A recent article in Forbes found that many employers in the U.S. are using industrial ear plugs to screen out applicants.
The article reported that some companies, like the Ear Piercing Industry Council, have taken to calling the devices “pipes” and “pods” in a way that is aimed at attracting employees with no prior experience in the industry.
However, the article also revealed that ear piercing companies were paying a premium to lure in candidates who have had prior experience and are more willing to work hard to secure a job.
In fact, Ear Piercing Industries Council, the industry’s trade association, is planning to introduce an annual awards program to incentivize companies to hire applicants with prior experience, according to Forbes.
“It’s about being able to recruit candidates who are not only capable, but also have the necessary skills,” John Kagan, executive vice president and general counsel for Ear Piercing, told Forbes.
“It’s not about getting a person with no experience, because there’s no such thing as experience.”
In addition to being used to screen people out, ear plugs also are commonly used as a way to monitor the body in order to assess its health.
Ear plugs can also be used to monitor people who are having a heart attack.
Kagan told Forbes that ear plugs were used to determine the health of people with the disease “for the first time ever,” and that they were used in cases like those in the case of the man who died after he had an elective heart transplant.
According to Forbes, Kagan said the device is used to help determine whether someone has the disease, which can be fatal.
A recent article by Forbes reported that the United States’ health care system is facing a crisis as more and more people are being denied coverage.
In the article, the U,S.
Health and Human Services Agency noted that the number of people who were denied coverage for any reason rose by nearly 10% in the last three years.
According to Forbes’ report, ear plug use is growing in other countries, like India, China, and South Korea.
Ear piercings have also been used as part of an Ebola prevention program in Kenya.
In India, where the country has been experiencing a spike in cases, the ear piercages are being used as an emergency room tool to prevent people from spreading the virus, according a CNN report.