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The contract was so costly, Seide said, because it required technicians to build a search tool to sort through millions of emails archived on USAGM’s servers — even before the lawyers could get to work.
Before taking the bench, they are required to undergo fewer hours of training than the Palmetto State requires of its barbers and hair salon technicians.
This is a perfect opportunity for donors, public and private sectors, investors, and technicians to collaborate and create a positive outcome for all parties.
These technicians often move up the career ladder by obtaining other degrees.
Meanwhile, wait times for results are stretching for weeks, forcing lab technicians to work around the clock.
Through these hours of research, we interacted with hundreds of health care workers—from nurses to technicians to physicians, via interviews, surveys, and in-hospital observation.
Last year, the conservative group revealed that a contractor hired by CNN as a satellite uplink technician had been a primary “whistleblower” on the effort.
Tripp was a process technician at Tesla’s Gigafactory from 2017 to 2018.
BJ has caught things on X-rays that the technicians don’t see, she said.
The removal of the behavioral technicians illustrates what school principals say are the damaging consequences of the city’s plan to reopen elementary schools.

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