terça-feira, 22 de julho de 2014

Poder de Deus E, Ele entrando no barco, seus seguidores o acompanharam. E eis que se levantou no mar tão grande tempestade que o barco era coberto pelas ondas; e Ele, porém, estava dormindo. Seus seguidores aproximaram e o despertaram, dizendo: Salva-nos, pois vamos morrer. E Jesus lhes respondeu: Por que temeis, homens de pouca fé? Então, levantando-se repreendeu os ventos e o mar, e seguiu-se grande calma. E aqueles homens se maravilharam, dizendo: Que homem é este, que até os ventos e o mar lhe obedecem? E, aproximando-se Jesus, falou aos seus discípulos dizendo: Foi-me dada toda o Poder no céu e na terra. [Mateus 8.24-24, Mateus 28.18]

Hey, everyone --
During his State of the Union address, the President asked me to lead an across-the-board review of our nation's job-training programs.
It's a top priority for the President, and it is absolutely critical to our economy's success.
I've met with business leaders, community college presidents, governors and mayors, and most importantly, hard-working Americans who were hit hard by the Great Recession, but who are doing everything they can to learn new skills to find a decent, good-paying middle-class job.
And there was a clear consensus: We must rethink how we train today's workers so that our programs are job-driven, teaching real skills that employers need.
We’ve heard from businesses that many jobs in today's brightest sectors go unfilled because there simply aren't enough people with the skills to do them. That's not good for businesses, it's not good for workers, and it's not good for this country.
Some of our country's businesses, community colleges, and state and local training programs -- often supported with federal dollars -- have found ways to successfully prepare Americans for these jobs. We need to make sure our entire system is learning from them.
We're taking steps to improve that training, directing federal agencies to make current programs that serve more than 21 million Americans smarter, and holding training programs that use public funds accountable for making a difference.
This isn't the only step we're taking to make sure Americans have the skills they need, either. Today, I joined President Obama as he signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act into law. It connects more ready-to-work Americans with ready-to-be-filled jobs. And it builds on bipartisan efforts in Congress to improve business engagement and accountability. While there's still more to do, it's another important step in getting Americans working.
Thanks,
Vice President Joe Biden




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Brazil: Midyear Economic and Political Outlook

This traditional annual program covers the main topics fueling the debate between analysts and investors about Brazil in the current year.

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Paul Rodel
Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
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Paulo Vieira da CunhaHead of Macro Research, Ice Canyon LLC
Speakers:
Murillo de Aragão, Political Scientist and Founder, Arko Advice Ltda.
Ruggero de'RossiVice President, Senior Portfolio Manager, Federated Investors, Inc.
Marcelo SalomonChief Economist, Barclays Capital
Shelly ShettyHead of Latin Americas Sovereign, Fitch Ratings
Tony Volpon
, Managing Director, Head of Emerging Markets Research, Americas, Nomura Securities International Inc.
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