Tips to find fulfilment in your career: Set goals, take an online course, connect with new people

Tips to find fulfilment in your career: Set goals, take an online course, connect with new people

What do Madonna and Binny Bansal have in common? They both promote the art of reinventing yourself. In a recent interview, the former CEO of Flipkart said that before co-founding the e-commerce website, he was not satisfied with his job and so he decided to find his own purpose. While not everyone can quit and chase their dreams, you can update and reinvent your career to help you find fulfilment. Read these tips to get you started. Both Binny Bansal and Madonna promote the art of reinventing yourself. Change it up While it may be obvious,…

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Somalia Mogadishu car bomb: At least 16 people killed

Somalia Mogadishu car bomb: At least 16 people killed

At least 16 people have been killed and more than 40 injured in a car bomb blast in the Somali capital, Mogadishu. The car blew up in the city’s southern Madina district, officials say. The blast – which ripped through shops and food stalls – is the first major attack in the capital since the election of President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed earlier this month. No group has claimed responsibility, although al-Shabab militants are likely to be the prime suspects. On Saturday a senior al-Shabab commander vowed to target the president’s…

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VIDEO: MORE PEOPLE CHOOSING TO TAKE ONLINE CLASSES

VIDEO: MORE PEOPLE CHOOSING TO TAKE ONLINE CLASSES

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI)-This is the weekend that many students at Mississippi State University have been working so hard for. Graduation. Both traditional and online students will finally be able to accomplish their goals when they walk across the stage in their cap and gown and receive their diplomas. More and more people are opting to take classes online rather than in person. Many of the new graduates at Mississippi State have never  to Starkville prior to graduation this weekend.  The university’s Distance Learning Program doesn’t require them to set foot…

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British people don’t want religious school selection – so why is the Government pushing ahead with it?

British people don’t want religious school selection – so why is the Government pushing ahead with it?

“My son, who is now five, has missed out on a placement at all the schools in our catchment area. I am a single working mum and am struggling to cope getting him to a school miles away. It is affecting my job as we need to use public transport and three bus journeys to get him to school, which means I am often late for work. Over the last year he has slipped further and further down the waiting list and I am now very desperate for help.” This…

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People Have Come Forward In J&K To Save Schools From Arson

People Have Come Forward In J&K To Save Schools From Arson

Jammu and Kashmir High Court pulled up Jammu and Kashmir state officials over continuing incidents of schools being targeted in the unrest-hit Valley even as it was informed that authorities are getting help from locals in keeping vigil at these buildings. The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, told the court that six out of 11 attempts to target schools had been stopped recently as there is overwhelming response from people towards safeguarding the schools. “Where were your officials when attempt was made to burn two more schools (on Sunday). “Compliance on papers…

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How Purple plans to link business and disabled people

How Purple plans to link business and disabled people

On Tuesday I rang the bell to open the London Stock Exchange and launchPurple, a not-for-profit organisation, determined to tackle the employment gap between disabled and non-disabled people in new ways. At last week’s work and pension select committee looking at the issue of employment and disabled people, I was asked, “Is halving the employment gap between disabled and non-disabled people achievable?” My answer: potentially, but not if we continue with the current approach. As a disabled person, I have lived with impairment since birth. I have seen the changes…

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Nearly 1/2 of american People Are Underemployed

Nearly 1/2 of american People Are Underemployed

For PayScale’s brand new file, The Underemployed: The Conflict on the american Employee, we surveyed 900,000 Employees to determine how ordinary the trouble is amongst People in various demographics, and what that underemployment looks as if. 40-six percentage of respondents to PayScale’s survey characterized themselves as underemployed. Seventy-six percent of those respondents stated they worked at jobs that didn’t use their schooling and training; 24 percent said that they worked element-time, however could decide upon complete-time work. Underemployed (Photograph Credit score: negativespace.Co/Pexels) What’s Underemployment? For this edition of the report,…

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People Are Living in Indoor Boxes Now in San Francisco, Because the Rent Is Too High

People Are Living in Indoor Boxes Now in San Francisco, Because the Rent Is Too High

OK, fine, it’s just one person, but isn’t that still too many? Freelance illustrator Peter Berkowitz currently lives in an 8-foot-long, 4.5-foot-high wooden box in his friends’ living room. He tells The Washington Post that his decision to construct and move into the box wasn’t “fueled by poverty,” but rather the desire to achieve “some kind of middle ground between having a bedroom and sleeping on a couch.” (Photo Credit: Michael Hirsch/Unsplash) Berkowitz, who is 25 years old and has had work featured in The New Yorker, pays $400 a…

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