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More than 1,100 apply for Apple position in the UAE

Those of you who have dreamed of landing a job with the maker of the Mac, the iPhone and the iPad are in luck – Apple are hiring in the UAE.

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How to Work From Home Effectively

Professionalism is a state of mind, and the best workers employ universal habits to get the job done, whether Big Brother is watching or not; whether they're in an office or working at home. Here are some of tried-and-true traits of truly effective telecommuters:

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Dosa reality: Restaurants battle over branding

Akash Kapoor left his job of running a national law firm to follow his passion: restaurants. When he started his Indian fusion food trucks called Curry Up Now in 2009, Kapoor discovered he had a successful business that could expand.

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Walker needs to fix feckless job growth

He has proved he can balance a state budget drowning in red ink, using tough measures like Act 10 to get the job done. It was a reprise of his fiscal toughness when he was Milwaukee County executive when he orchestrated a string of no-tax-increase budgets. He is rock solid on fiscal management.

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70% of Jobs Created? Don’t Require a College Education

No wonder the collision of the higher education bubble and the job market is proving to be so painful.

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Howard Frank: Progress isn't always super

Clark Kent is leaving his reporting job at the Daily Planet in Metropolis. Bowing to changing times, DC Comics publisher of Superman decided Kent will become an alternative media specialist.

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Izzy Smith joins NPR programming, Headlee leaves The Takeaway , Brooks heads project for deaf/blind,

Israel Izzi? Smith signs on at NPR in November as director of programming. His predecessor in the job is Eric Nuzum , who was promoted to v.p. of programming earlier this year.

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