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Human ingenuity is often most prominently displayed when it comes to finding ways to promote business. If you need proof of that, look no further than the new Openbay software application, a program that allows car owners to shop online for auto repairs. This and other recent advances have helped auto...[Continue Reading]
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There are jobs with excellent benefits and jobs that allow people to give back. Rarely the two meet. But in education, teachers are provided with good benefits as they help shape tomorrows. Here are a few other reasons to consider becoming a grade school teacher: Get Summers Off Image via Flickr...[Continue Reading]
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Modern restaurants need much more than a team of chefs and wait staff to make them succeed. These unusual careers are leading a food revolution which is taking the restaurant industry into the 21st century. Food Service Consultants Improve Efficiency You might have run your kitchen the same way...[Continue Reading]
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With the national unemployment rate hovering between six and eight percent, it's essential that your résumé showcases your best qualities. Even little mistakes can put you behind other job applicants. Blue-collar workers can make sure their résumés get more than a passing glance by avoiding these 6 simple...[Continue Reading]
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The country's most successful insurance salespeople net more than a million dollars each year. However, many wannabes lured by those big financial payoffs crash and burn in their first 12 months. Should you take the risk and transition to an insurance sales position? It all depends on you! Here are a...[Continue Reading]
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