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By: Charles Douglas Wehner
The Internet is full of "GOSH-JOURNALISM" articles about Addison's disease. Sometimes, these are written by somebody who declares himself to be a doct (read entire article)
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By: Peter Crump
Acne is the most common skin complaint in the world. And it is not restricted to teenagers. Adult acne is a common but rarely discussed complaint tha (read entire article)
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By: Dr. Sherin ElKhawaga
THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS HAD A SPECIAL LANGUAGE CALLED HIEROGLYPHICS. THIS LANGUAGE USED ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ALPHABET AND OTHER WORDS, SENTENCES OR (read entire article)
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By: David Richter
Is your current or most recent job truly what you want to do? Do you dread the prospect of coming into work every day? Do you look back on you (read entire article)
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By: Nan S. Russell
"You ain't going nowhere, son. You ought to go back to drivin' a truck." What if Elvis believed this Grand Ole Opry manager's critique after his l9 (read entire article)
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By: Emily Clark
Sara spends much of her summer near the beach. She lives in amild climate and is very athletic. She loves to swim, bike andplay games out (read entire article)
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By: Anthony Ranieri
5 Critical Success Factors to Getting a JobBy Anthony RanieriIn 2000, I accepted a job as the Human Resources Manager for a large auto-com (read entire article)
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By: Debbie Brown, MSM, MSW
Career Goals and Stress:How to Achieve Goals and Maintain Your SanityDeborah R. Brown, MBA, MSW_______________________________________ (read entire article)
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By: Cecile Peterkin
To survive and thrive in today's competitive environment, it is not just what you know. You also need to be competent. You must stand out (read entire article)
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By: ajay pats
This article talks in brief about how to get maximum milage out of career fairs. You step into the hubbub of the career fair, take a deep br (read entire article)
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By: Steve Brunkhorst
Achieving excellence in our work is an integral part of feeling genuinely satisfied in life. We want our careers or businesses to blossom, making us f (read entire article)
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By: Michelle Casto
21St Century Career SuccessWhen it comes to modern career development, one thing we can all count on is change. With the advent of technology, tel (read entire article)
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By: Diana Clarke
Do you have what it takes to become an FBI special agent? Do you have a sincere desire to enforce federal laws and investigate crimes? (read entire article)
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By: Duane Shinn
There are roughly umpteen zillion reasons why you should learn enough chords to be able to “chord a song” at the piano. By “chord a song”, I (read entire article)
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By: Paula and Coach McCoach
101 Tips for Your Civil War Uniform Shirtby Paula and Coach McCoachSo you want to make or upgrade your Civil War uniform shirt, but yo (read entire article)
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By: Keith Varnum
What’s your dream? Want to give your vision a jumpstart? Write down your goals and use these questions to speed up delivery of your dream. (read entire article)
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By: Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant/
PERMISSION TO REPUBLISH: This article may be republished in newsletters and on web sites provided attribution is provided to the author, and it (read entire article)
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By: Duane Shinn
Playing by ear is the ability to play a piece of music (or, eventually, learn an instrument) by simply listening to it repeatedly. The majority of se (read entire article)
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By: Tania Hodder
It's no secret that massage therapists are in high demand in Australia, however for the person looking to embark on a new career in massage, the multi (read entire article)
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By: CMOE Development Team
Teamwork is a process that can be experienced outdoors and well as in the workplace. A lesson learned in one environment can be applied equally well (read entire article)
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By: Bill Dueease
Most people spend approximately 25% to over 67% of their waking hours working. Eventually, most everyone will want to work in a career that they enjoy (read entire article)
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By: Dale Lawrence
Career planning necessary to work outCareer planning is one of those things you don’t learn about in school but what decisions you make with y (read entire article)
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By: C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Before Chiropractic Schools accept one into their educational (read entire article)
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By: Tim North
E-mail is frequently written quickly and often poorly. The tipsthat follow should help you to write e-mail that will be wellreceived every tim (read entire article)
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By: Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933
I've been active in the Cisco Certification track for four years, working my way from the CCNA to the coveted Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (read entire article)
