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USA-FISCAL/
RTR3EEJP
February 28, 2013
Senate Budget Committee chair Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) holds up a copy of a federal employees' Worker...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senate Budget Committee chair Murray holds up a copy of a federal employees' Worker Adjustment and Retraining...
Senate Budget Committee chair Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) holds up a copy of a federal employees' Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington February 28, 2013. Positions hardened on Wednesday between the U.S. President and Republican congressional leaders over the budget crisis even as they arranged to hold last-ditch talks to prevent harsh automatic spending cuts beginning this week. Looking resigned to the $85 billion in "sequestration" cuts starting on Friday, government agencies began reducing costs and spelling out to employees how furloughs will work. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY). REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-FISCAL/
RTR3EEJF
February 28, 2013
Senate Budget Committee chair Senator Patty Murray holds up a copy of a federal employees' Worker Adjustment...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senate Budget Committee chair Murray holds up a copy of a federal employees' Worker Adjustment and Retraining...
Senate Budget Committee chair Senator Patty Murray holds up a copy of a federal employees' Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington February 28, 2013. Positions hardened on Wednesday between the U.S. President and Republican congressional leaders over the budget crisis even as they arranged to hold last-ditch talks to prevent harsh automatic spending cuts beginning this week. Looking resigned to the $85 billion in "sequestration" cuts starting on Friday, government agencies began reducing costs and spelling out to employees how furloughs will work. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is seen on left. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOOG
February 12, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOOE
February 12, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOLK
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOLJ
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOLI
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOLC
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOLB
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOLA
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOL4
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOFU
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOF9
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOF6
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOES
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MILITARY-WOUNDED/CYBERSECURITY
RTR2XOER
February 11, 2012
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...
Virginia Beach, UNITED STATES
Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach
U.S. Marine Sergeant Michael Kidd works on a computer at ECPI University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, February 7, 2012. Cyberspace was a hobby for Kidd before he joined the Marines in 2003, but he hopes to make it his new battlefield after suffering debilitating injuries in Iraq. At the naval air station in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the 26-year-old from Williamsburg is retraining to fight cyber threats, one of a number of wounded warriors transitioning to non-traditional combat fields in order to continue serving the United States' defense needs. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6ZG
April 27, 2010
Shameeka Welch, 17, (L) and Fallon Tooks, 27, pose outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Welch, and Tooks pose outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Shameeka Welch, 17, (L) and Fallon Tooks, 27, pose outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6ZD
April 27, 2010
Cafe diners look at a painting on the wall of Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Cafe diners look at a painting on the wall of Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Cafe diners look at a painting on the wall of Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6ZC
April 27, 2010
Shameeka Welch, 17, shows her tattoos outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Welch shows her tattoos outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Shameeka Welch, 17, shows her tattoos outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6Z9
April 27, 2010
A woman looks at a menu illustration in the kitchen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A woman looks at a menu illustration in the kitchen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
A woman looks at a menu illustration in the kitchen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6Z8
April 27, 2010
Customers eat breakfast at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Customers eat breakfast at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Customers eat breakfast at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6YT
April 27, 2010
Women prepare lunch orders at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Women prepare lunch orders at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Women prepare lunch orders at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6YL
April 27, 2010
Waitress Glenda Alvarenga, 24, wears a t-shirt that reads, "Nothing stops a Bullet like a Job", as she...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Waitress Alvarenga wears a t-shirt that reads, "Nothing stops a Bullet like a Job", as she works at Homegirl...
Waitress Glenda Alvarenga, 24, wears a t-shirt that reads, "Nothing stops a Bullet like a Job", as she works at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6YH
April 27, 2010
Abbigale Perez, 19, prepares food at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Perez prepares food at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Abbigale Perez, 19, prepares food at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6YB
April 27, 2010
Abbigale Perez, 19, prepares food at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Perez prepares food at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Abbigale Perez, 19, prepares food at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6Y6
April 27, 2010
A menu is seen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A menu is seen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
A menu is seen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6Y1
April 27, 2010
Customers eat lunch beneath a painting at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Customers eat lunch beneath a painting at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Customers eat lunch beneath a painting at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW FOOD)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6XR
April 27, 2010
Waitress Stephanie Lane, 21, waits for a lunch order at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Waitress Lane waits for a lunch order at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Waitress Stephanie Lane, 21, waits for a lunch order at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6XP
April 27, 2010
Cynthia Chavez, 21, chops peppers in the kitchen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Chavez chops peppers in the kitchen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Cynthia Chavez, 21, chops peppers in the kitchen at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6XM
April 27, 2010
Waitress Glenda Alvarenga, 24, picks up lunch plates at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Waitress Alvarenga, picks up lunch plates at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Waitress Glenda Alvarenga, 24, picks up lunch plates at Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6XL
April 27, 2010
Stephanie Lane, 21, makes tortilla chips in the kitchen of Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Lane makes tortilla chips in the kitchen of Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Stephanie Lane, 21, makes tortilla chips in the kitchen of Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HOMEGIRL/
RTXS6XI
April 27, 2010
Shameeka Welch, 17, (L) and Fallon Tooks, 27, pose outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Welch, and Tooks, pose outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles
Shameeka Welch, 17, (L) and Fallon Tooks, 27, pose outside Homegirl Cafe in Los Angeles, April 23, 2010. Homegirl Cafe is staffed by 30 at risk and formerly gang involved young women, who are training to learn restaurant and catering work. Picture taken April 23, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
Financial Crisis
Financial Crisis
Michigan Retrains Auto Workers - 03 Aug 2009
19 PICTURES
USA-UNEMPLOYED/RETRAINING
RTR26DLW
August 03, 2009
Unemployed medical engineer Jim Lynch, 49, listens during an orientation meeting at the Michigan Works...
