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  2. Equifax Workforce Solutions - Wikipedia

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    Equifax Workforce Solutions, formerly known as TALX (pronounced "talks"), is a wholly owned subsidiary of Equifax. [1] [2] [3] It is based in St. Louis , Missouri. [4] The company was originally founded in 1972 under the name Interface Technology Inc.

  3. On-the-job training - Wikipedia

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    On-the-job training was deemed an investment like school because while they differ in effects on earnings, both improve people's physical and mental abilities and raise real income prospects. Whether that is the ability to gain a job or improve one's skills to become a more vital part of the workforce.

  4. Information technology - Wikipedia

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    Information technology (IT) is the use of computers to create, process, store, retrieve, and exchange all kinds of data and information.IT is typically used within the context of business operations as opposed to personal or entertainment technologies.

  5. CSX Corporation - Wikipedia

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    In 2017, CSX cut its workforce by 3,300 employees. In 2018, roughly 2,200 jobs were cut. A further reduction of 4,000 positions is planned by 2020. CSX estimates that after these cuts it will have a workforce of about 21,000 people. CSX is also trying to increase profits by monetizing some of its real estate.

  6. Zoom Video Communications - Wikipedia

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    Workforce. In January 2020, Zoom had over 2,500 employees, with 1,396 in the United States and 1,136 in international locations. It is reported that 700 employees within a subsidiary work in China and develop Zoom software.

  7. Energy - Wikipedia

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    The total energy of a system can be subdivided and classified into potential energy, kinetic energy, or combinations of the two in various ways. Kinetic energy is determined by the movement of an object – or the composite motion of the components of an object – and potential energy reflects the potential of an object to have motion, and generally is a function of the position of an object ...