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By: Edward Weiss
When most people hear the word composer, they automatically think of classical composers like Mozart or Beethoven. This is the point where many "woul (read entire article)
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By: Michelle Roebuck
Informational interviews are designed to get as much information as you can about the industry and career you're seeking a job in from people who are (read entire article)
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By: Michael Kanehl
Correspondence Chess or E-mail Chess might be for you if can't spend a lot of time playing without interuptions because you also have a life (read entire article)
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By: Patricia Soldati
I don’t know about you… but I’m pretty tired of hearing about how you can “follow your dream” in three or four easy steps. I’ve seen plenty of people (read entire article)
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By: Jakob Jelling
By Jakob Jellinghttp://www.snapjunky.comThe digital camera is but a technological advancement of the conventional analog camera. And thus (read entire article)
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By: Emily Clark
Sprouts not only taste good, but they are also a great source ofvitamins, fiber, protein, anti-oxidants, and enzymes. A sprout isproduced (read entire article)
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By: Emily Clark
Many studies have been done to research the effects of motivationand mental health. As the implications of helping those withnegative sel (read entire article)
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By: Merle
Along with the advent of the Internet came a new way ofcommunicating called e-mail. If you spend a lot of time online andespecially if you're (read entire article)
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By: Nan S. Russell
Chuck was the best of the twenty-four candidates. Still, he didn't have exactly what I was looking for and my instincts warned me of his unusual perso (read entire article)
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By: Martin Haworth
Your career might be going great guns - or it might not. You may be 27 or 47; you might be at the top of the tree or you might be just a couple o (read entire article)
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By: Dilip Shaw
Most culinary colleges and cooking schools nationwide report that an increasing number of students are older adults with prior careers. Whether fulfil (read entire article)
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By: Liana Metal
Writing is a solitary task. Writing needs concentration and quiet. Writing requires absolute commitment. Are all there scary statements true? Wh (read entire article)
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By: Donna Moran
As many law enforcement candidates can vouch for, taking the police entrance exam can be a stressful and highly competitive experience. I decided to r (read entire article)
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By: Scott Brown
So what's the difference between a star performer who can name his/her salary and get whatever job he wants, and someone who can't? Very successful pe (read entire article)
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By: Dan Noyes
Aromatherapy is a therapy that uses aromatic oils, which are derived from leaves, bark, roots, seeds, resins and flowers of plants. They are blended i (read entire article)
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By: Rosemary Leake
Breaking into interior design can be a time consuming process that is full of bumps along the way. Interior design is a tight knit industry that does (read entire article)
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By: Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A.
BUILD A SUCCESS TEAM WITHIN YOUR JOB SEARCHThe concept of a success team is a greatconcept devised by Barbara Sher of:WISH (read entire article)
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By: Ramon Greenwood
Build Your Career DecisionByRamon GreenwoodDo you dislike making decisions and avoid the challenge whenever you can? Take hear (read entire article)
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By: MCSW Webmaster
When building catapults, armies had to include in their ranks those people capable of employing complicated mathematical formulas and turning them in (read entire article)
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By: Niall Cinneide
Sometimes the freelance writing jobs available are those that no one wants. Or, they are those that new businesses are looking to fill. You wi (read entire article)
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By: Brian Fong
Q. I didn't get a job that I interviewed for. The employer told me that I had "failed" the personality quiz. How is that possible? Does this mean that (read entire article)
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By: Freda J. Glatt, M.S.
Stop! Don't throw away those old calendars! There is so much you can do with a calendar to reinforce academic skills. Here are a few suggestions: 1 (read entire article)
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By: Susan Dunn, MA, Emotional Intelligence Coach
I’m sure you’re hearing the term Emotional Intelligence. It’s being talked about a lot these days. For most people there’s an immediate “click”. We re (read entire article)
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By: Paula McCoach
Bully Zapper Techniques Two and Three: Report and Keep a Listby Paula McCoachThe Second Basic Technique for Zapping Bullies -Report th (read entire article)
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By: Carl Mueller
Your communication skills are one of the most important attributes that are on trial every time you apply for a job.Whether it's written or verbal communication, you need to get your point across clea (read entire article)
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