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seeker

a probe or sound; a long thin rod used to probe the opening or a tract or a cavity in order to determine its direction, source or depth.
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Seeker now includes multiple ways to promote with the latest addition being a one-time redemption system including back-end analytics.
They are then taken to Liverpool, which is just one of the cities where the Home Office provides accommodation for asylum seekers.
The existing safeguards for vulnerable job seekers and the reasonable-excuse provisions will continue to apply, and the current practice of employment providers being required to offer an appointment to a job seeker within two working days of a request will also continue.
Reports said asylum seekers have sought an order for them to be transported out of Christmas Island to a place where they can receive appropriate care.
The goal of the 2014 Job Fairs is to bring together companies and job seekers alike under one purpose: connecting local career seekers with employers.
While the research found that 34 per cent of the people questioned had a generally positive view of asylum seekers, it found that 30 per cent of participants had a "very negative view", with several people responding that asylum seekers "don't belong here" or should "go home".
Whether you use them to seek out job postings or to post your resume, only 2% to 4% of job seekers find a job using one of these services.
NEW asylum seekers are being electronically tagged to stop them vanishing if their applications to stay in Britain fail.
Asylum seekers typically tell their story first to an immigration officer, who can grant the request on the spot.
So the government measures the success of its immigration policy in terms of the reduction of the number of asylum seekers, and the number of people it's able to deport?
It is one of few observational studies documenting the actions of the health information seeker.
Kurdish refugees accused Japanese immigration authorities Wednesday of leaking their personal information to the Turkish government and endangering their status as asylum seekers in Japan in violation of international norms.