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  • (Labor Rate) The shop or dealer’s hourly rate to work on your car. (Note: when you use AutoMD.com’s local shop finder—the average hourly labor rate for the relevant shops in your area is included in the listing).
  • (Labor Rate) This means how much the shop will charge you by the hour. It may seem high at times, but you have to take into account the mechanics fee, the cost of keeping your car there, etc.
  • (Labor rate) Posted hourly labor rate used to compute estimates and for tracking purposes
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  • A vehicle breakdown is the operational failure of a motor vehicle in such a way that the underlying problem prevents the vehicle from being operated at all, or impedes the vehicle's operation so much, that it is very difficult or nearly impossible, or dangerous to operate, or else at risk of
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Electrical Estimator's Manual: How to Estimate Electrical Construction Projects Including Everday Labor Installation Rates [With CD-ROM]
Electrical Estimator's Manual: How to Estimate Electrical Construction Projects Including Everday Labor Installation Rates [With CD-ROM]
This is a book and CD. With over 45 years of experience in contracting, managing and estimating electrical projects, the author has compiled literally thousands of installation labour rates used in everyday estimating procedures in this easy-to-use manual. These labour rates complement the instructional portion of this manual that is written in simple, easy-to-digest construction language. Many professional estimator's guides are like door stops, filled with cumbersome and dreaded "refer to page number X" and "see note Y". They are not user-friendly or easily referenced. With its larger font sizes, larger format for easy viewing and its lay flat binding, so that it will stay open on an engineer's desktop or on the technician's sawhorse or truck hood, this manual is the optimal choice when deciding which reference material to use. Included with this book is a CD with all of the spreadsheets and forms that estimators need on a daily basis. Just download them onto your hard drive and print them out. Use them time and again for all your electrical estimating projects.

