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Archive for April 8th, 2014

Ensure Your Workers Safety for the Long Term

Osha fall protection training

you have just landed your first job in construction. It is a time of excitement because not only is the work exactly what you can do, but you can support your family on what you earn. In May of 2013, the average hourly wage of a construction worker was $26.09. In order to ensure yourself a long and prosperous career in the construction industry check out construction safety courses.

Construction is one of the dangerous occupations in the world. Fortunately, there are groups working hard all over the world to ensure accidents decrease every year. From 2012-2013, The United Kingdom only had 148 construction fatalities. That is an 18% decrease from the year before. In the United States efforts have been made to improve construction sites for the workers and the general public. The federal governme

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Nailing Down the First Step of Your Sales Career

Why sales as a career

“Salespeople are so used to rejection that we can see it where it doesn’t exist” — or so goes one often repeated quotation. If you are trying to get a career in sales, it might feel as if you’re being constantly rejected in the process. What sort of sales person will you be if you can’t even sell yourself as an employee?

Never fear — it’s easier to get a career in sales than you might think. And it’s often the first step in that’s the hardest. Once you get your first job, so long as you perform well, you’ll have a fairly clear path to follow for the rest of your career.

Don’t just aim for a sales job — aim for the best sales jobs. Even if you miss, you’ll probably end up at a better company than yo

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