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US Vice President MIke Pence became the target of jokes after he was about to fall down the plane

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US Vice President Mike Pence, 61, was the target of social media amusement. That was after he tripped on the stairs of the Air Force Two plane, while boarding, on Tuesday, June 23, at the Washington airport.

 

 He was about to fall on his nose and get seriously injured. Fortunately, he managed to lean on his hands, avoiding a devastating fall.

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This did not spare him the jokes of his followers on the social network, such as: “Hey Pence - Have a nice trip, to see you at the next fall. When you collapse. ” Pence flew to Wisconsin to discuss schools with Education Minister Betsy DeVos.

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The United States of America has been holding the world economic leadership for several years. The US economy is the largest in the world in terms of nominal GDP, which says a lot about the country's potential. America is attractive to foreigners and expats in terms of study, work and life in general. It was the flow of highly qualified specialists from different parts of the world that influenced the development of the state's economy. United States is the country that still remains full of opportunities, where every dreamer can succeed. Here are the top fastest growing jobs right now in the US.

 

 

1.Artificial Intelligence Specialist (74% annual growth) 

 

What you should know: The term AI (Artificial Intelligence) appears in 1966, in the computer industry the role of these ‘artificial agents’ is to maximize the chances of success on a definite goal. We are helped daily by these agents - to have better brakes on cars in case of risk of accident, when we are warned by mobile phones about the possibility of being late for a calendar appointment, when Gmail notifies us the day before the flight to do online check-in, or when a digital campaign enters a negative performance trend.

 

Skills unique to the job: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, TensorFlow, Python, Natural Language Processing 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Boston, Seattle, Los Angeles 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Higher Education, Consumer Electronics 

 

2.Robotics Engineer (40% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Robotics is a branch of engineering that deals with the construction, operation and application of robots. These robots are programmable devices that are used to perform a set of instructions. Some of these robots are more autonomous than others (which are semi-autonomous, for example, Telerobots).

 

Skills unique to the job: Robotic Process Automation, UiPath, Blue Prism, Automation Anywhere, Robotics 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta, New York, Washington, D.C., Boston 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Industrial Automation, Computer Software, Financial Services, Automotive 

 

3.Data Scientist (40% annual growth)

 

 What you should know: The Data Scientist is an analytical data expert who has the technical skills to tackle complex problems, as well as the curiosity that drives those challenges. They are part mathematicians, part computer scientists and part trend spotters.

 

Skills unique to the job: Machine Learning, Data Science, Python, R, Apache Spark 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Boston 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Internet, Financial Services, Higher Education 

 

4. Full Stack Engineer (37% annual growth) 

 

What you should know: Full Stack Engineer is a developer who must understand the entire stack of technologies and components used in the project, both in terms of the front-end and back-end. At the same time, such a developer does not have to be senior in all technologies that are used in the development of an application.

 

Skills unique to the job: React.js, Node.js, JavaScript, AngularJS, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Financial Services, Higher Education

 

 

5. Site Reliability Engineer (35% annual growth

 

What you should know: The Site Reliability Engineer is constantly looking at the possibility of automation and has quite broad powers. Any problem for him in the first place is a reason for the analysis. If it is repetitive or fraught with high risks, the SRE may decide to fix something in the application itself or write (on its own or with the help of colleagues) a tool that can fix the trouble without human intervention. Thanks to SRE, we understand if there are bugs in the application, how to fix them, and how to continuously improve the reliability of this system in the future.

 

Skills unique to the job: Amazon Web Services, Ansible, Kubernetes, Docker Products, Terraform 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Boston, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Internet, Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Consumer Electronics 

 

6. Customer Success Specialist (34% annual growth)

 

What you should know: The Customer Success Specialist delves into the customer's business processes and analyzes which product capabilities can be used to optimize them. Thanks to his knowledge of the specifics of various business topics, the specialist draws conclusions that work best for a particular company. And can recommend a suitable solution and optimal settings to get the most out of the service.

 

Skills unique to the job: Software as a Service (SaaS), Salesforce, Customer Relationship Management, Account Management, Customer Retention 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Financial Services 

 

 

7. Sales Development Representative (34% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Sales Development Representative is an employee who knows who, how and why you need to sell your product. It’s the continued explosive growth of technology services that rely on SDRs to find new customers that keep this job on the list. 

