Cross and can transform illness itself into a source of joy and resurrection.” [lxv]

The celebration of the ninth World Day of the Sick took place in the Cathedral of Sydney, Australia, in 2001. In his message to the sick and suffering the Pope invited them to contemplate the mystery of the incarnate Word, in which human pain finds its supreme and surest point of reference. He insisted that the Christian faith teaches that even in suffering, pain, illness or death, humans are not beyond God’s reach. Talking about his own experience of ill-health, he told the suffering and the sick that he has come to understand more and more clearly its value for his Petrine ministry and for the church’s life. He went on to invite the suffering all over the world to “contemplate with faith the mystery of Christ crucified and risen, in order to discover God’s loving plan in their own experience of pain. Only by looking at Jesus, “a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief” (Is. 53:3), is it possible to find serenity and trust.” [lxvi]

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Nadal hasn’t dropped a set so far in the tournament. Against de Minaur, he faced only three break points and saved them all, while producing nearly twice as many winners, 30-17.

This is Nadal’s eighth trip to the round of 16 at the All England Club, where he has won two of his 17 Grand Slam titles. A year ago, the Spaniard lost at that stage.

He and Roger Federer have swapped the No. 1 ranking a half-dozen times this season, the most since there were eight changes in 1999.

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Fourth seed Alexander Zverev was upset by Latvian qualifier Ernests Gulbis , a former top-10 player,7-6 (2), 4-6, 5-7, 6-3, 6-0.

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Fifth-seeded Juan Martin del Potro and former finalist Milos Raonic advanced.

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FONTENAY-LE-COMTE, France (AP) — Chris Froome tumbled off the road into a grassy field in the opening stage of the Tour de France on Saturday, immediately putting his pursuit of a record-tying fifth title in peril.

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With grass stains on his right shoulder and back, Froome got back up and crossed 51 seconds behind Fernando Gaviria , the Colombian who claimed the race’s first yellow jersey with a commanding sprint victory.

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“I saw a lot of crashes out there today. It’s just one of those things. We always knew the first few days were going to be tricky and going to be sketchy. It’s part of the game unfortunately,” said Froome, who went down with about 5 kilometers to go as the sprinters’ teams jockeyed for position.

“I’m just grateful I’m not injured in any way and there’s a lot of road to cover before Paris obviously.”

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