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Help wanted: Boeing says airlines need 1 million workers

NEW YORK  — Boeing says the airline industry will need to hire more than one million workers over the next 20 years to prepare for a wave of 30,000 new aircraft.

The airlines will need to hire 466,650 pilots and 596,500 maintenance crew workers between 2010 and 2029, the aircraft maker said Thursday. Read more of this post

Germany’s Deficit Doubled in Quarter


FRANKFURT—Germany’s fastest rate of growth in 20 years in the second quarter of 2010 couldn’t stop the country’s budget deficit from more than doubling in the first half, data showed Tuesday. Read more of this post

The Middle Class in America Is Radically Shrinking. Here Are the Stats to Prove it

By Michael Snyder| Recession

The 22 statistics detailed here prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class is being systematically wiped out of existence in America.

The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer at a staggering rate. Once upon a time, the United States had the largest and most prosperous middle class in the history of the world, but now that is changing at a blinding pace. Read more of this post

Crisis Awaits World’s Banks as Trillions Come Due


FRANKFURT — The sovereign debt crisis would seem to create worry enough for European banks, but there is another gathering threat that has not garnered as much notice: the trillions of dollars in short-term borrowing that institutions around the world must repay or roll over in the next two years. Read more of this post

Food, clinic help ‘forgotten’ Haitians

by Meredith Hays | Baptist Press

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti —An open door to Port-au-Prince’s deaf community has given Florida Baptist relief workers a vision to seek out clusters of forgotten people left stranded by the Jan. 12 earthquake. As they have found ways to minister to the deaf, leaders of the Confraternité Missionaire Baptiste d’Haiti convention “opened their eyes to a community of people that their eyes were blinded to,” said Dennis Wilbanks, partnership missions associate director for the Florida Baptist Convention, which has had a 15-year relationship with the CMBH. Read more of this post

Nelson Noël : “Haïti était la voix décisive pour la création de l’Etat Hébreux”

La GIM (Gédéon Israël Ministries) a décidé de reconstruire Haïti. Cette campagne est lancée par un Haïtien d’origine   nommé Nelson Noël.

Il lance une opération en faveur d’Haïti, avec une ferme conviction que le peuple haïtien entre dans une Nouvelle saison, qu’il ne faut absolument pas négliger.

Selon lui : ” Haïti était la voix décisive pour la création de l’Etat Hébreux, le 29 novembre 1947 devant l’ONU après la shoah ” par conséquent, il aimerait que tout le monde soutienne Haïti à l’instar d’Israël. Read more of this post

The crisis, a challenge for parents

One of the most important reforms followed this year is the fight against unemployment, which is itself a main consequence of the financial crisis. In general when there is a crisis outbreak, the first victims are always children –these children who, because of their parents losing their job in a more or less unfair way, have started to labor and work, seeking their daily bread.

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