 

Skills unique to the job: Salesforce, Cold-Calling, Software as a Service (SaaS), Lead Generation, Sales 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Boston, Chicago, Austin 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Computer & Network Security 

 

8. Data Engineer (34% annual growth)

 

 What you should know: Data Engineer is a mixture of data analysts and data scientists. He is responsible for extracting, transforming, loading data, and processing it. The profession is in demand primarily due to high salaries and demand among employers.

 

Skills unique to the job: Apache Spark, Hadoop, Python, Extract/Transform/Load (ETL), Amazon Web Services 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Boston, Chicago 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Internet, Computer Software, Financial Services, Hospital & Health Care 

 

 

8. Behavioral Health Technician (33% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Behavioral Health Technician help doctors and nurses by carrying out treatment plans for people with behavioral problems. These professionals usually hold either a certificate or an associate's degree in mental health technology or psychiatric technology. Licensure or certification is sometimes required.

 

Skills unique to the job: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavioral Health, Mental Health 

 

Where the jobs are: Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, San Francisco Bay Area, Phoenix, Seattle 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Mental Health Care, Hospital & Health Care, Individual & Family Services, Education Management, Health, Wellness & Fitness 

 

 

10. Cybersecurity Specialist (32% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Cybersecurity Specialist identifies information security threats and data loss risks, develops and implements measures to counter threats and solutions to protect against information loss; ensures the safety and confidentiality of data; participates in the development and implementation of IT solutions.

 

Skills unique to the job: Cybersecurity, Information Security, Network Security, Vulnerability Assessment 

 

Where the jobs are: Washington, D.C., New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Denver 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Defense & Space, Computer Network & Security, Management Consulting, Financial Services 

 

11. Back End Developer (30% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Back End Developer is a specialist who deals with the software and administrative part of a web application, the internal content of the system, server technologies - a database, architecture, program logic.

 

Skills unique to the job: Node.js, JavaScript, Amazon Web Services, Git, MongoDB 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Seattle

 

 Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Financial Services 

 

12. Chief Revenue Officer (30% annual growth)

 

What you should know: The Chief Revenue Officer came into being when revenue generation, like development and production, came to be seen as a process rather than an outcome of other processes. If the CFO is responsible for the budget, then the CRO is for the areas that generate income: marketing and sales. The CRO connects these departments and with the head of the company; he is one of those who formulate strategy and objectives, as well as look for markets, think about positioning and costs, and observe competitors.

 

Skills unique to the job: Strategic Partnerships, Start-ups, Software as a Service (SaaS), Go-to-Market Strategy, Executive Management 

 

Where the jobs are: New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Internet, Financial Services 

 

 

13. Cloud Engineer (28% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Engaged in cloud architecture, data storage, virtualization for the implementation of cloud technology. The cloud architect is responsible for integrating the individual cloud applications. Planners are responsible for forecasting what the organization's IT needs will be.

 

Skills unique to the job: Amazon Web Services, Cloud Computing, Docker Products, Ansible, Jenkins 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, D.C., New York, Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Financial Services, Internet, Telecommunications 

 

14. JavaScript Developer (27% annual growth)

 

What you should know: JavaScript Developer is a programmer who develops the user interface, that is, the external public part of the site in the browser. The main task of the front-end developer is to make the interaction of users with the site or web application as convenient as possible.

 

Skills unique to the job: React.js, Node.js, AngularJS, JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 

 

Where the jobs are: New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Financial Services, Marketing & Advertising 

 

15. Product Owner(25% annual growth) 

 

What you should know: The Product Owner knows everything about the needs and pains of the user, the capabilities of the team, see their points of contact for the benefit of the entire project.

 

Skills unique to the job: Agile Methodologies, Scrum, Product Management, Software Development, JIRA 

 

Where the jobs are: New York, Boston, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Atlanta 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Computer Software, Insurance, Hospital & Health Care

 

 

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33-million-of-americans-are-jobless

Labor department claims that 3.3 million Americans lost their job, beating a previous record of 695,000 in October 1982.

The record of jobless people in the US came out the last week as the Covid-19 virus shut down a large part of America’s economy.


According to the labor department, the number of new jobless people cases are claimed by individuals, who are seeking unemployment benefits rose by more than 3 million to 3.28 million from 281,000 the previous week. The situation hits the highest number ever reported, beating the previous record of 695,000 claims filed in comparation with 2 October 1982.


