Everybody knows it's Bern!
I worked with machine language in elementary school!
(We used discarded punchcards in arts and crafts.
Professional sports isn't exactly known for myriad career opportunities either.
The password is actually 8 Unicode capital omicrons.
They *THINK* they can get someone younger for much less pay.
And they *THINK* they will get all the experience from that younger person too.
And they're the ones signing the paychecks, so any difference between what they think and reality is irrelevant.
Apple is listed in Android benchmark rankings?
Then you'll have no problem finding a shareholder vote on executive pay that was binding.
Today Norway's army consists of...
that can't wait to get back home
You don't need protein in every meal.
Nutrition in an industrialized military is not something handled so haphazardly. Every meal has the potential to be the last for an unknown duration, so every meal is kept within narrow tolerances for nutrient content.
Where exactly do you think the protein in the animal's diet come from?
The carbon footprint debate becomes a lot more fuzzy when the local clime isn't conducive to producing human-edible plant proteins and the only meaningful carbon expenditure for local animal flesh is the from the fishing fleet.
Off the top of my head I can't think of a whole lot of options for locally-produced protein in Norway. If you eliminate the animal proteins, what's left? How much carbon is Norway saving if they have to ship more nuts and beans in from overseas, particularly if the alternative is wild-caught fish?
Someone in New Zealand did something and reminded everyone the country still exists.
For some reason, in the US it is more politically acceptable to pay a private firm $200K per worker for a government contract than it is to pay $150K per worker to hire people to do the job.
Because in aggregate the US believes in private enterprise above all else, to the point where we will hand de facto monopolies to cable television providers or mandate the purchase of health insurance from private companies (and only from private companies) before we'd ever stomach the idea of having government get directly involved in anything.
And this is not a partisan thing
Just because it's not "partisan" doesn't mean it's not a decidedly right-wing idea. And it was most certainly a partisan idea until Ronald Reagan won the most lopsided presidential election since 1792, at which point the party of Roosevelt and Johnson had to start positioning itself as "Republican Lite" in order to start winning elections again.
Furthermore, a college education costs about as much as a good mid-size car; if you can't afford paying that back, you picked the wrong major.
Even if I grant you that statement, if typical 18 year-olds were decently equipped to make such rest-of-your-life decisions they wouldn't be such attractive targets for military recruiters.
One solution is to open the process by having the Department of Education gather and post data and provide a platform and tools for all interested
How do you think the Department gets the information? Search warrants? Waterboarding?
The information gathered from colleges is provided to the Department voluntarily, with the understanding that much of it will be held in confidence and only published in aggregate. If you insist on all the data be made public, you'll find a lot less data to work with to begin with, particularly from private institutions that have a competitive edge to maintain.