Career Prospects in the Middle East Countries

All the countries in the world have different types of jobs for different professionals. Similarly, the Middle East and Gulf countries mostly prefer candidates who can work in the oil and natural gas industry. Middle Eastern countries have job offers for all the qualified candidates worldwide. Apart from jobs in oil and gas, there are a number of different jobs available in the Middle East market, ranging from natural resources, human...

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Curious Numbers for Credit Cards

The Federal Reserve released its monthly minutes yesterday, and for the first time in recent memory, some parts of the outlook were fairly chipper. “Financial market conditions,” it states, have “generally strengthened, and surveys and anecdotal reports pointed to a pickup in household and business confidence.” One piece of data that caught my attention was the Fed’s unemployment expectations. In an...

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Cool Artifacts of the American Southwest

I still remember the first time I saw one. Throughout the American Southwest, the cool, abandoned, ancient cities can be seen. Mesa Verde. Honanki. Comb Ridge. Technically, they’re known as cliff dwellings, age-old settlements built under cliffs, some a couple thousand years old. They’ve been getting attention at least since Mesa Verde was rediscovered in Colorado in 1906 and selected for preservation as a historic site....

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What is binge drinking?

In the UK binge, drinking is a common term used to refer to when a woman takes more than six units of alcohol in one sitting and a man eight units of alcohol in one sitting. This may be drinking in small quantities, which may seem not to be dangerous, but it is very hazardous to once health. From the little bits, a person takes they may be alcoholics while they think they are just social drinkers and there is no harm in what they are...

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Countries Sleeping Most

The U.S, Belgium, Spain, and some other developed countries are among the countries sleeping most, according to the latest study of Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Below is the full list of these countries.     An Australian sleeps 8.53 hours per day     The Spanish spares each day 8.56 hours sleeping     The British have 8.38 sleeping hours per day     In Canada, people sleep 8.48 hours per day     8.35...

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