Year: 2017

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BIS Oxford Expects Australia’s Mining Industry to Rebound in 2018

BIS Oxford Economics expects the slowdown in Australia’s mining industry to end in 2018, as the country will lead the world in terms of exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG). LNG production will occur because of significant investments in the oil and gas sector, BIS Economist Rubhen Jeya said. By 2022, the country will become the largest

3 Must-Haves of a Great University

Congratulations, you’re almost finished with high school. Now, what’s next? With college just around the corner, it’s important to set your sights on an institution that will take you seriously and hone your skills for the next years. Choosing the right university involves not only you but your family and the teachers as well. They

Latest Trends in Courier Services

In this digital era, we can buy and sell almost everything online. Online shops are convenient and in most instances less costly compared with brick and mortar store by shoppers. No business venture is complete without partnering with a courier service company to get its products to customers. Courier companies are enhancing their services. They

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System Administrator: What Are the Requirements?

Technology is your passion, and you’ve been preparing yourself to get a job in IT. You’re ready for your CompTIA Network+ certification practice test. Soon you’ll be taking your certification exam. With that certification, you’ll be qualified for some jobs in IT, one of which is being a System Administrator. Setting up and maintaining the

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Never Underestimate the Power of Your Products’ Labels

With such a competitive market, many business owners, particularly the small and start-up ones, find it quite challenging to make a name for themselves. Not only do they have to compete with small organisations like theirs; they also have the bigger, more established companies to face. It is for this reason that you, as a

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Infrastructure Australia Expects 100% Increase in Water Costs by 2040

Australian households may pay higher water bills by 2040, as costs would increase to an estimated $2,500 per year, according to an Infrastructure Australia (IA) report. The report noted that the significant amount of expenses for maintaining old infrastructure, climate change and a rising population would be some of the factors for the increase. As early

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Top 3 Benefits of Working with an Independent Financial Consultant

If all along you have been a self-directed manager for your finances, you understand well the struggles that come with guessing your way around how best to manage your personal, family, or business financial records. Moreover, with the heavy burden of determining a course that will keep you afloat financially both in the short and

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4 Easy Tips to Boost Preventative Maintenance in Your Company

If you’ve been in business for some time now, it’s very likely that you’ve learned a thing or two regarding industrial preventative maintenance. It’s the best way to protect your assets and clients and save yourself from money and time losses. So how good is your current preventative maintenance system? Here are four ways you

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How You Can Use a Reverse Mortgage as a Retirement Tool

The main purpose of reverse mortgages was to aid seniors in fulfilling their financial needs by allowing them to use their home equity. Nowadays, however, many seniors are realizing that they could use their reverse mortgages as practical financial planning tools. Here are some ways reverse mortgages could be used in retirement planning: Delaying your pension

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Top 2 Things to Do Before Applying for a Food Processing Gig

Food companies such as Stanislaus Food Products have been growing by leaps and bounds over the last few years. That has seen significant improvement in the way manufacturers package their products, as well as an increase in the variety of these manufactured foods in the market. As a result, job openings in this field have