—————— 原始邮件 —————— 发件人: The White House < info@messages.whitehouse.gov > 发送时间: 2014年02月06日 05:48 收件人: 1779642876 < 1779642876@qq.com > 主题: First Lady Michelle Obama: “I’m First” DAILY SNAPSHOT Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Featured First Lady Michelle Obama: “I’m First” Today, we are releasing a special video message from the First Lady in which she talks about being the first in her family to attend college. This video is part of the “I’m First” storytelling project, which lifts up the stories of first-generation college students in order to inspire future generations. As the First Lady says in her video, “no matter where you come from or how much money your family has, I want you to know that you can succeed in college, and get your degree, and then go on to build an incredible life for yourself.” Watch the First Lady share her experience as a first-generation college student: Top Stories Making Progress on ConnectED Yesterday, President Obama announced that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will invest $2 billion over the next two years to dramatically expand high-speed Internet connectivity for America’s schools and libraries — connecting more than 20 million students to next-generation broadband and wireless. He also announced that private-sector companies have committed more than $750 million to deliver cutting-edge technologies to classrooms. READ MORE Announcing the First White House Maker Faire At the 2012 White House Science Fair, Joey Hudy wowed the President by using a homemade cannon to send a marshmallow flying across the State Dining Room. Joey then handed the President a business card reading, “Don’t be bored, make something.” The saying became a rallying cry for the President’s efforts to grow a generation of students who are “makers of things, not just consumers of things.” Inspired by “Joey Marshmallow” and the millions of citizen-makers driving the next era of American innovation, we are thrilled to announce plans to host the first-ever White House Maker Faire later this year. READ MORE Last Chance: Apply for the Chance to Attend a White House State Visit Arrival Ceremony On Tuesday, February 11th, 2014, President Obama and the First Lady will welcome President François Hollande of France to the White House. Sign up before 6:00 PM ET tonight for your chance to join other White House social media followers at the Official Visit. READ MORE Today’s Schedule All times are Eastern Time (ET) 10:45 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:15 AM: The Vice President delivers remarks at the 2014 UAW National Community Action Program Conference 11:30 AM: The President meets with senior advisors 1:00 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney 1:45 PM: The President meets with Democratic Senators at the Senate Democratic Issues Conference 4:00 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Secretary of the Treasury Lew 4:45 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Secretary of State Kerry Facebook Twitter | More Ways to Engage Did Someone Forward This to You? Sign Up for Email Updates

《—————— 原始邮件 —————— 发件人: The White House < info@messages.whitehouse.gov > 发送时间: 2014年02月06日 05:48 收件人: 1779642876 < 1779642876@qq.com > 主题: First Lady Michelle Obama: “I’m First” DAILY SNAPSHOT Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Featured First Lady Michelle Obama: “I’m First” Today, we are releasing a special video message from the First Lady in which she talks about being the first in her family to attend college. This video is part of the “I’m First” storytelling project, which lifts up the stories of first-generation college students in order to inspire future generations. As the First Lady says in her video, “no matter where you come from or how much money your family has, I want you to know that you can succeed in college, and get your degree, and then go on to build an incredible life for yourself.” Watch the First Lady share her experience as a first-generation college student: Top Stories Making Progress on ConnectED Yesterday, President Obama announced that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will invest $2 billion over the next two years to dramatically expand high-speed Internet connectivity for America’s schools and libraries — connecting more than 20 million students to next-generation broadband and wireless. He also announced that private-sector companies have committed more than $750 million to deliver cutting-edge technologies to classrooms. READ MORE Announcing the First White House Maker Faire At the 2012 White House Science Fair, Joey Hudy wowed the President by using a homemade cannon to send a marshmallow flying across the State Dining Room. Joey then handed the President a business card reading, “Don’t be bored, make something.” The saying became a rallying cry for the President’s efforts to grow a generation of students who are “makers of things, not just consumers of things.” Inspired by “Joey Marshmallow” and the millions of citizen-makers driving the next era of American innovation, we are thrilled to announce plans to host the first-ever White House Maker Faire later this year. READ MORE Last Chance: Apply for the Chance to Attend a White House State Visit Arrival Ceremony On Tuesday, February 11th, 2014, President Obama and the First Lady will welcome President François Hollande of France to the White House. Sign up before 6:00 PM ET tonight for your chance to join other White House social media followers at the Official Visit. READ MORE Today’s Schedule All times are Eastern Time (ET) 10:45 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:15 AM: The Vice President delivers remarks at the 2014 UAW National Community Action Program Conference 11:30 AM: The President meets with senior advisors 1:00 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney 1:45 PM: The President meets with Democratic Senators at the Senate Democratic Issues Conference 4:00 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Secretary of the Treasury Lew 4:45 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Secretary of State Kerry Facebook Twitter | More Ways to Engage Did Someone Forward This to You? Sign Up for Email Updates》有2个想法

  1. 法兰西的故事:法国的生活水平:

    一项民调显示,在法国生活,每月,最少要 1490 欧元 (巴黎地区:1620,外省小城市:1430),比2008年,增加了75欧元.
    法国工薪人员到底平均挣多少工资?
    法国全国统计及经济研究所(INSEE)公布一项研究,对全国各个工薪阶层的收入状况做了一个全面的勾勒,结果显示,在2001至2009年间,法国人的工资水平总体上升,2009年,平均月工资净收入1605欧元。
    公、私营企业间的收入差别、以及男女职工同工不同酬的现象仍然存在。
    据法国全国统计及经济研究所的这项研究,2009年,法国所有行业的薪资水平较2001年总体上升了5%。包括,公营和私营、商业、手工业者以及自由职业者在内的受薪人员平均年收入19270欧元,计每月1605欧元,每个工作日63欧元。
    这一增长在预计之中!
    如果只对50%收入水平最低的人员进行统计的话,其平均工资只能达到每月1441欧元,即年收入17300欧元。
    法国的最低工资,是每月净拿1128欧元。
    法国全国统计及经济研究所公布了2010年法国工薪阶层收入。

