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So You Want To Be A Lawyer? Here Are The Different Types

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Career Insights | 0 comments

A job in law is a sought after career. It comes with a certain level of respect from the community and it can be very rewarding. It requires significant training and you will need a law degree to become a solicitor in any field. Typically, you will learn a full spectrum of law and then begin to specialise. The real question is, which area of law should you specialise in? The are a lot of different areas of law and they all need specialist expertise. We couldn’t possibly list every type of lawyer here, but we will explain the most popular...

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Thinking About A Career As An Electrician? Things To Consider

Posted by on Nov 15, 2014 in Career Insights | 0 comments

Are you considering a career as an electrician? It is important to know that there is a lot of work involved in becoming a professional in this trade. It is a physically demanding job, and you will be exposed to hazards on a daily basis. However, no day will be the same which makes for a very exciting job, and you will earn a good salary. With enough experience, you may decide to become a self-employed electrician and so you can work the hours that you choose and manage your workload. How to get started You will need to take part in formal...

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4 Exercises That Are Fun, Easy, and Free at Work

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Healthcare & Medicine | 0 comments

We all need exercise, especially when our jobs are demanding. Exercise is a natural way to stimulate your brain. The invigoration of our circulatory system pushes oxygen to our vital organs, helping us to think better. Below are a few of the easy, free, and fun ways to recharge your body at work. 1. Take the Stairs When a 160-pound person climbs a single flight of stairs three times per day, they burn 15 calories. If you are heavier than 160 pounds, you will burn more calories. Even if weight loss is not your goal, taking the stairs raises...

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Getting a Pay Rise: 6 Things Your Boss Doesn’t Want You to Know

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Career Insights | 0 comments

If you are feeling like you are being undervalued at work, you may well want to build up the courage to ask for a pay rise. Sometimes it can be hard to get your point across to your boss, and you may be worried about his or her reaction. However, there are certain ways to go about it, so here are six tips to remember to improve your chances. 1. Time Your Meeting If you are preparing to ask your boss for a rise, make sure you time the moment properly. Don’t just ask them for a meeting as soon as the thought arises. Instead, bide your time...

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Did you know that these days attorneys no longer read wills out aloud?

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Finance & Insurance | 0 comments

A will refers to that document written by someone expressing how he/she wants his/her estate distributed after death. The term estate refers to property. The person writing a will is known as a testator, if male, and testatrix if female. On the will are details of who gets what, how and when. If you have been named in a past will then you are a beneficiary. A will also includes the name of an executor. This is the person entrusted with the duty of making sure all instructions on the document are followed. Executors make sure you get your...

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