Monster Employment Index
Unter diesem Thema veröffentlicht Monster Worldwide monatlich die neueste Entwicklung und wertet auf Basis der im Internet publizierten Stellenanzeigen aus, in welchen Branchen, Berufsgruppen und Regionen in Deutschland Arbeitskräfte gesucht werden. Die Daten werden monatlich von über 1400 Webseiten in Deutschland, Frankreich, Großbritannien, den Niederlanden und Schweden analysiert und veröffentlicht.
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Revolt of the silk workers in Lyon escalates, as workers seize arms and take on the military. Approximately 100 die and 263 wounded on the military side, 69 dead and 140 wounded on the civilian side.
Start of 13-week strike by 10,000 shirtwaist makers of International Ladies Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), first mass strike by U.S. women, N.Y.C.
President Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas; US congressional probe later rules assassination a conspiracy.
An oil tanker in Louisiana spills 1.3 million gallons of oil after accidentally running over an anchor chain.
AIM leader Dennis Banks released from prison after 14 months on phoney riot charges.
President Reagan, as the Iran-Contra scandal is unraveling, has Vice President Bush tell Secretary of State Shultz "Support me or get off my team"; meanwhile, Justice Department officials under Attorney General Ed Meese?s direction find evidence in North?s office of a connection between the Iran deals and the illegal supplying of arms to the Nicaraguan Contras (no effort is made to seal the office and call in the FBI and additional evidence is subsequently destroyed by Oliver North, Meese?s only concern is expressed to Secretary of State Shultz when he says this is the sort of thing the political opposition would want to use against the administration).
Having managed to fully discredit the Conservative Party, Margaret Thatcher resigns as Britain's Prime Minister and the head of the party.
Republicans shut down the Miami-Dade presidential vote recount on the order of Republican Rep. Amo Houghton of New York, they are later thanked for their good work by George Bush and Dick Cheney.