In the course of trying to find average pay information for a part-time position my church is developing, I ran across the T. Rowe Price job listings. They have over 100 jobs available, most in the greater Baltimore area but I did notice at least one in Virginia and one in London. Many of the jobs are geared toward helping their customers with financial planning or are administrative (Investment Counselor, Personal Services Specialist); there are a number as well for people in the computer industry such as Systems Security Engineer and Sr. Database Manager.
Every so often I run across a website that mentions they have jobs available. Since there are Kossacks who are looking for jobs, there ought to be a way to let them know about these listings. I'm sure there are also other Kossacks who know of jobs and would like to share the information. I'm not sure the best way to do that but was thinking a weekly round-up where people could post links in the comments might be helpful.
Anyway, below the fold are a couple job openings that I've learned about.
I thought I would let my Congressman know MY ideas for addressing the deficit, since I don't like many of the ideas currently under consideration. Below the fold are the points I made in my letter to him - please add your suggestions in the comments and I'll send them on to him. Feel free to do the same!
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