A new survey finds a huge spike in hiring in Ohio for surveyors

OHIO — — A new Ohio survey shows a surge in hiring for surveyor jobs in the state, which is looking for more data on the health and safety of the population.

The new survey from the Ohio State University says more than half of surveyors are hiring in the Ohio area, a state that has had some of the worst air quality in the nation for years.

The survey of nearly 3,000 people was conducted online and will be released Wednesday in a report.

The findings show a jump of more than 50% in surveyor hiring since the end of July, according to the survey.

That’s about 3,500 jobs.

The number of surveyor positions in the Buckeye State is down slightly, but still a big jump, said Steve Vickers, who conducted the survey with his wife and company, SurveyMonkey.

They are looking at data from across the state.

Vickers said Ohio has more surveyors than any other state.

“We were surprised, it’s been pretty much steady,” he said.

The Ohio State survey was done in June.

He said the trend is not just a statewide trend.

He and his company were hiring for more than 10 years in Ohio.

Ohio State says it is not a survey, it is a hiring tool.

Vicks said the state is hiring for data scientists, social workers, and public health specialists.

The company is also looking for people to fill the positions.

The job is filled by an engineer or a statistician, Vickers said.

How to stop bob parry’s political career

The chief of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Bob Parry, has been caught on tape saying that if he ever had a chance to be president, he’d put the term “bob” in front of his name.

The comment comes during a meeting with a reporter who wants to know if he can put the phrase in front to make it seem like he’s the “first bobb” in the country.

The chief said that he’d take care of it if the reporter would like.

He then turned to a reporter and asked, “Can you put the word ‘bob’ in front?”

It turns out that the phrase isn’t technically spelled “bobb” at all, but it’s just “bobe” and the chief was making a joke about it.

He said he’d make it into a meme for the president.

This is how we’ve become a nation of bobs.

Parry’s comments are a blow to President Trump, who had repeatedly vowed to “take a bob out” if he was elected.

And even though Parry didn’t actually say “bobby,” the comment was pretty much a political jab at him, given his history of making offensive comments about blacks.

Parris has been in a political tussle with the president for the past two years over his refusal to take a stand on the Civil Rights Act.

The issue has dragged on for years, with the two sides both arguing that it was a “bad idea” that Congress needed to pass the law.

But it has also grown more heated recently.

On March 26, Parry made a comment about the need for more African Americans to join the military, which has drawn criticism from Democrats and some Republicans.

He also said on CNN on March 26 that he was concerned about “a lot of things” going on in the U.S. The president had been calling for the removal of Parry from his position for years.

On May 11, Parris announced that he would resign.

Parries remarks were “disgusting,” said a spokesman for the office of President Joe Biden.

“The President has said repeatedly that Bob Parrry is unfit for the job of Chief Engraver.

Bob’s continued employment in the Bureau puts him in direct conflict with his oath to serve the public,” said spokesman Mark Zaid.

“He has never served the public in any way and should never have been hired by the Bureau, let alone appointed to any position in the Government.

He is an embarrassment to the Administration and to the nation.”