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  • Are You In Charge Of The Clean Up Team After A Disaster?

    Did you actually live through something like a flood or a tornado yourself? Perhaps you just saw the footage of the disaster on the news. Whatever has prompted you to be part of a clean-up team after a disaster has done its horrible devastation, you will more than likely be considered an actual angel on earth as you help residents to get their lives back to whatever is considered normal as they rebuild their lives and clean up their property.
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  • Is Your Baby Getting Married?

    Does it seem like just yesterday that your daughter really was a baby? The memories of things like teaching her to ride a bicycle, taking her to her first day of school, and helping her get ready for prom are probably still fresh in your mind. Now she's getting married. More than likely, you are having mixed feelings about that. On one hand, you are probably happy for her starting a new life with a man she loves.
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  • 3 Important Tips to Consider When Shopping at Pawn Shops

    Shopping at a pawn shop can be an exciting experience. Often times, you can find some hidden gems at an affordable price. To make sure these shopping experiences stay pleasant, though, you'll want to keep these tips in mind.  Do Your Research  Whatever you're looking for at a pawn shop, you'll want to do some research in advance. See what the prices are for the items you're interested in, to get a sense for what's a fair deal.
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  • IT Automation For Business: What You Can And Cannot Do

    There is so much stuff you can buy now that turns your house into a "smart home." What most people do not realize is that this technology can also be used at work. What devices can you use to take your entire building and turn it into a "smart building?" There are some limitations, but as you will see, IT automation services can do a lot with what you have.
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  • Need to Ship a Heavy Package Far? Tips to Choose Between Ground Freight & Air Freight

    If you have a heavy package that you need to ship far away, traditional shipping will not work for a package like this. Fortunately, you have other options, two of which are ground freight and air freight. Below is some information about each of these to help you decide how you want to ship your package. Before you make a choice, however, there are considerations you must make. For example, consider how quick you want the package to arrive and how much you want to pay.
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  • 3 Tips For Selling A Pharmacy

    Whether you are interested in switching careers, are retiring from a career that included owning a pharmacy, or have a financial or business emergency that makes selling your best option, selling your pharmacy can feel like a daunting ordeal. Knowing what to expect and the savviest ways to approach your pharmacy sale will help make the entire process easier. Just follow these tips to maximize your profits and minimize your stress when selling a pharmacy:
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  • The Ins And Outs Of Buying Propane

    To get the most out of your building heat and other energy use, it might be worth your time to switch to propane as a primary source. You can contact a few great propane dealers to get the ball rolling. The beauty of propane is that it has a number of benefits that you enjoy, and plenty of contractors are used to selling it and maintaining propane-based systems. With this in mind, read on and follow the tips below to guide you.
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  • 3 Important Features To Look For In Used Houseboats For Your Lakeside Marina

    Whether you own and operate a large-scale marina or a small and quaint business, having houseboats available for rent is an excellent way to yield a reliable income through the year. However, investing in houseboats is not a low-cost endeavor, which is why many marina owners will go for used houseboats in the beginning. If this is your plan as well, you should know that you do have to be cautious about buying used houseboats because inheriting a list of problems with these floating abodes is not good for business.
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  • Making Your New Warehouse Safer

    Setting up a warehouse isn't just about the work done inside there; it's also about the safety of the people inside it. With addition of these elements, the entire space should be more secure. Identification, Proper Use and Safe Disposal of Hazardous Materials It's reasonable for you to assume that the people you've hired to work in your warehouse clearly understand any hazardous materials that they're working with. However, as the boss, you need to ensure that the materials are identified properly and handled legally.
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  • Three Mistakes That Can Sink Your Resume

    When you submit your resume for a job, the hiring manager may only scan it for a handful of seconds before deciding whether you discard it or read it in more detail. To give yourself the best chance of getting called for an interview, you'll need to avoid the pitfalls that can sabotage an otherwise solid resume. The obvious mistakes to avoid are typos and formatting errors, but even if the resume is devoid of such issues, other problems can send your document to the "
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