    1. 平均工资:
    2010年法国工薪阶层的平均月工资为2082欧元(净收入,下同),平均毛工资收入为2764欧元(1欧元约等于8元人民币)。

    2. 工资差距:
    大约半数工薪阶层的月工资低于1675欧元,90%的工薪阶层月工资低于3317欧元,1%的工薪阶层月工资高于7654欧元。

    3. 最低工资:
    10%的工薪阶层的月工资低于1142欧元。

    4. 工人工资:
    法国工人的平均月工资为1583欧元,同比下降0.2%。在法国的工薪阶层中,工人所占比例为32.3%。

    5. 白领工资:
    法国白领的平均工资为3950欧元。

    6. 妇女工资:
    法国妇女的平均工资比男士低19.7%,比2001年同期(低21.5%)略有改善。

    7. 小时工资:
    非全日工作者的小时工资低于全日工作者的小时工资,前者为每小时15.24欧元,后者为18.41欧元。

    8. 加班工资:
    加班时间占工薪阶层工作时间的比例为2.4%!
    对于38%的工薪阶层来说,加班工资占工资总额的比例为8.4%。
    对于白领和工人,这一比例为9%。

    9. 工资增幅:
    2010年,58%的工薪阶层的实际工资得到增加(即工资增幅高于同期通货膨胀率)。

      法国全国统计及经济研究所不久前公布了2010年法国工薪阶层收入。

      1.平均工资

      2010年法国工薪阶层的平均月工资为2082欧元(净收入,下同),平均毛工资收入为2764欧元(1欧元约等于8元人民币)。

      2.工资差距

      大约半数工薪阶层的月工资低于1675欧元,90%的工薪阶层月工资低于3317欧元,1%的工薪阶层月工资高于7654欧元。

      3.最低工资

      10%的工薪阶层的月工资低于1142欧元。

      4.工人工资

      法国工人的平均月工资为1583欧元,同比下降0.2%。在法国的工薪阶层中,工人所占比例为32.3%。

      5.白领工资

      法国白领的平均工资为3950欧元。

      6.妇女工资

      法国妇女的平均工资比男士低19.7%,比2001年同期(低21.5%)略有改善。

      7.小时工资

      非全日工作者的小时工资低于全日工作者的小时工资,前者为每小时15.24欧元,后者为18.41欧元。

      8.加班工资

      加班时间占工薪阶层工作时间的比例为2.4%,但对于38%的工薪阶层来说,加班工资占工资总额的比例为8.4%。对于白领和工人,这一比例为9%。

    2011年的收入中位线是 1630 欧元!
    法国,870万人生活在贫困线以下(每月 977 欧元)。
    2级分化在加大中。

    64% 的人认为:应该增加社会保障。

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  2. —————— 原始邮件 ——————
    发件人: The White House < info@messages.whitehouse.gov >
    发送时间: 2014年02月06日 05:48
    收件人: 1779642876 < 1779642876@qq.com >
    主题: First Lady Michelle Obama: “I’m First”

    DAILY SNAPSHOT
    Wednesday, February 5, 2014

    Featured
    First Lady Michelle Obama: “I’m First”

    Today, we are releasing a special video message from the First Lady in which she talks about being the first in her family to attend college. This video is part of the “I’m First” storytelling project, which lifts up the stories of first-generation college students in order to inspire future generations.

    As the First Lady says in her video, “no matter where you come from or how much money your family has, I want you to know that you can succeed in college, and get your degree, and then go on to build an incredible life for yourself.”

    Watch the First Lady share her experience as a first-generation college student:

    Top Stories
    Making Progress on ConnectED

    Yesterday, President Obama announced that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will invest $2 billion over the next two years to dramatically expand high-speed Internet connectivity for America’s schools and libraries — connecting more than 20 million students to next-generation broadband and wireless. He also announced that private-sector companies have committed more than $750 million to deliver cutting-edge technologies to classrooms.

    READ MORE

    Announcing the First White House Maker Faire

    At the 2012 White House Science Fair, Joey Hudy wowed the President by using a homemade cannon to send a marshmallow flying across the State Dining Room. Joey then handed the President a business card reading, “Don’t be bored, make something.” The saying became a rallying cry for the President’s efforts to grow a generation of students who are “makers of things, not just consumers of things.” Inspired by “Joey Marshmallow” and the millions of citizen-makers driving the next era of American innovation, we are thrilled to announce plans to host the first-ever White House Maker Faire later this year.

    READ MORE

    Last Chance: Apply for the Chance to Attend a White House State Visit Arrival Ceremony

    On Tuesday, February 11th, 2014, President Obama and the First Lady will welcome President François Hollande of France to the White House. Sign up before 6:00 PM ET tonight for your chance to join other White House social media followers at the Official Visit.

    READ MORE

    Today’s Schedule
    All times are Eastern Time (ET)

    10:45 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

    11:15 AM: The Vice President delivers remarks at the 2014 UAW National Community Action Program Conference

    11:30 AM: The President meets with senior advisors

    1:00 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney

    1:45 PM: The President meets with Democratic Senators at the Senate Democratic Issues Conference

    4:00 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Secretary of the Treasury Lew

    4:45 PM: The President and Vice President meet with Secretary of State Kerry

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