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E-Commerce, Coronavirus, and the Rise of Technology

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Originally published on Intersog Even before the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and its related panic buying and lockdowns, e-commerce had asserted control on international trade. A 2019 report by CNBC noted that “the total market share of “non-store,” or online U.S. retail sales was higher than general merchandise sales for the first time in history.”...

Creating a Chic Vibe for Your Mad Men-esque Office

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Originally published on CAANdesign The airing of the series Mad Men was a weekly deep dive into the smooth-talking ad world that I aspired to envelop myself in. I wanted to be them. Not the men, per se. I just wanted their status and their suits and… their offices. They had some classy ass offices. I mean, don’t get me wrong. I appreciate an open office layout as much as the next guy, but it’s...

Careers in Construction: Planning an “Intern for a Week” for Students

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Originally published on Cascade Business News For many years, the construction industry has suffered from a shortage of skilled workers. Some builders seek a more proactive solution to the problem by focusing their recruitment efforts on local high school students. Week-long internship programs in the construction field have the green light from school administrators, parents, and students who...

Bring Home the Bacon with These Fun Food Industry Careers

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Originally published on Baking with Basil The Food and Beverage Industry is one of the most dynamic and challenging fields in the professional world. Many have their first jobs in the Food and Beverage Industry. Working as bussers and food-runners we cut our teeth learning about hard work, how to communicate in a work environment, and, of course, the value of a dollar. Unfortunately, many leave...

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