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And this is to say nothing of the relatively low pay and increasing insecurity of the profession itself.
Maybe that's a natural response to the insecurity, frustration, and disappointment that the job market produces.
It is the bullying that brings about this insecurity, not the insecurity that brings about the bullying.
It must be said that his nasty tone betrays insecurity and suggests maybe he's not really all that sure of himself.
Patriarchy lives because these scientist have a need to control out of fear and insecurity.
For the first time in living memory, the people of this fertile, rainy country are facing widespread food insecurity.
Amid rising insecurity and uncertainty there is fear and a sense of foreboding.
Insecurity and the fears that accompany it have delayed rebel attempts to reclaim the streets.
Price hikes and food insecurity are today contributing to political instability.
In the rest of the world's eyes, of course, there could be no more dramatic demonstration of weakness and insecurity.
Food insecurity is suddenly a major problem worldwide.
Most noticeably, economic insecurity forced couples to have fewer children.
Even single mothers who are far from poor are likely to experience persistent economic insecurity.
At times of insecurity and uncertainty, the history of conflict is regurgitated as it is now over the planned center.
Already the boasting is uncomfortable to witness, because it stems so obviously from insecurity and a fear of losing face.
He owns up to his insecurity, his inability to rein in his ugly side.
If a certain uncertainty was the new status quo, the insecurity was mostly about money.
Insecurity keeps you from taking the steps you need.
Allowing myself to be seduced by fear and insecurity became a self-fulfilling prophecy of sabotage.
But for many workers, the only thing that has increased is insecurity.
It adds to the sense of insecurity that is one important factor driving the economy down.
Nor did he mention the harsh measures that the party, betraying its insecurity, employs to quash dissent.
But its remote location and insecurity rendered the cost of extraction too high.
The increase in kidnapping has heightened the feeling of insecurity, even among those with protection.
School dropouts will have to cope with a life of cash-strapped insecurity.
But this week's sudden mood-shift is a reminder that insecurity about terrorism lies not far below the surface.
Freedom has always entailed a level of insecurity, uncertainty, and other dangers.

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