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Top 6 Google Docs Tricks That Will Make Writing Easier

Top 6 Google Doc Tricks That Will Make Writing Easier

All writers out there must understand the plight of delivering presentable content every single time while strictly adhering to the deadline. Anything that can help make the process easier is welcomed with open arms. This is exactly why it must come as no shock that Google Docs has been able to set itself apart from other word-processing software out there and amass a user base of 25 million people across the world.

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Are Millennials Going to Be Able to Retire?

Are Millennials Going to Be Able to Retire?

Over one-third of millennials feel that they will never be able to stop working. Many of them believe that, even though they want to retire before they turn 60, they will be performing some sort of casual job. A CNBC report revealed that 61% of millennials feel that they will be working a part-time job when they retire, with over 10% of them feeling unsure as to what their future is going to look like.

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What Is Elon Musk’s Plan with Twitter?

What Is Elon Musk’s Plan with Twitter?

Elon Musk has always had a love-hate relationship with Twitter. He loves that he gets an audience for his dad jokes on the platform; he hates that few people laugh at them. Musk is the “it girl” from every American high school movie. He is Regina George from Mean Girls; he has all the power, and he has a burn book that he has brought to Twitter.

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Major Tech Layoffs of 2022

Major Tech Layoffs of 2022

The global tech industry has been on a bumpy ride lately, with a slew of layoffs since the beginning of the year. According to a Crunchbase News tally, as of late October this year, over 45,000 tech sector workers in the United States had lost their jobs. The numbers come as no surprise when you consider the soaring inflation rates and that the world might be headed for a recession.

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4 Weirdest Failed Startups That You Should Know About

4 Weirdest Failed Startups That You Should Know About

When we think about the entrepreneurial space, stories of successful startup founders, like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk, flood our minds. But what often goes unnoticed is that these successes are needles in the haystack of startup failures. Around 90% of all startups fail, and many reasons can contribute to a company closing shop—problems with cash flow, lack of market research or even a large-scale market crisis.

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8 Ways to Get Promoted at Work

8 Ways to Get Promoted at Work

Getting promoted requires more than just doing great at your current job. Even when your performance is good, and you exceed your goals, you still have to convince your manager that you’re top-tier and deserve a greater position. You do this by having a discussion about why you deserve to move up and what you might gain from it.

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Top 5 Movies for Entrepreneurs?

Top 5 Movies for Entrepreneurs

Being a startup founder is by no means easy. We have previously discussed how entrepreneurs can easily get so overwhelmed by their jobs that they can hardly find time to socialize and relax. This can often leave them feeling burnt out and make them lose the drive they used to have when they started.

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Top 5 Recession-Proof Jobs

Top 5 Recession-Proof Jobs

A recession is defined as a period of a prolonged downturn in the economic activity of a country. It is commonly understood that if a country sees a decline in its gross domestic product (GDP) for two consecutive quarters, it is going into recession. By these definitions, the U.S. has been in recession since the summer of 2022, and it is not the only country to face recession-like conditions.

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What Is the FIRE Movement? How to Find Your FIRE Number

What Is the FIRE Movement? How to Find Your FIRE Number

According to Natixis Global Retirement Index 2021, 36% of Americans believe that they will never have enough money to retire, pointing to a major need to increase your savings early on in your professional career so that you can retire easily. And that’s where FIRE comes in. Financial Independence Retire Early, FIRE for short, is a term that has its origins in the personal finance book “Your Money or Your Life” by Viki Robin and Joe Dominguez.

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5 Best Mobile Games to Sharpen Your Brain

5 Best Mobile Games to Sharpen Your Brain

Let’s face it: no matter how much we love what we do, any sort of job can become tiring at the end of the day. If you have been feeling tired and unmotivated as of late, maybe it’s time to exercise your brain and keep it sharp by playing games! Compared to those that don’t play games regularly, studies have shown that expert video game players have a higher volume of gray matter, which promotes better memory, muscle control, sensory perception and connectivity between different brain subregions.

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How to Find Your Brand Aesthetic

How to Find Your Brand Aesthetic

A noteworthy thing about the current generation is their love for aesthetics. Whether it is a style of dressing (like dark academia or cottage core) or their zodiac signs, this generation yearns for something to use as a self-descriptor. Naturally, to appeal to this generation, companies must adopt a specific way to define themselves as well.

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Why Are Flying Cars Not a Thing Yet

Why Are Flying Cars Not a Thing Yet?

In the classic American sci-fi film Back to the Future II (1985), the main characters Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel into the future to the year 2015. The film indicated that 2015 would be the year of flying cars, remote control dog walkers and even hoverboards. This is not the only film to discuss these ideas. Other films and TV shows, like The Jetsons (1962) and Blade Runner (1982), also feature flying cars.

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5 Simple Ways to Prepare Your Personal Finances for a Recession

5 Simple Ways to Prepare Your Personal Finances for a Recession

The economy in the U.S. is crumbling, and many are predicting a recession that could be on par with the Great Depression or worse. Around the world, inflation is soaring, and we can all feel the ground shifting—and with it, so are our finances and investments. Many people are anxious about inflation and sweating over making the right decisions to ensure their financial security when the economy gets sour.

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Top 3 Worst PR Crises in Recent History

Top 3 Worst PR Crises in Recent History

If the Try Guys situation taught us anything, it was that even the people with the most squeaky-clean images could land up in a public relations (PR) crisis at some point in their careers. And it doesn’t just have to be a cheating scandal as it was in their case. PR crises can arise from anything—a problem with your product, an unsavory reply to a customer’s tweet or even a bad advertising campaign.

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5 HR Tech Startups That Help Simplify Workplace Management

5 HR Tech Startups That Help Simplify Workplace Management

A lot has changed about how we work in the past couple of years. According to LinkedIn, 95 job applications are submitted every minute on their platform. Each company’s human resource (HR) department clearly has a lot of work cut out for them when it comes to finding suitable candidates. Besides culling out prospective candidates, HR departments have a lot of other responsibilities, such as monitoring employee performance and maintaining workplace culture.

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What Are “Date Me” Google Docs?

What Are “Date Me” Google Docs?

Online dating can be really hard. You can spend hours scrolling through matches and end up nowhere closer to finding a partner. The exercise of going on one date after another only to see the chemistry fizzle out each and every time can be extremely exhausting. According to a survey by the online dating research platform The Single’s Report, 78.37% of Americans aged 18-54 experience emotional fatigue or burnout when online dating.

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