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Studying things like cellular meiosis, the nomenclature of carboxylic acids, and the location of the 206 bones in the human body is not exactly a beloved pastime. It's little wonder that the rigor of training for a medical career is a deterrent to entering the field for many. While preparing for a career...[Continue Reading]
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If you've always dreamed of owning your own business and you have a passion for automobiles, then starting your own car dealership might just be a match made in entrepreneurial heaven. Considering consumers are always in need of quality new and used cars, owning a car dealership offers an impressive...[Continue Reading]
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With the use of technology increasing by the day, the job outlook for technical positions is improving exponentially. More and more companies find themselves in need of a good social media manager who can juggle their website, blog, Facebook, and Twitter accounts for them so they can focus on their business....[Continue Reading]
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More and more technology companies are rushing to invest in Portland's economy. Construction on new sites in the city brings plenty of new job opportunities as well. Not only will Portland experience a boost in construction and real estate industries, but a sustained growth in other industries as well....[Continue Reading]
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For the average American male, falling into a job or a career without much planning is too often the norm. But a number of jobs offer great salaries, prospects, and daily duties that would make many different personality types happy. Take a look at what you like and what you're good at, and find a job...[Continue Reading]
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