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Some events can change the world. In modern history, that belongs to the 9/11 attacks. On that fateful day in 2001, more than 2,000 people died, and as you will learn, later on, death never actually stopped. How did it change society and people’s lives? Here are three facts: It…

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Many people dream, hope, and pray to land a high-paying job with better benefits and opportunities for growth. This holds especially true among those living in cities with high costs of living like New York. Living in Manhattan, in particular, costs over more than the national average. Getting a lucrative…

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There’s a misconception that millennials are a lazy bunch. In truth, they work hard at offices that they’ve been labeled ‘work martyrs’. Also, one in six millennials have $100,000 in their bank accounts. Other millennials work hard in their backyards, gardening. According to the latest National Gardening Survey, the gardening…

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Parents often think they know what drowning looks like: arms flailing, voice screaming, and lots of water splashing. It’s what movies and television shows have been portraying. The truth is this isn’t the accurate picture of what drowning is. Drowning is a silent struggle. That’s why you need to increase…

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Many people have a hard time growing their careers or getting a fulfilling job because they fail to understand the needs of the market. Only by proving to employers that you have what it takes can you improve your chances. Because of emerging technologies, the modern workplace is becoming competitive….