Nearly every state in US felt the impact of Covid-19, the labor department mentioned. Service industries mainly, accommodation and food services, were hard affected. The healthcare and social assistance, arts, entertainment and recreation, transportation and warehousing, but also manufacturing industries felt the impact.


Trump is concerned that the quarantine measures could have more harmful impact than the virus itself , an opinion that is highlighted by the economists and health experts. On Wednesday Trump tweeted: “The real people want to get back to work ASAP. We will be stronger than ever before!”


The Senate agreed on passing the largest aid package ever. This being an effort to help struggling American workers, businesses and hospitals during this pandemic. The bill includes $1,200 checks for most Americans.


The House leaders expressed optimism Thursday about swift passage of the emergency $2.2 trillion relief bill aimed at mitigating the financial problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic but faced a possible procedural needs that could delay sending the measure to President Trump.


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9-changes-to-air-travel-after-coronavirus

Passengers will wear masks from the entrance of the airport of departure to the exit of the airport of destination, the companions will not be allowed to enter the airport except in exceptional cases, and the high temperature will not be a good reason to refuse to board the passenger. All these rules, plus many others, are found in the protocol prepared by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) for air travel.


On 21 May 2020, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) issued a guide, "COVID-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol", a set of rules for air travel in  during the COVID-19 pandemic. The guide is valid for EU countries, but we will certainly have similar regulations around the world.  It is enough to browse the document to understand that we are entering a new era of air travel.  Just as much has changed since the 9/11 attacks, so much will change now.

  •  First of all, common sense is used.  For example, airlines are not required to sell fewer tickets so that flights can no longer be cost-effective, but it is recommended that physical distance be respected where possible.
  •  Thermal scanning will not be done at all airports.  In addition, the two European institutions recognize the limits of passenger thermal scanning.  If, say, the passenger is over 38 degrees, he is not invited to the door outside, the temperature is checked once more, then the man is directed to a specialized control, also at the airport.  It does not start from the beginning that the passenger with high temperature is sick with COVID-19.
  •  The basic principle is that people with symptoms of COVID-19 should be discouraged from arriving at the airport.  How is this done?  One of the recommendations made by EASA / ECDC to airlines is to reimburse the value of the passenger's ticket which proves, on the basis of a medical certificate, that it is confirmed with COVID-19.  Refunds are made up to 6 hours before the flight.
  •  Airlines must also inform their passengers of COVID-19 symptoms before they show up at the airport: when checking in online, via SMS, etc.  But not more than 24 hours before the flight.

  •  Passengers will complete a self-declaration that they are not sick with COVID-19 before receiving the boarding pass.  It is preferable that this statement can be completed when checking in.  Passengers will assume that if they lie in this statement, they may not be allowed to board the plane.
  •  Each airport will have a specific person designated to coordinate the activities and implementation of anti-COVID-19 security measures.
  •  Access to airports will only be allowed to passengers, flight crew and airport staff.  Not the people who accompany the passengers.  As an exception, persons accompanying passengers with disabilities, minors, etc. will be allowed to enter airports.
  •  Passengers are urged to check in online to avoid airport formalities as much as possible.
  •  Passengers will wear a mask from the entrance to the airport of departure to the exit of the airport of destination.  Exceptions: security checks and border control.  People with provable health problems and children under 6 are also exempt.


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Over the past few years, Kanye West has claimed the title of religious leader.  And, judging by the tens of thousands of people who regularly attended his Sunday services, he did a good job of messenger messenger.


 A new ambitious decision is to become a serious politician.  On his Twitter account on Independence Day, Kanye said without a joke that he was running for the country's top post.  “Now we must fulfill America’s promise by trusting God, uniting our vision and building our future.  I'm running for president of the United States! ”  Completing your message with American flag emoji and hashtag # 2020VISION.

The self-confident rapper has already secured solid star (and possibly financial) patronage from tech billionaire Elon Musk, who commented on Kanye’s decision, “Full support!”


 West's wife - Kim Kardashian (that's whose curiosity she will follow as the first lady!), The spouse supported, but it was painfully laconic.  By reposting Kanye's statement and marking it with the American flag.

More robust third-party commentators note that in many states it is too late to vote as an independent candidate.  Therefore, it is currently unclear whether the “official” presidential bid of Kanye will actually be implemented.


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