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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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Several US cities are under siege.  Anti-racism protests continued on Tuesday (June 2nd), after Donald Trump threatened protesters to take the army out into the streets.


In fact, the Pentagon moved about 1,600 U.S. Army soldiers to the Washington, D.C. region after nights of protests and violence, Digi24 reports.  Eight days after George Floyd's death, protests against racism and police brutality and social inequality do not seem to end too soon.  People are more determined than ever to demand their rights in the streets, but President Donald Trump has told protesters he will use whatever means necessary to stop the protests.  This threat provoked an even bigger wave of anger.

 Thus, on Tuesday evening (June 2), thousands of people, including Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, peacefully defied the traffic ban in the federal capital Washington.  The area around the White House has been blocked by barriers.


 Also, at least 60,000 people paid their last respects to George Floyd at a peaceful rally in Houston, Texas, where he grew up and where he will be buried next week.  The 45-year-old African American was killed by a white policeman.  He was unarmed and in police custody when an officer kicked him in the neck for minutes while George Floyd begged for his life.  The tragedy was filmed and angered the community of people of color, who have been facing police brutality for years.


 In Manhattan, several thousand protesters gathered to protest peacefully near the New York police headquarters.

 On Tuesday night, the situation was calm in Minneapolis, the epicenter of this wave of revolt that spread to more than a hundred American cities and resulted in thousands of arrests and several wounded among police and protesters.

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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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Comic-tragic situation for the passengers of an air flight.  12 of the 91 passengers on a Qatar plane flying to Athens were tested negative for the new coronavirus.  On landing, however, they were tested again, the result being a positive one.


As a result, Greece has suspended all flights to and from Qatar after some passengers on a Doha to Athens flight tested positive for COVID-19.  Greek authorities say 12 of the passengers contracted the virus, the rest being healthy.  "Because of this, flights to and from Qatar are suspended until June 15," they said.

However, the airline claims that all the passengers of the flight were healthy before boarding, in Doha.


Among those tested positive are nine Pakistani citizens living in Greece, two Greeks living in Australia and a member of a Greco-Japanese family.  These people will be quarantined in a hotel for two weeks.

 After a gradual exit from isolation on May 4, the tourist season officially begins on June 15 in Greece, with the reopening of seasonal hotels and the resumption of numerous international flights from the regions least affected by the pandemic.


 Greece on Friday announced the opening of airports in Athens and Thessaloniki for tourists from 29 countries, including 15 in the European Union, starting June 15.

 Between June 15 and 30, the planes will only be able to land in the two cities.  The other regional airports and those on the Greek islands will not reopen until July 1.

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The suspension of the election that made the whole world turn its attention to the US continues on Friday, although Joe Biden is approaching in the key states the magic number of 270 votes in the electoral colleges, a figure that will ensure his presidency.

 

 Meanwhile, Donald Trump held his first press conference after the election, accusing him of attempted fraud, without presenting any evidence. Some Republicans have distanced themselves from him, saying such positions undermine the democratic process. On the other hand, Biden called for calm and patience.

 

Being such an important event, voters also have many questions. So Bemorepanda collected these questions and found an answer to them.

I’ve requested my mail-in ballot. If I change my mind and want to vote in person, may I?

Yes, you should be able to cast a ballot at a polling place, though it may be what’s known as a “provisional” ballot.

But you should not try to vote in person if you’ve already voted by mail. Voting twice is a felony in most states. Read more on that here.

 

What if President Donald Trump refuses to accept the election results?

This is a valid question since the President’s laid groundwork to argue the system is rigged against him and that fraud cost him votes in 2016. Neither claim is true. But he really doesn’t have a choice about accepting the results. Under the Constitution, a new president takes the oath of office on January 20 at noon. If no one has met the criteria to win the election — either with a majority in the Electoral College or being picked by the House — the next person in the line of presidential succession takes the oath until the election can be brought to a close. The person in line after Trump and Vice President Mike Pence is Nancy Pelosi or whoever is House speaker on January 20. For Trump to refuse to leave, he’d essentially be seizing power in a coup and shredding the Constitution. That seems impossible.

 

How do local officials verify signatures on mail-in ballots?

The process is different in every state and is already the subject of lawsuits this year. Often, a representative from each political party will take part in the process. Some states notify people if their signatures are rejected and they can fix the issue, in a process called “curing” a ballot. In some states you can update your signature by updating your voter registration.

Here’s a full list compiled by the National Conference of State Legislatures. It’s an interesting read.

 

How will people who lost their homes in the recent wildfires receive their voting information and their mail-in ballots?

They should forward their mail to wherever they’re staying or have it held. Or vote in person.

 

What about adding drive-thru voting so people can feel safe remaining in their vehicles?

Officials are experimenting with drive-thru voting in Utah.

 

Can people volunteer to help the post office process ballots for delivery?

No. But if you’re looking to volunteer, there’s a real problem finding enough poll workers during the pandemic. Find out more here.

 

 

What kind of access do Russians have to the election system? Can they manipulate vote totals or voter lists?

Russians aren’t supposed to have any access. But that won’t stop them from trying. They did access sensitive information in two small Florida counties in 2019, according to reports, and likely targeted all 50 states. There’s no indication or evidence they were able or tried to change vote totals.

 

What if the signature on my mail-in ballot is rejected?

There are different rules in different states and, with so many more people expected to vote by mail this year, states are scrambling to update them. In many states there is a process by which the voter is notified the signatures don’t match and is given the ability to fix, or “cure,” the ballot. The National Conference of State Legislatures has a database of the rules for curing a ballot in the 19 states that allow it.

 

Will we know the winner on election night?