Lansing, UNITED STATES
Unemployed medical engineer Jim Lynch, 49, listens during an orientation meeting at the Michigan Works...
Unemployed medical engineer Jim Lynch, 49, listens during an orientation meeting at the Michigan Works office in Lansing, Michigan July 22, 2009. Michigan's official unemployment rate hit 15.2 percent in June, easily higher than any other U.S. state. After more than a century of making cars, Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers, now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. Picture taken July 22, 2009. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYED/RETRAINING
RTR26DLL
August 03, 2009
Unemployed locomotive freight engineer Michael Robinson, 53, looks for a job online at the Michigan Works...
Lansing, UNITED STATES
Unemployed locomotive freight engineer Michael Robinson, 53, looks for a job online at the Michigan Works...
Unemployed locomotive freight engineer Michael Robinson, 53, looks for a job online at the Michigan Works office in Lansing, Michigan July 22, 2009. Michigan's official unemployment rate hit 15.2 percent in June, easily higher than any other U.S. state. After more than a century of making cars, Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers, now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DLE
August 03, 2009
Unemployed worker Rose Mary Golden-Pasley, 59, (L) looks for a job online at the Michigan Works office...
Lansing, UNITED STATES
Unemployed worker Rose Mary Golden-Pasley, 59, looks for a job online at the Michigan Works office in...
Unemployed worker Rose Mary Golden-Pasley, 59, (L) looks for a job online at the Michigan Works office in Lansing, Michigan July 22, 2009. Michigan's official unemployment rate hit 15.2 percent in June, easily higher than any other U.S. State. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DLC
August 03, 2009
'Michigan Works' worker Nancy Ranson (R) helps unemployed worker Rose Mary Golden-Pasley, 59, do a job...
Lansing, UNITED STATES
'Michigan Works' worker Ranson helps unemployed worker Golden-Pasley, 59, do a job search on a computer...
'Michigan Works' worker Nancy Ranson (R) helps unemployed worker Rose Mary Golden-Pasley, 59, do a job search on a computer at the Michigan Works office in Lansing, Michigan July 22, 2009. Michigan's official unemployment rate hit 15.2 percent in June, easily higher than any other U.S. state. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DK0
August 03, 2009
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands inthe garage to his house in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009....
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands in the garage to his house in Chesterfield Township, Michigan
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands inthe garage to his house in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009. Stahovec spent 23 years working as a design and project engineer for various auto suppliers and automakers before losing his job in July 2008. He is now earning an associate degree in renewable energy technology. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DJT
August 03, 2009
Ken Stahovec, 46, (L) sits in back of his house with his wife Kim, their children Gina (2ndL) and Ryan...
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
Ken Stahovec, 46, sits in back of his house with his wife Kim, their children Gina and Ryan and their...
Ken Stahovec, 46, (L) sits in back of his house with his wife Kim, their children Gina (2ndL) and Ryan and their two pet hamsters in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009. Stahovec spent 23 years working as a design and project engineer for various auto suppliers and automakers before losing his job in July 2008. He is now earning an associate degree in renewable energy technology. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DJQ
August 03, 2009
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands outside the garage to his house in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28,...
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands outside the garage to his house in Chesterfield Township, Michigan
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands outside the garage to his house in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009. Stahovec spent 23 years working as a design and project engineer for various auto suppliers and automakers before losing his job in July 2008. He is now earning an associate degree in renewable energy technology. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DJO
August 03, 2009
Ken Stahovec, 46, (L) sits in back of his house with his wife Kim (2ndR) and their children Gina and...
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
Ken Stahovec, 46, sits in back of his house with his wife Kim and their children Gina and Ryan in Chesterfield...
