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10 Techniques to Meet That Deadline

The ability to complete a task by a set deadline is important for just about everyone. Remember your first bit of homework in elementary school? Even from that early age, we understood that failing to meet the deadline came with consequences. Of course, as we grow older, the tasks and […]

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Fun Facts About the Winter Games

Every four years the worldwide view of snow changes. Instead of being seen as a part of the morning news forecast, that fluffy white powder becomes a platform for some of the greatest athletes to perform their remarkable skill. Athletes from roughly 90 countries will participate in the 2018 sporting […]

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A Brief History of U.S. Currency

Our paper currency is printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which is one of the most visited buildings of the U.S. Government. Why is our currency green? Why do we have paper and coin options? U.S. Currency has a colorful history worth exploring. First, let’s start at the beginning.

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How to Stop Perfectionism From Controlling Your Life

The daily quest for perfection in all things is believed to affect up to 30% of the population. If you obsess over the small details of a project or struggle to come to terms with minor flaws in your performance, you may well be a perfectionist. But it isn’t a […]

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25 Basic Skills You Should Know

The early years of school cover a wide variety of topics: math, reading, writing, how our government is arranged and why the sky is blue. However, there are many basic skills that we should learn but miss out on since they aren’t always part of the standard curriculum. Some of [...]
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The Resume Shuffle

During the height of the Great Recession, the unemployment rate reached 10%; recently, it has dropped to 4.1%.1 However, there’s a “shadow” statistic that’s rarely reported: the labor participation rate, which is the percentage of Americans who are either working full-time, or are actively seeking full-time employment. Immediately preceding the recession the […]

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