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Water Well Journal September 2015

We have just received our digital edition of the Water Well Journal for September 2015. In this issue, the focus is on water conservation and green technology. 87 more words

Climate Change

Been Patching Up the Torn Up Fishnets Since They Were Younger, as the Pair of Brothers Grew Up, They’d Started Manufacturing the Parts for Some International Brands

Hard working men, entrepreneurship, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The pair of brothers from Mazu set up their company, Hsu-Huei, stuck to their guns for two years, weathered through the hardships at the beginning of their self-employment ventures, and managed to get the major companies of Timberland, Kangol, and Nike to sign with them. 622 more words


10 Types Of Employees You Should Always Avoid Being

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Today, we would be highlighting ten personalities we have around us in our work environment that we do not necessarily agree with their general work ethics, but we would say have grown on us over time or rather should we say you have grown to be tolerant with. 968 more words


5 Questions That Determine What Stays And What Goes On Your Resumé

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We have all had that moment where after carefully crafting our CV, it is still above the required number of pages. We begin to brainstorm and think of ways we can present all this “awesomeness” into one single document. 690 more words


Can you visualize the CPU falling?

Some days I want to throw my computer out the window.
I imagine it falling seven floors down.
It shatters, my eyes open in surprise. 231 more words


The Overconfident Millennial

Of course, this is a euphemism–I mean to say arrogant (yikes! And I belong to this generation).

This morning, I came across a news article about a five-year degree graduate complaining about his Alma mater.  242 more words


8 Things You Should Do Before You Start Your Work Day

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We all have good and bad mornings. Some mornings start off with a spring in our step while some others, just don’t. For both good and not-so-good mornings, we would be highlighting a few things you could do that could help in making your day hassle free, and basically set the mood for the day ahead. 669 more words