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Hollande says Air France turbulence doesn't reflect state of country
Hollande says Air France turbulence doesn't reflect state of country

French President Francois Hollande said the social turbulence currently gripping Air France, which was rocked by violent protests over job cuts, was not a reflection of the state of the country.

Hollande says Air France turbulence doesn't reflect state of country
Thousands queue at burrito house Chipotle for jobs
Thousands queue at burrito house Chipotle for jobs

Another fast-food job wouldn't seem like a great change, so Marisol was one of thousands around the country who lined up for an opening at a Chipotle restaurant.

Thousands queue at burrito house Chipotle for jobs
Photo © Turar Kazangapov
Kazakh government confirms wages raise for teachers

Kazakhstan is increasing the salary of teachers from January 1, 2016.

Kazakh government confirms wages raise for teachers
Askhat Murzabayev. Photo © hipo.kz
25 y.o. Kazakhstani programmer donates $2 million for cancer research

Having worked at Barclays for half a year, a programmer from Kazakhstan Askhat Murzabayev earned a little over $2 million and donated the money to the International Cancer Research Center.

25 y.o. Kazakhstani programmer donates $2 million for cancer research
©Turar Kazangapov
Nazarbayev says civil servants should be paid based on performance

President of Kazakhstan says that wages should be paid to civil servants based on performance and that the country provides ample opportunities to hard-working people.

Nazarbayev says civil servants should be paid based on performance
Photo courtesy of ampravda.ru.
China leads by number of foreign workers in Kazakhstan

China is the source of the largest portion of migrant workers in Kazakhstan.

China leads by number of foreign workers in Kazakhstan
Yellen: US jobs market 'yet to fully recover'
Yellen: US jobs market 'yet to fully recover'

Federal Reserve Chair rebuffed pressure from inflation hawks to move faster toward a rate hike, saying the US jobs market still shows slack.

Yellen: US jobs market 'yet to fully recover'
©Reuters/Christinne Muschi
Canadian aviation giant Bombardier to cut 1,800 jobs

Canada's Bombardier will cut 1,800 jobs, the troubled aviation giant announced Wednesday in a major reorganization.

Canadian aviation giant Bombardier to cut 1,800 jobs
Germany's Siemens says nearly 12,000 jobs under threat
Germany's Siemens says nearly 12,000 jobs under threat

German industrial giant Siemens said Friday it was weighing cuts of nearly 12,000 jobs around the world as part of a major restructuring.

Germany's Siemens says nearly 12,000 jobs under threat
Photo courtesy of nv.kz
Mass layoffs expected at ArcelorMittal Temirtau

ArcelorMittal Temirtau plans to dismiss almost one thousand Kazakhstan workers in 2014.

Mass layoffs expected at ArcelorMittal Temirtau
Photo © 31.kz
300 workers strike out at Western Europe - Western China highway

300 construction workers of the Western Europe-Western China highway project have gone on strike.

300 workers strike out at Western Europe - Western China highway
©Reuters/Rick Wilking
US economy rebounds, adding 288,000 jobs in April

The US economy pumped out 288,000 jobs in April, the highest pace in over two years, in a fresh confirmation that growth has resumed after a harsh winter freeze.

US economy rebounds, adding 288,000 jobs in April
Citigroup cuts 200-300 jobs
Citigroup cuts 200-300 jobs

US bank Citigroup has cut between 200 and 300 additional jobs, most in the global markets business, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.

Citigroup cuts 200-300 jobs
Struggling Australian carrier Qantas to axe 5,000 jobs
Struggling Australian carrier Qantas to axe 5,000 jobs

Struggling Australian carrier Qantas Thursday said it will axe 5,000 jobs, defer aircraft deliveries and freeze growth at Asian offshoot Jetstar in a major shake-up after deep first-half losses, warning of more pain to come.

Struggling Australian carrier Qantas to axe 5,000 jobs
Photo courtesy of ArcelorMittal Temirtau
ArcelorMittal Temirtau to cut 2500 jobs in 2014

ArcelorMittal Temirtau is going to reduce the number of jobs by 2500 in 2014, Viktor Schetinin, vice-chairman of Zhaktau steel workers union.

ArcelorMittal Temirtau to cut 2500 jobs in 2014
©Reuters/Daniel Munoz
Ford to open plants in China, Brazil; add 5,000 US jobs

US automaker Ford said Thursday it will open two new plants in China and a third in Brazil next year while adding more than 5,000 jobs in the United States.

Ford to open plants in China, Brazil; add 5,000 US jobs
Photo courtesy of vesti.kz
Universiade 2017 volunteers to be trained by foreigners

Volunteers for the Universiade 2017 will be trained by foreigners.

Universiade 2017 volunteers to be trained by foreigners
Photo © Marat Abilov
Bolashak scholarship - opportunity for children of unemployed or retired

Bolashak scholarship gave an opportunity to children of unemployed and retired Kazakhstan nationals to study abroad.

Bolashak scholarship - opportunity for children of unemployed or retired
Amsterdam pays alcoholics in beer to clean streets
Amsterdam pays alcoholics in beer to clean streets

At nine o'clock in the morning in a garden shed behind a house in Amsterdam, a handful of alcoholics are getting ready to clean the surrounding streets, beer and cigarette in hand.

Amsterdam pays alcoholics in beer to clean streets
Talgat Mussabayev. ©Marat Abilov
Mussabayev comments his statement about 'beer bar English' of Bolashak graduates

Head of KazKosmos National Space Agency Talgat Mussabayev has commented his statement about some graduates of the Bolashak program.

Mussabayev comments his statement about 'beer bar English' of Bolashak graduates