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Four Reasons Your English Classes Still Matter

February 6, 2017

Remember when you were struggling along with factoring in Algebra class? But you thought to yourself, it doesn’t matter, because you’ll never have to do factoring in real life. Well, many of us were hoping the same thing in English class: “It doesn’t matter, right? This will never come up in real life.” It might […]

Making a Career Change?

January 12, 2017

By Christine H. It’s a familiar story to us all: once you begin working, you look for any old job that will give you a paycheck. Later, you want to grow and expand into a different field, maybe find your passion. However, you need experience to get a good job, and the only companies that […]

Is Self-Education the Way of the Future?

December 9, 2016

Education is our world’s key to the future. It is the single most important element to building a stable and ever-growing society. A major mission of every generation is to make sure that the generation that comes after them has it a little easier than they did, and the key to doing that is through […]

Warehouse Safety Tips

October 12, 2016

By: Alek Sabin   As of 2011, there are about 150,000 people who work in warehouses in the United States. Although working in a warehouse can be fun and offers the opportunity to move throughout the day, it can also be a dangerous environment if certain precautions aren’t taken. There are several ways that an […]

Tips for Creating a Healthier Work Environment

By: Maurine Anderson A healthy work environment can do much to improve company morale and keep employees happy while at work. And while you may not have control over whether or not your employees exercise, there is a lot that you can do as an employer to create a work environment that promotes health and […]

Five Ways Your Job Can Help You Stay Sober

October 3, 2016

As I own and operate several different rehab centers for drug and alcohol addiction, I always make a point to recommend to my clients that they get jobs and find careers immediately on completing one of my treatment programs.  Being in recovery myself, I can’t stress enough the importance of finding gainful employment in a […]

How to Stick to Your Prices

September 14, 2016

By: Alek Sabin Working as a freelancer or running your own business brings a large assortment of trials and tribulations that one must overcome every day. One of the most important factors of this lifestyle is being able to maintain a steady revenue so that you can support yourself and your family. This fact must […]

On the Question of Attention Spans and Boredom

September 5, 2016

By: Christine Hill   A study last year conducted by Microsoft found that since the year 2000 (about the time when digital devices became ubiquitous), the average human attention span has shrunk from 12 seconds to 8 seconds.   While most people respond to this revelation with a cry bemoaning the loss of focus and […]

Top Benefits from Working in a Ski Resort

August 12, 2016

Anyone who has always dreamed of working in a ski resort probably has one major motivator in mind: the amazing powder! For most mere mortals, skiing is an activity that can only be pursued in the holidays; those living in warmer climes, meanwhile, often have to wait until the winter season to feel the freedom of […]

Planning Your Vacation in Vietnam (Maybe Even Get Some Business Done)

August 11, 2016

By Christine Hill The days of communist strictures and hostile relationships with Western society are at an end for Vietnam. In their wake, we see an awakening country full of friendly locals, breathtaking scenery, rich cultural heritage, growing economy, and great prices for international visitors.   Some General Information about Vietnam   The great prices […]

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