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How to Gain Real World Experience in Philadelphia

You probably have dreams of a great career with a high salary and being able to afford a place of your own in Philadelphia. But how do you gain real world experience? Here are six ways to gain experience and get the skills you need so you can get your first job.

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How To Find A Quality Job After College

Graduation is an exciting time for college students, but it can also be a nerve-wracking one. The transition from student to professional can seem like it's supposed to be instantaneous.

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How to Improve Your Personal and Business Health

If you are an entrepreneur who is facing problems with performance, both business and personal, then you have to take measures to ensure your health and that of your business are optimal. Here is how:

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Make Yourself Stand Out Living in a Big City

If you live in a big city, then it can come with its benefits. However, it also has its downsides. It is a lot harder to stand out when there are more people. So if you are looking to get more attention for your potential job, then use the tips below.

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Bucks County's Network Now Conference Sparked by Appearances of Lu Ann Cahn, Lynn Doyle, Jennaphr Frederick, and Jen Groover

Some see others as who they are, not as who they can become. But, each person must always recognize that they are the only expert on their own developing lives. One way to progress personally is by pursuing positive connections with others. Higher levels of mutual success and fulfillment will naturally result from those shared journeys.

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If you've fallen victim to unemployment, bring out that creative side

In this economy nobody is safe.  Not even a seasoned individual with 15 years experience who excels at their craft is immune to an economy, which has contracted jobs at record levels in the past year.   Scott Hollinger, a former graphic artist with Conair, Inc. joined the ranks of the millions of unemployed people some 6 months ago.  

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