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Interior Design Favorites: Living Spaces

Below are 5 awesome living space designs: 1. Traditional Elegance I love how the light paint colors in this “traditionally elegant” space amplify the natural light flowing in from the windows on either side of the exquisite marble fireplace. Not…

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Top 10 Property Management Companies for Jobs

Property Management can be a fun and rewarding career.  It pays decently too.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), property managers make a median income of $30.90/hr or $64,270/yr.  But not all property management companies are created equal….

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Top 10 Cities for Jobs 2014

As the U.S. economy attempts its lengthy recovery, opportunities for job seekers are starting to crop up all over the country.  Many of the larger cities have continued to exhibit growth, thus aiding the rest of the economy. If you’re…

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Make the Most of Every Job You Have and Boost Your Resume

Maybe you’ve just landed a job, or you’ve been in an established position for a while – either way, it’s important not to lose sight of the big picture – growth.  Whether you plan on staying with your current employer…

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Warning Signs of a Bad Hire

If you’ve ever hired the wrong person, you know the consequences of hiring mistakes. Time and energy spent hiring someone and training them equals money lost.  While you can’t avoid all hiring mistakes, there are warning signs to watch for during the…

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Ranking Median Salaries and Income of Real Estate Jobs

We compiled a list of the median salaries for various real estate jobs and ranked them.  Salaries can always go higher than what are shown here, but this gives you a good idea of what you can expect your salary…

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New Rules – How to Dress For a Job Interview

We all know making a good first impression is important.  Many look at the way we dress and present ourselves to get a picture of how we will be at work.  (The same also applies to posture, body language, etc.) …

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Landing the Job You Want Using Industry-Specific Job Sites

As a job seeker, you shouldn’t depend solely on web-based job posting sources, but here’s some advice for when you do opt to browse listings – look for niche sites. These days, most job searchers are more inclined to use…

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How to Become an Interior Designer

The interior design is a relatively new and constantly evolving profession.  People are becoming busier and busier these days and they don’t have the time to design their own places.  They may also want somebody else’s creative touch.  They rely…

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Turning Real Estate Upside Down!

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