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serfing the lower class
serfing the lower class
Bondage of the Working Poor and Child Poverty (December 9, 2009) To ease our collective conscience, society attempts to create the illusion that slavery no longer exists and that the poverty we inflict is, at least, a step above. Moving ahead, nations have made great ceremony to abolish slavery, and then simply renamed the lowest rung on society's ladder. We are an affluent society with an increasing gap between the rich and the growing numbers of poor. Heartlessly forcing thousands of children to suffer in poverty, Canada, is in no position to speak about the pompatus of love. In definition and practice, there is little difference between slavery, serfdom, and, in the parlance of our time, the working poor; an offensively acceptable state of being. If Canada and British Columbia fail to address the bondage of debt we create with non-living wages, child poverty will remain a tragedy we ignore. I once saw an old woman trip and fall off the curb in front of the CN tower in Deadmonton, Alberta. She was so old and frail that she was unable to bring her hands up to break the fall. Her face approached the pavement at a horrific speed, proving that, although a short trip, the fall into the gutter can be very painful. Poverty is such a trip. The working poor and the few who are selected for social assistance and subsidized housing are saved from busting their brain bucket open in the gutter but are left hanging in a vain attempt to prevent the inevitable impact at the bottom of society's fissures. Callously, British Columbia greases the edges of the ever-shrinking middle class plateau with the lowest minimum wage in Canada. Gradually, a momentum of reluctant conscience is building which supports an increase of our embarrassing minimum wage to ten dollars an hour -- a deceptive and half-assed noble gesture. These efforts should not be confused with a solution, when, for much of the province, a living wage is closer to the sixteen dollar mark. A ten dollar minimum will guarantee that children will continue to languish and go without basic necessities of life. Canada has a terrible reputation for creating child poverty; among developed nations we are nearly the worst, a fact not foreign to the world’s attention. According to the United Nations, every over-crowded and under-funded classroom in British Columbia will have at least 5 children suffering in poverty, our shamefully acceptable modus operandi. Serf, from the Latin: servus, or slave, indebted in servitude to a master, not unlike today’s working poor; slaving away for insufficient wages, substandard living conditions, and limited freedoms. Slavery, serfdom, and other coercive techniques of labour control have existed throughout the world during the entire period of recorded history, and a non-living wage is a more subtle, but none-the-less effective form of bondage and servitude. A low wage forces choices between rent, heat, phone, or feeding the kids; a living wage just covers these basics. How do we expect our workers to survive on ten dollars an hour when B.C.’s living wage is around sixteen dollars? The bondage created by low incomes eliminates the freedom experienced by other citizens and can be interpreted as enslavement. The new lord and master, debt, thrusts itself upon the modern serf who must swallow a huge debt load with an inadequate income: gagging their options, reducing their freedoms. Canada lags behind other industrial nations when it comes to eliminating child poverty, but our country excels at hollow promises. Without opposition, and now without credibility, 1989‘s Canada House of Commons voted to end child poverty by the year 2000. (pause here and wait for laughter to subside). Sadly, 10% of Canadian Children still live in poverty, an insignificant reduction since the 1989 vote to end their suffering. Our country continues to prosper. Executive and elected official wages and bonuses are at record levels while our poor and disabled suffer; their mass of children sharing the misery of poverty. Every step forward highlights those left behind. If we have potholes in the road used by the rich in modern cars with advanced suspension systems; we fix them. If the roof leaks on a stadium built for outdoor sports played indoors, we build a new roof. If our old bridge needs repair, we build a new one. If our citizens are dissatisfied and protest, we hire more police and build more jails. If there are homeless and disabled in poverty; we spend billions on an Olympic binge, enhance a functional and pothole-free highway, and cut back social and educational funding. “There is no excuse for the high levels of poverty in Canada. None. None whatsoever.”(Mel Hurtig) It took a plague and civil unrest to bring Serfdom to its knees. Perhaps the swine flu or some new virus is poised to reduce the numbers of working poor, increasing their worth to employers. Perhaps those who question authority will generate civil disobedience disturbing enough to f
Today Labour Launched Their Election Manifesto
Today Labour Launched Their Election Manifesto
Labour Party Election Manifesto 2011 One Ireland - Jobs, Reform, Fairness Summary Jobs Put jobs and growth first. That means renegotiating the EU-IMF deal to include a jobs strategy, to share the debt burden with bondholders, to reduce the interest rate, and to leave room for Ireland's economy to grow. Build on our strengths. Labour has specific plans for job creation in Ireland's agri-food industry, tourism, renewable energy, creative industries, clean technology, and retail; for turning scientific research into jobs; and for developing new markets for Irish exports. Invest in jobs and training. Labour's €500 million Jobs Fund will fund new ideas to grow jobs in strategic sectors of the economy, while our plan for a Strategic Investment Bank will provide credit to grow businesses and build vital infrastructure. The Jobs Fund will also provide 60,000 new education and training opportunities to help those out of work to get back into employment. Make next generation broadband happen. Labour's plan brings together private sector funding in an innovative co-op to build a high-speed, next generation broadband network. Reform Change politics. Labour’s job in government is to serve the best interests of the Irish people. Labour will abolish the Seanad, end cronyism on State boards, and make Ministers and public servants accountable for their decisions. A new Constitution. Labour will ask a people’s convention to draw up a new Constitution setting out the aspirations, the values and the rules that Irish people want to live by now. Open up government. Labour will extend the right to Freedom of Information, require political lobbyists to be publicly registered, and introduce legal protection for whistleblowers. Reform public service. Labour has a plan to make the public service more flexible, work better, and to get better value for money. Fairness Keep taxes fair and balanced. Under Labour in government, no one earning less than €100,000 will pay more income tax. Labour’s plan to close the gap in our public finances is split 50:50 between spending cuts and new revenue-raising measures. A fairer, more affordable health system. Labour will reform the unfair two-tier health system to reduce the cost of delivering care, and use those savings to extend universal access to essential medical care. We will start by making access to primary care, such as GPs, more affordable. Make literacy a national cause. No child should leave school unable to read and write. Labour has a plan to improve child literacy for the first time in a generation. Equality is for everyone. Labour will hold a referendum on gay marriage rights.

car repair labor rates
car repair labor rates
Chilton 2005 Labor Guide Manual: (1981-2005) (Chilton Domestic & Import Labor Manual Guides)
With the Chilton® 2005 Labor Guide, professional technicians gain access to labor times for vehicle brands and models that conform to current Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association standards. Thousands of labor times for 1981 through 2005 domestic and imported vehicles reflect technicians' use of aftermarket tools and training. Updates based on technical hotline input, Original Equipment Manufacturer warranty times, and technical editor evaluation include more diagnostic labor times than ever before. Labor operations have been rewritten to conform to the most recent industry standards. Prior model coverage has been re-evaluated by experts to ensure accuracy. Chilton labor times are accepted by insurance and extended warranty companies.

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