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Creative Alternatives For Work From Home Jobs

Sometimes we tend to be oblivious of the different circumstances people live in, and forget that not everyone is in a position to be physically present in a country or even larger city that offers the job opportunities of their dreams. Some people have other obligations that hinder them …

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5 Ways To Boost Your Mood At Work

We can all get in that mood slump at work. Whether it be stress, anxiety, or you may just be so plain bored you end up on Facebook. There are some solutions in boosting your mood at work, we’ve listed a few to try and help you get through …

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Facebook Messenger Launches New Feature For Group Chats

Messenger is introducing admin privileges for group chats, giving people the ability to approve new members before joining the chat if they’d like. This is especially helpful in large group chats and with people you may not yet be connected to, like when getting groups of friends together to plan …

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2018 Women In Tech Index: How Does Australia

How does Australia compare to the rest of the world when it comes to women working in tech? Well, quite well as it turns out. At 30%, Bulgaria has the highest percentage of women working in tech, followed by Australia with 28% and Romania at 26%. With gender disparity, a …

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Bumble Debuts Bumble Bizz

Bumble, the female-first connection platform where over 29 million users come together for love, friendship and now networking, has announced the highly anticipated launch of Bumble Bizz in Australia. Bumble Bizz, a new mode within the Bumble app designed for professional networking and mentoring, was officially launched last night …

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Get Ready For Vivid Sydney 2018

Luna Park is one of the star attractions of the 10th year of Vivid Sydney when it returns in May this year. But really that’s just the beginning of an incredible line up being planned for the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas event. Over 23 nights …

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Interview: Tim Walmsley – The Co-Founder of BenchOn

Tim Walmsley – The Co-Founder of BenchOn Talks about the Business To Business Platform That Solves Employee Under-Utilisation By Matching Your Idle Staff To Short-Term Contracts From Reputable Companies. The best: What is your most proud memory of your company to date? One of our new clients …

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How To Protect Yourself From Fingerprint Fraud

As fraudsters find new and innovative ways to steal personal information online, a new study from Japan has taken things to another level. It claims fingerprints can be detected, and therefore stolen, from photos posted on social media, with the “peace sign” being identified as particularly risky. Nick FitzGerald, …

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