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  • Management Online Training

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    If you are in the management field and would like to increase you knowledge and skills, management online training may be just what you are looking for. With greater flexibility and lower cost than traditional classroom courses, online training offer you the ability to study at your own pace and still receive the information you need to succeed in the business world of today. Management online training is a great way to explore the field of management without committing to...

  • Choosing A Desktop Publishing Career

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    A desktop publishing career can be a very rewarding career choice. Those who elect to follow a desktop publishing career often get to use their creativity every day in order to create images and texts in documents. If you love art and want a creatively rewarding job, a desktop publishing career may be the perfect way for you to create while still earning enough money to live well. There are many types of desktop publishing career options to choose from....

  • Schools Offer Distance Learning

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    As more public schools face state and federal mandates concerning curriculum, administrators have been forced to find ways to meet the requirements. Coupled with budget constraints, some mandates have been difficult or impossible to meet, especially for the smaller school districts. Consider, for example, the requirement to offer foreign language in the public schools. While the mandate itself is a fair requirement, some small school districts are simply unable to recruit a qualified teacher. Many school districts are meeting the requirement...

  • Long Term Or Short Term?

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    Q: I heard that Canadian banks, especially now, are now good to hold onto, rather than sell once the going gets good. Is this true? I've heard the other side of the argument before, but I'm thinking long term and the rates are so low it's hard to find something worthwhile.A: Absolutely long term. In February 2010, I would expect RY to be at around 70. Canadian banks are in a phenominal position, especially royal. Also, look at the dividend....