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Coworking Space for Women Opens in San Diego

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Coworking Space for Women Opens in San Diego

The cool new way to work is the kind of office where there’s always fresh coffee and no office politics. And you can leave anytime you feel like it. This is coworking: think co-op with wi-fi. It’s a new breed of flexible office spaces catching on globally by attracting independent contractors and work-at-home professionals as […]

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From MyWorkButterfly.com – Pros and Cons of a Home-Based Business

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From MyWorkButterfly.com – Pros and Cons of a Home-Based Business

If you are seeking to balance career and family, looking for flexibility and increased freedom, or are looking to take advantage of new opportunities to increase income, a home-based business may be right for you. Entrepreneurs enjoy independence, but that freedom comes at a price. If you are interested in self-employment but are unsure about […]

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Unemployment, Training and Finding Work in Vietnam: A Big Job

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Unemployment, Training and Finding Work in Vietnam: A Big Job

Farmland in Vietnam  is being gobbled up for development at the rate of 17,000 hectares — more than 65 square miles — per year, putting an annual average 238,000 poorly educated rural farmers out of work in the process. Vietnam’s Communist government reports a “high” rate of rural unemployment of 3.74% during the first 9 […]

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Nigeria’s Future Depends on Human Capital, Not Oil

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Nigeria’s Future Depends on Human Capital, Not Oil

Awash in oil, rife with corruption, 3.3 million people living with HIV/AIDS, and simmering ethnic/regional tensions, Nigeria is at least giving a nod toward education and the development of a workforce that will have soemthing to offer in the nation’s post-oil economy other than submitting slavery in return for survival. Political and economic reforms began […]

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Infographic: The High Cost Dropping Out of College

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Infographic: The High Cost Dropping Out of College

Infographic: The High Cost Dropping Out of College

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HR Expert Dave Ulrich Urges Vietnam to Emulate Singapore

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HR Expert Dave Ulrich Urges Vietnam to Emulate Singapore

From Viet Nam News — Ho Chi Minh City — Close cooperation between government, companies and educators is necessary for Vietnam to develop a national talent strategy, according to University of Michigan Professor Dave Ulrich. Speaking at an international seminar on human resources that took place 29 Sept. 2011, held by the PACE Institute of […]

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