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Self-Learning To Earning – Why You Should Do It Yourself?

We’re all self-learners by birth. If you’ve noticed, children have an amazing ability to learn new things and pick up new information. They’re always learning from their surroundings and from the actions or talk of adults. But as adults, most of us find self-learning to be an incredibly...

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Data Analytics: Tools you must know in 2019

Are you a budding data analyst? The data analytics tools listed here can make a heck of a difference to you at the workplace. Some of them are absolutely critical – you wouldn’t be able to last a day in your job without them. Others are important, but not irreplaceable. Let’s take a quick...

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Story-telling: Use it effectively in your business communication

The art of storytelling has been around since the start of the human civilization. Most of us have fond memories of listening to stories told by our parents and grandparents as children. Storytelling is one of the most effective communication techniques. Storytelling and Business...

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Credit Analyst Jobs - What Skills Would You Need?

Credit analyst jobs are among the most sought after careers in the banking and financial services industry. For many young people, becoming a credit analyst is the first step towards becoming an investment banker. What does a credit analyst do? It is the credit analyst’s job to investigate...

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Data Analytics Jobs - What Skills Would You Need?

Have you considered applying for data analytics jobs? Big data and data analytics are huge these days. So it’s no surprise that there is a lot of demand for trained data analysts in the industry right now, especially in the banking and financial services sector. However, there is some sort...

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PowerPoint: Is It Still the Best Way To Create Business Presentations?

You know how a PowerPoint business presentation looks like; you’ve probably worked with Microsoft PowerPoint in the past. The question to be asked is whether PowerPoint is still as relevant, or as useful as it used to be for creating business presentations. The answer to that is yes,...

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I just graduated: What next?

So you’ve just graduated – congratulations! This is the time of the year when a lot of young people will have graduated or will be graduating, but only a few will know what to do with their life. What you don’t realize is that you’re entering the greatest phase of your life – the next 5 years...

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Is MS Excel replaceable?

MS Excel has been around for more than 30 years now. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella calls it his company’s most important consumer product. Accountants and bookkeepers swear by it, as do managers, small business owners and college students. But mention Microsoft Excel to a software engineer, they...

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What Is Wrong With The Current Education Situation?

There is something seriously wrong with the current education system. It’s hard to put a finger on it, but it’s fair to say that the schools and colleges of today do not prepare students for jobs in the modern day industrial economy. Too many recent college graduates end up joining jobs that...

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Fund Raising For Start-Ups? What Are the Typical Challenges?

Have you considered starting a start-up? There is a start-up boom in Israel, India, the United States, Canada, Sweden and many other countries in the world. Start-ups create tens of millions of jobs for young people, and lower some of the pressure on some of the larger corporations. Some of the...

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