America has a “need for things to be cheap” problem. It is why we have an undocumented worker issue to begin with. They tried hiring suburban high schoolers to do this in the 1960s. It failed miserably. This is hard work that is decades away from any real automation and if we want to grow food on our own soil, we either have a pay high prices at the supermarket or expect undocumented workers to do the hard stuff and at least give them basic human rights.

America has a “need
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Complementary Academic Instructional Programs (XREF / Cross References) extracted from Classification for Instructional Programs (CIP 2020) 415 XREF in total.

Complementary Academic Instructional Programs
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Yes, I find cross-referencing interesting which is why I’m extracting this data. Cross References for CIP Codes (Academic Instruction Programs) in 51 – HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND RELATED PROGRAMS.

Yes, I find cross-referencing
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eh, they’re on the side of ConAngra, etc for sure so yeah. I expect my pound of corporate plastic a year. But what I like about them; and I don’t just like this a little but I like this a lot; the FDA recall function when there is food poisoning; and they are (usually) aggressive when it comes to algae and mold contamination in factories and sewage spilling in (such as flooding incidents, etc – a toilet backing up near a plant floor can make a week long shutdown). But is there any excuse for their approval of corporate bullshit stuff? no. But I like their public safety function, (acknowledging how many of those things shouldn’t be on the market in the first place)

 eh, they’re on the
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