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Virtual Technology For Working Remotely

by Tom Senkus, Businesscomputingworld.co.uk
July 12, 2018

Thanks to recent advances in virtual technology, it has never been easier to run a business from a location other than where you’re currently located. Considering we’re living in the fast-paced 21st century, businesses need to be able to extend their reach to remain competitive and on-the-go. In this article, we’ll take a look at...[Click to read more]

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6 companies hiring now that offer work-from-home jobs and unlimited vacation

by Abigail Hess, Cnbc.com
July 11, 2018

How people work is rapidly evolving. For the past several decades, technology has increasingly allowed workers to collaborate from across the globe – or from the comfort of their own homes. Today, the United States is facing a particularly tight labor market and companies are forced to compete for top talent. Now that millennials make up...[Click to read more]

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5 Tips for Effectively Managing Your Time

by T2conline.com
July 11, 2018

Time management is a topic that has been covered extensively for decades but many people still struggle with punctuality and planning. Poor time management makes it difficult to realize personal, professional and business goals. Time management is not just about avoiding distractions so you can put in the hours at work. It also involves striking the...[Click to read more]

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How to tell if a potential job will let you have a life

by Michelle Goodman, Seattletimes.com
July 10, 2018

Nobody starts a job hunt hoping to land a position that regularly requires 60-hour workweeks. Unfortunately most companies that disregard work-life balance don’t publicize this information. So it’s up to job seekers to weed them out. If you’re interviewing for a new position, here’s how to determine whether the employer in question recognizes the importance...[Click to read more]

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