FOX News host Jesse Watters reacts to cash and gold bars being found in Sen. Bob Menendez’s home before his indictment on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”
JESSE WATTERS: When Langley needs a narrative, they feed a journalist. … So, what message was American intelligence sending when the FBI found a half a million in cash sewn into a senator’s windbreaker and gold bars stashed in his closet? Well, it was a message that “Gold Bar Bob” didn’t get.
Gold Bar is sticking it out. So, Langley shifted to plan B. The CIA now says Gold Bar Bob was a spy. Former intelligence agents told “The Intercept,” “It certainly appears like the Egyptian government was using a classic source recruitment pattern to get Menendez and his wife to spy for them.”
Another one says the evidence suggests they viewed Menendez as a source possibly “assisting Egyptian intelligence in more covert and damaging ways.” So, Gold Bar Bob is not just greedy. He is a traitor. This is the same Trump playbook they used last time. They just switched countries from Russia to Egypt, but why was Gold Bar Bob such a threat to Democrats since Democrats have been taking bribes for decades?
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These Are The Most Sought-After Entry Level Jobs In 2023
In the fast-paced realm of job hunting, staying ahead of the curve is crucial. And if you are an entry-level job applicant, the pressure is a notch higher.
New entrants in any job market today compete with groundbreaking technology like ChatGPT in addition to their peers. In the United States, these applicants have to also wade through an uncertain labor market, inflation, and long lists of job requirements.
Visual Capitalist’s Freny Fernandes and Bhabna Banerjee, using data from Indeed.com, have identified the most sought-after entry level positions for applicants both with and without a degree in the U.S., and the year-on-year growth of these job postings.
Most Sought-After Entry-Level Jobs With a Degree
As the U.S. job market recovers from its pandemic slump, some careers are now booming. This in turn has opened up numerous opportunities for entry-level job applicants.
The demand for sales jobs multiplied this year as customer-facing businesses slowly returned to their pre-pandemic levels.
At the top of this list is the job for an Outside Sales Representative. Paying upwards of $60,000, postings for this job have grown by over 250% in a year, making it the most sought-after position for applicants with a degree.
The healthcare industry has secured its place in the top ranks too. Careers including mental health case managers, speech pathologists, behavioral therapists, and patient access managers dominate the Top 20 list.
Let’s not forget about the tech sector. While entry-level network technicians can earn upwards of $85,000 on average, while IT engineers are paid an entry package of over $90,000.
Most Sought-After Entry-Level Jobs Without a Degree
Nearly 65% of the U.S. working population does not have a four-year degree. However, millions of these workers continue to be highly skilled across professions and have a shot at some of the most sought-after entry level jobs in the country.
One example of this job is that of an Inventory Manager. The demand for skilled inventory managers in warehouses and companies post-pandemic has doubled the position’s job share in a year.
One of the highest paying non-degree jobs in this list—Auto Body Technician—can fetch highly-skilled entry-level workers a salary of $82,000 per year.
These jobs don’t seem to require a degree according to Indeed. However, the rising competition for these positions might give the upper edge to applicants with one, especially for jobs on the list such as Business Analyst and Relationship Banker.
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Gianna Hanf led the way for Northern Burlington, scoring a goal to go along with an assist as it defeated Lenape 2-1 in Columbus.
Angelina Marino had a goal as well with Samantha Skwarek tallying nine saves.
Junior Stone Mumink had his first career hat trick, by halftime, as Pennsville rolled to a 6-1 road win at Paulsboro. Mumink scored three of the first four goals in the opening half.
Jake Isaac, Trevor Ham and Brody Wiggins got into the scoring column as Pennsville won its fourth game in 10 starts. Coen Rinnier and Locklann Hooks shared time in the goal.
Emma Woros recorded 14 saves for Millburn in its 1-0 loss against Montclair in Millburn.
Montclair (4-2-1) sported a 1-0 lead at halftime before holding on for the victory.
Samira Lukovic scored both of Cedar Grove’s goals as it shut out Nutley 2-0 in Nutley.
On a day when action all over the Garden State was postponed or delayed due to weather, there was no delaying Garfield’s offense on Friday.
Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been denied Secret Service protection despite the agency determining that he is at an elevated “risk for adverse attention,” documents show. Eleven pages of records obtained by Judicial Watch, a government watchdog group, show that the Biden administration’s Secret Service conducted a “protective intelligence assessment” on the…
Team Europe was leading the U.S. after the first day of the Ryder Cup in Italy Friday, and a war of words continued off the course after Brooks Koepka took issue with Jon Rahm.
Koepka took exception to Rahm’s behavior during the tournament at the Marco Simone Golf Club.
The American, along with Scottie Scheffler, were poised to earn the first American point when they led one up on the 18th hole.
However, Rahm holed his 35-foot putt for eagle and gave Europe a half. The shot brought more sour feelings for the Americans during a rough first day.
“I mean, I want to hit a board and pout just like Jon Rahm did,” Koepka said in a TV interview. “But, you know, it is what it is. Act like a child. But we’re adults. We move on.”
It wasn’t clear what Koepka was talking about.
Team Europe captain Luke Donald said he wasn’t sure what Koepka was referring to.
“Jon is a passionate person, but I didn’t see him acting any other way,” Donald said.
U.S. captain Zach Johnson suggested Koepka may have been frustrated with how Rahm helped save the point for his team and how the rest of the day went for the team overall.
“I’m sure Brooks is frustrated, like all 12 of us, 18 of us are, frustrated, with today and the result. The way I see it is Jon … were they one down going into that hole; is that right?” Johnson said, via Golf.com.
“And the only thing you probably can’t do in that situation — because we had two birdie putts — was to leave it short. So, he executed his shot, played the percentages properly; meaning, you’ve got to get it to the hole, and the ball went in. Tip of the cap. Great putt.”
Team Europe ended Friday leading 6½ to 1½.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Rev. Gustavo Castillo led the Pentecostal congregation he’s been growing in this Minneapolis suburb through prayer, Scriptures, rousing music and sometimes tearful testimonials on Saturday.