The Daily Populous

Thursday October 25th, 2018 night edition

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In fact, after analyzing a random sample of 95,363 jobs, we discovered that 61% of all full-time “entry-level” jobs require 3+ years of experience.

Based on our analysis, you can successfully apply to jobs if you’ve got ±2 years of the required experience.

How many jobs have you seen asking for 13 years of work experience?

It lets us pinpoint how much experience you’ll (officially) need to qualify for different levels of jobs:.

Level # Years of Experience % Jobs Qualified Entry-Level ~3 years 75% Mid-Level ~5 years 77% Senior-Level ~8 years 72%.

Put another way, if you’ve got 3+ years of experience, you’ll qualify for 75% of entry-level jobs.

3 is the magic number here: below 3 years of experience, you don’t (officially) qualify for most entry-level jobs; above 3 years of experience, you do. »

Mail bombs: Robert De Niro and Joe Biden latest targets

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A suspect package similar to those sent to senior public figures has been sent to a New York restaurant owned by the actor Robert De Niro, the FBI has said.

When the Oscar-winner attacked him at the Tony Awards in June, the president responded by calling De Niro a "very low IQ individual". »

Cannabis pain relief without the 'high'

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The findings of their study have been published in the journal PAIN (The Journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain).

Cannabis indica and sativa are the two main cannabis strains that produce the pharmacological principles known as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).

Researchers were able to extrapolate the exact dosage of CBD displaying analgesic and antianxiety properties without the risk of addiction and euphoria classically produced by the THC. »

Trump sends tweet claiming ‘I rarely use a cellphone’ from iPhone

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Despite claiming “I rarely use a cellphone,” CBS News’ Sara Cook noticed that both of Trump’s tweets were sent from his iPhone.

All eight of Wednesday’s tweets from Trump’s account were also sent via the Twitter app on his iPhone.

Trump said he sold his Apple stock in 2014 after tweeting numerous complaints about the size of the iPhone’s screen. »