The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – September 3, 2012 Hands of Experience
More firms now seek the services of reliable, productive senior workers. What that means for the global workforce. By Mark Trumbull
INSIDE this week’s Monitor:
- IVORY – Curbing China’s huge demand
- JUSTICE – The US military’s quiet war
- BOOKS -- A preview of fall offerings
- AFGHANISTAN – An evolving insurgence
- DECLINE OF THE EURO VACATION – Longer days, too, as economy tightens
- IMMIGRATION – More friction as states rule
- GLOOMY FORECAST FOR FISCAL CLIFF
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