How to Contribute to Railway Safety Cars, pedestrians and cyclist are no match for moving trains. With growing concern for the number of collisions and accidents here are the reasons why you should not compromise on railway safety.
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Why College Grads Move Back Home More than half of college graduates wind up moving back home. But do they really want to be there? And will they ever move out? Our intern finds out.
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Mobile Bartending Pricing Strategies James Wedmore discusses various tips and strategies for seasonal prices for bartenders. What are the busiest times and when you can charge the most money.
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Charter Bus Services Whether you’re planning a group trip to an amusement park, a family outing, a bachelorette party or transportation for your wedding guests, renting a chartered bus can be a fun and cost effective way to travel. www.dailywebtv.com
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Pet Trainer to the Stars Andrea Arden joins us and talks about her work with celebrity dogs, on television, and how she trains animals in the shelters around her home.
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How to Market Yourself as an Actor Here's some insight into how to set yourself apart from the other actors and actresses in the room. Treating your career like a business is key!
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How to Save on Gas Jeanette Pavini is here to help us save on gas costs and take our savings to the bank.
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Tax Preps Tips When you were younger, preparing your taxes was a breeze. But, as you get older, and have a more complex tax return to fill out, a whole world of options and pit falls await. Here to help sort it all out is Maribel Aber.
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How to Organize Your Purse Pamela Pekerman talks to Better.TV about the importance of keeping your purse clean.
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Mobile Bartending Tip In this video, James talks about the key element that will separate you from the competition and allow you to charge higher prices and book more gigs.
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How to Have a Yard Sale It is time for spring cleaning, so why not make some extra cash while you are at it? Jeanette Pavini is here with a better way to save by having a yard sale.
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Why a San Francisco Student Chose to Study at Yale In Chapter 7 of 20, while in high school, Louise Davis prioritized colleges located in urban settings. She explained that the college should have resources that can be committed to serving the local community in need and enable students to apply these resources. Seeking something comparable to her San Francisco childhood, Davis decided to attend Yale University, given its high priority in serving the local New Haven, Connecticut community.
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How Policy Studies Shape an Assessment Career In Chapter 3 of 9, education assessment and evaluation psychometrician Diana Wilmot shares the factors shaping her career as well as the overall assessment industry. Coming into college at Northwestern University, Diana Wilmot builds upon high school debate skills using math in quantitative focused policy courses. Early career teaching experience ignites Wilmot's passion to learn and apply assessment to improve systematic change across classroom environments.
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