There’s a very good chance we will not. Why? With so many more voters expected to vote by mail, it’s entirely possible states will not have final or close to final results even within days of the end of voting. Some states will count ballots they receive weeks after Election Day. And if margins are as close in some battlegrounds as they were in 2016, that means it could take a long time to get all the absentee and provisional votes counted. The Electoral College isn’t required to meet until the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, so states have time to finalize their results.

 

Why do so few people vote in US elections?

I’m not sure I can explain it. But I can confirm that lots of Americans who can vote don’t. The last presidential election to reach more than 60% turnout was in 1968. There is some evidence that 2020 will be a big year for turnout; the 2018 midterms saw turnout on par with recent presidential elections. So voters are clearly motivated by President Donald Trump’s presidency.

 

By what date do I need to register to vote?

Each state has its own rules. You can check yours here. All states allow registration into October, but it may be early or mid-October. Twenty-one states allow a voter to register either after early voting has begun or on Election Day, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

 

 

I received my North Carolina ballot and at the end it says I have to have a witness sign. Is this true? Do you have to have a witness in all states or just in North Carolina?

Every state is different. And the rules have been scrambled as states try to make mail-in voting easier during the pandemic. Check out our voter guide for information on all states.

Regarding North Carolina specifically, the state does require that a witness sign a certification included with your ballot. Here’s a step-by-step process published by the state.

 

I received a text indicating that you could vote online with a link to sign up. Didn't click the link as I've not heard anything about online voting. Any insight on this issue?

Danger! There is no large-scale online voting option in US presidential elections. You might register to vote online. You might request an absentee ballot online. You might check your registration online. You might check the status of your mail-in ballot online. But you do not vote online in the US. What you received is very likely a phishing scam.

All that said, some states have experimented with types of online voting, particularly for service members overseas. That includes West Virginia, which has an online voting app it used in 2018 and for its primary in 2020.

Washington, DC, allowed some voters to cast ballots by email in its primary this year, but this is not widely done.

 

What is the point in voting with Donald Trump’s declaration to dispute/reject the election results?

The Constitution makes clear the next presidential term of office begins January 20 at noon. The person who is sworn in then will either be the winner of the election or a placeholder in the line of presidential succession. It doesn’t really matter, from that perspective, whether Trump will dispute or reject the results. The system is built so that he can’t just ignore the results.

 

I received a ballot with just an option for president. Why were the other positions not listed?

This seems completely wrong. Every citizen living in a US state votes for Congress at the same time as they vote for president. There should, at least, be an option to vote for your congressperson. If you live in Washington, DC, or a territory like Puerto Rico, you should be voting for your delegate. You may also be voting for your senator and local officials. This is a good time to call your local election officials.

 

 

Is it OK to just vote for a president only and not vote for anything else on the ballot? Will my vote still count if I currently vote for my presidential choice?

Yes, it should. There’s no requirement to vote at all and no requirement to vote for everything on the ballot. But why not? When you vote, you have a say in how your government is working. And some elections — in particular local elections — might have just as much or more of a bearing on your daily life as your vote for the White House.

 

I registered as independent when I was 18. I am now 32, and have never voted. How do I know where to vote? Will I be able to vote Democrat? How do I change my party?

Regardless of whether you’re registered with a party, you can vote for whoever you want — Republican, Democrat or something else — on Election Day. But you should confirm your voter registration, because some states purge voters who have not voted in a long time. Most states allow you to do this online at the state secretary of state or election office. That’s also where you’re likely to find your polling place. Check your state at CNN’s voting guide.

 

What happens if my voting location closes due to a Covid surge?

This is a great question. If this is a concern, consider voting early in-person or by mail. Nearly every state has some kind of accommodation for people concerned about the pandemic. Given the importance of the election and the fact that it can’t, by law, be moved, polling places are unlikely to close completely. But lines could be longer. Here’s how to vote safely in-person.

 

If I checked Democrat, at the beginning of the ballot, is it ok that I then checked individual boxes for each candidate, some state ones being Republican?

Yes. There are six US states that include a “straight ticket voting” feature where you can simply select a party and your ballot is counted for that party in all races. This is an option that has declined over time, but six US states — Alabama, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and South Carolina — still offer it in some way.

But even where a “straight ticket” is offered, you should still be able to select a different party’s candidate in an individual race and “split” your ticket.

 

 

When can the states begin to count absentee & mail-in ballots?

The rules are different in every state. Pennsylvania is notable as a key battleground state that waits until 7 a.m. on Election Day to begin processing mail-in ballots. Here’s a helpful map.

 

Will CNN project states on election night like they do every year? Will there be too many mail-in ballots cast that the number of in-person votes cast just won’t be enough to project a winner?

CNN will project the winner of states. But it might not be like other years. There is a decision desk that takes incoming vote results, exit polls and other factors into account before making a projection. If there isn’t enough data to project a winner in a state, we won’t. The emphasis is on getting this right. It could be a very long night and the counting of ballots will likely stretch for days in many states. Here’s more on how CNN makes projections.

 

If the Electoral College’s vote is the primary determination of who becomes president, what is the purpose of the popular vote?

There is no purpose of the popular vote. News organizations and the federal government record it, but it’s meaningless in terms of determining the president. The popular vote in an individual state, however, is very important. A candidate may win a state by a handful of votes, but they still get all of that state’s electoral votes. (Nebraska and Maine are exceptions since they award some of their votes to the statewide winner and some proportionally.) Here’s a refresher on the Electoral College.

 

Can I send my mail-in ballot by Priority Mail, and can I put the ballots of my other family members in the same Priority envelope?

Yes, the Post Office will let you use Priority Mail. But putting multiple ballots in one envelope may be against the rules and is definitely risky. Many states require two envelopes — a mailing envelope and a secrecy sleeve. This inner envelope can hold the ballot and requires a voter’s signature. Review your state’s rules.

 

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