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Epic Bike Crash in Rural Peru
Columns

Epic Bike Crash in Rural Peru

By Jesse A. Cisneros An unfortunate crash during a trip of a lifetime abruptly cut the enjoyment short. With a travel insurance policy from Arch RoamRight, short-term care, stabilization and evacuation services to the right facilities were provided. How It Happened In April 2017, the insured – a female in her 50s – was biking…

Career Corner: The Best Job Market in a Generation
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Career Corner: The Best Job Market in a Generation

By Angela Copeland I am so excited! This year – 2019 – is set to be a record year for job searching. If I could knock on the door of every reader to personally deliver this message, I would. This message deserves to be yelled from rooftops everywhere. If you have ever thought of looking…

Indulge in Life’s Artful Creation
Opinion

Indulge in Life’s Artful Creation

Aerial view of Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera Maya. – Courtesy photo / Protravel By Jesse A. Cisneros AMResorts is a collection of luxury resort destinations, each with its own unique personality. Raising all-inclusive to a New Level of Luxury®, every one of their resorts features Endless Privileges®, Unlimited-Luxury®, Defined Delights™ or Unlimited-Fun®, that offers sun-soaked beaches, elegant…

Career Corner: More Work Means a Fair Process
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Career Corner: More Work Means a Fair Process

By Angela Copeland Have you ever had to do extra work in a job interview? One of my most intense interviews ever was at Target. I interviewed there after graduate school for a project management role. The process was unlike one I had ever seen up to then. Target flew me into Minneapolis one evening,…

Career Corner: Interviewing is Not Hazing
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Career Corner: Interviewing is Not Hazing

By Angela Copeland When I was in college, I never joined a sorority. But, like you, I’ve heard some of the horror stories about what it can sometimes be like to become part of Greek life. For some (but not all) student led organizations hazing rituals are just a part of life. Looking back, it…

Career Corner: Why Job Seekers Walk Away
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Career Corner: Why Job Seekers Walk Away

By Angela Copeland If you’re a hiring manager, there’s a good chance you’re finding it harder to hire this year than one year ago. The unemployment rate just fell to the lowest level since 1969, so the competition is fierce for good workers. In fact, it’s taking 82 percent longer to fill open jobs than…

Lifeline for Pets: Two’s Company
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Lifeline for Pets: Two’s Company

Meet two-year-old sisters Ava and Lola. These bonded siblings are known for their sweet and loving nature. They are easily held, and love to be pet and sweet-talked. They will look at you with the most beautiful eyes, willing you to love them. Ava and Lola are being fostered at The Cats Pajamas. Call (626)…

Reader Responds to ‘Did You Know Millennials…’
Letters to the Editor

Reader Responds to ‘Did You Know Millennials…’

Religious folks must be surprised! For centuries they have held the belief that religion is the strongest (and perhaps the only) catalyst that inspires charity. Well, study after study has revealed that the young are less religious than previous generations and that the number of the faithful is diminishing. In fact, many millennials are not religious…

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