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People whose jobs are based on using information or knowledge. Commonly refers to software engineers, physicians, attorneys, professors, pharmacists, tech support, in short anyone who "thinks for a living" Knowledge worker

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What can be the best appreciation gift for an social worker?


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When asking a technical question regarding vehicular repair, I can only assume that if you are seeking knowledge, you are doing the repairs yourself. This raises a concern with me when the questions asked are vague, lack details as simple as year/make/model/engine size and type, lack correct terminology/spelling, improper references, etc.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE BASIC PHYSICAL/ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL KNOWLEDGE, YOUR CHANCES OF A SUCCESSFUL REPAIR AND PERSONAL SAFETY ARE AT RISK.

That is why there are mechanics. Sometimes a basic, low cost repair can turn into thousands of dollars if done incorrectly. For example, just a simple $2.00 fuse installed incorrectly can do irreversible damage to a $3000.00 ECM or other sensitive electronic component. Inexperience in properly supporting vehicles or securing heavy components can result in property damage, serious injury and possible death.

My advice is based on personal experiences. Many variables can determine your outcome. Advice/information from friends, co workers and research is used whenever I do a repair. I have education I paid for so I assume it to be correct. I use my knowledge as a base and may not have specific experience with your vehicle. I am currently employed as a diesel/refrigeration technician.

I ACCEPT NO RESPONSIBILTY FOR ANY DAMAGES/INJURIES TO ANYTHING/ANYONE AS A RESULT OF YOUR REPAIRS/PROCEDURES.

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What is the differance between a class 2 safety vest & a class 3 safety vest & is there a class 1


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Workers who are involved in jobs where there is heavier traffic are required to wear a Class 2 vest. Jobs that require workers to work in areas where there is poor visibility due to weather will also need a more reflective Class 2 safety vest. Class 2 vests will have a minimum of 201 square inches of reflective tape that is 2 inches in diameter. Dimensions of the reflective tape can be 8.373 linear feet of 2-inch tape or 12.2 linear feet of 1 3/3 inch tape. Examples of jobs that require Class 2 vests are airport baggage handlers and ground crew, forestry workers, high-volume parking or toll-gate personnel and law enforcement personnel. Reflective stripes will be over the shoulders and round the middle in either one or two 360? horizontal stripes.
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My PIXMA MP970 printer abruptly lost power. is it due to fuse problem and where is the fuse box?


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The printer has the step down SMPS which supply the low voltage (generally 24V DC to the other component. It contains high voltage risk also the high frequency. Sound knowledge is required while repairing the SMPS also appropriate precaution. If somebody is present having electrical knowledge during repair is better.

First disconnect the electricity supply cable from the printer
open the smps, check visually for any physical abnormality of individual component, then check the fuse for open,if its open check the MOV,mosfet,capacitor,bridge/zener diodes for short if found replace with same value,
take a series lamp of 15W incandescent bulb, connect the smps, check the voltage at secondary output. utmost care should be taken with attention of co-worker while checking live circuit.
If there is no voltage, check primary component at area of PWM IC /replace PWM ic (smd).

Again FATAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND FIRE MAY HAPPEN IF CARE NOT TAKEN.

Thanks.

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The number of clients is 175 and the number of workers is 119...what is the % of case load?


Number of case workers - 119
Number of Clients - 175

175/119 = 1.47 clients per worker
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So the worker is handling 0.84% of the total cases

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What is more important the blue collar job or the white collar job??


They both are as important depending on the circumstances.
A blue-collar worker is a member of the working class who typically performs manual labor and earns an hourly wage. Blue-collar workers are distinguished from those in the service sector and from white-collar workers, whose jobs are not considered manual labor.
SO if you wanted a house built, the blue collar workers would actually build the house, if the white collar workers where not there, the house would still get built.

However, if the white collar workers had not drawn up the plans, then the builders would not know how the house was to be built.
So you need both

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Dear Mr. Thephu,
here is the solution:
first, declare a structure
struct workers
{
char name[20],job[10],surname[20];
int age;
workers *next; // this is the pointer to the next node of
//type worker.
};
in the main program, declare a pointer to first worker node called head as :
workers *head;
head = new workers;
or (head =( workers *) malloc (sizeof(workers));
Then in the main program, whenever the user wishes to create a worker and join it to the list, u can include the following code:
head ->next = new workers;
cin >> head -> name >>job>>surname >> age;
if the user finishes the input include,
head -> next = NULL.

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