Ken Stahovec, 46, (L) sits in back of his house with his wife Kim (2ndR) and their children Gina and Ryan (R) in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009. Stahovec spent 23 years working as a design and project engineer for various auto suppliers and automakers before losing his job in July 2008. He is now earning an associate degree in renewable energy technology. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYMENT/RETRAINING
RTR26DJN
August 03, 2009
Ken Stahovec, 46, (L) sits in back of his house with his wife Kim (2nd R) and their children Gina and...
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
Ken Stahovec, 46, sits in back of his house with his wife Kim and their children Gina and Ryan in Chesterfield...
Ken Stahovec, 46, (L) sits in back of his house with his wife Kim (2nd R) and their children Gina and Ryan (R) in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009. Stahovec spent 23 years working as a design and project engineer for various auto suppliers and automakers before losing his job in July 2008. He is now earning an associate degree in renewable energy technology. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-UNEMPLOYED/PROFILES
RTR26DJG
August 03, 2009
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands in front of his house with his wife Kim and their daughter Gina in Chesterfield...
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands in front of his house with his wife Kim and their daughter Gina in Chesterfield...
Ken Stahovec, 46, stands in front of his house with his wife Kim and their daughter Gina in Chesterfield Township, Michigan July 28, 2009. Stahovev spent 23 years working as a design and project engineer for various auto suppliers and automakers before losing his job in July 2008. He is now earning an associate degree in renewable energy technology. After more than a century of making cars, the U.S. state of Michigan is retraining thousands of unemployed workers for new careers now that many of their jobs may be gone for good. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RUSSIA HUNGERSTRIKE/
RTXCX0M
March 18, 2009
Workers practise oxy welding in a re-education centre in the Ural town of Zlatoust March 16, 2009. The...
ZLATOUST, Russia
Workers practise oxy welding in a re-education centre in the Ural town of Zlatoust
Workers practise oxy welding in a re-education centre in the Ural town of Zlatoust March 16, 2009. The director of this sprawling steel mill in the Ural mountains has branded a group of hunger-striking workers as extremists who are threatening the social order in a time of economic crisis. But the small group of striking workers, who say their wages have fallen three-fold since September, are more worried about making payments on crippling consumer loans than fomenting class warfare. Picture taken March 16, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA BUSINESS)
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CHINA JOBS
RTRK6I1
May 23, 2004
Unemployed Chinese women attend computer class at Harbin Women's Training Centre in the northeastern...
Harbin, China - Peoples Republic of
UNEMPLOYED CHINESE WOMEN ATTEND COMPUTER CLASS IN HARBIN.
Unemployed Chinese women attend computer class at Harbin Women's Training Centre in the northeastern city of Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province, May 23, 2004. China, whose economy is growing almost 10 percent a year, called for more job creation in private business and industry to soak up millions of workers laid off from struggling state enterprises. China's urban jobless rate stood at about 4.3 percent at the end of 2003, a Labour Ministry report said. ECONM REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA
VIETNAM
RTXHKI8
April 17, 1997
- FILE PHOTO 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work in...
- FILE PHOTO 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work .....
- FILE PHOTO 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work in the country's booming garment industry. U.S. President Bill-Clinton, endorsed a code earlier this week aimed at halting sweatshop conditions at U.S. clothing and shoe factories around the world. The move came in the wake of reports of worker abuse in Asian plants making apparel for U.S. firms.
VIETNAM
RTXHKI3
April 17, 1997
- FILE PHOTO 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work in...
- FILE PHOTO 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work .....
- FILE PHOTO 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work in the country's booming garment industry. U.S. President Bill-Clinton, endorsed a code earlier this week aimed at halting sweatshop conditions at U.S. clothing and shoe factories around the world. The move came in the wake of reports of worker abuse in Asian plants making apparel for U.S. firms.
RTR34AB
April 17, 1997
FILE PHOTO DATED 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work...
FORMER VIETNAMESE SEX WORKERS SEW AT A TRAINING CENTRE IN HO CHI MINH CITY
FILE PHOTO DATED 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work in the country's booming garment industry. U.S. President Bill Clinton, endorsed a code earlier this week aimed at halting sweatshop conditions at U.S. clothing and shoe factories around the world. The move came in the wake of reports of worker abuse in Asian plants making apparel for U.S. firms.

ASIA LABOUR
RTR34A6
April 17, 1997
FILE PHOTO DATED 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work...
FORMER VIETNAMESE SEX WORKERS SEW AT A TRAINING CENTRE IN HO CHI MINH CITY
FILE PHOTO DATED 20JAN96 - Former sex workers at a centre near Ho Chi Minh City are retrained to work in the country's booming garment industry. U.S. President Bill Clinton, endorsed a code earlier this week aimed at halting sweatshop conditions at U.S. clothing and shoe factories around the world. The move came in the wake of reports of worker abuse in Asian plants making apparel for U.S. firms.

ASIA LABOUR
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