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1.Women-Owned Small Business Clients Of The NJSBDC Network Reach Success
Women small business owners from varying industry sectors - some of whom with annual revenues of a million-plus - have credited their tenacity as well as the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers network for much of their development and growth. Small business drives the economy and leads the way ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/16 03:43PM - Story - 1,693 Hits
2.Santa’s Job Value Is $137,795, But Many Would Give Him Lump Of Coal
Many people think Santa should work for free and, if he calls in sick, the best replacement is actor Tim Allen. Those are the results of an Insure.com survey that looked at how people view the “value” of Santa’s many jobs. In an annual analysis of the average wages associated ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/16 03:47PM - Story - 1,085 Hits
3.Survey: Passengers Say Spouses Drive Them Crazy
Over a third of people point to their spouses as being “the most annoying drivers,” according to a new Insure.com survey. Insure.com surveyed 2,000 licensed drivers about their opinions on annoying drivers and the habits that send their blood pressure through the roof. Results: Who is the most annoying driver? ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/18 03:51PM - Story - 857 Hits
4.Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College Bringing Career Mentors to Women in Need
... Ciarco Jr. Learning Center in Hackensack. “The Institute empowers women by providing the opportunity to build new skills utilizing education and partnerships to become more influential and stronger contributors to the local community,” explains Dean Sandra Sroka, Bergen Community College Hackensack. [PP recommends: Dot Com Secrets: Internet Marketing Coaching Program]
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/05 02:21PM - Story - 1,531 Hits
5.Idaho Tops List of Best States for Retirement While Louisiana Ranks as Worst
Idaho may not be where the majority of Americans envision spending their retirement, but the state may offer friendlier conditions to retirees than any other state in the union, according to a new analysis that ranks U.S. states in accordance with their performance on retirement-related factors. Conversely, retirees who are ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/29 04:11PM - Story - 936 Hits
6.Honking At Slow Drivers Is No. 1 Rude Road Behavior; Swearing In Front Of Kids Is Most Regretted
Women drivers curse in front of their children and give fellow motorists the middle-finger more than men, according to a new Insurance.com survey. But men were twice as likely as women to key someone's car or turn the high-beams on just to be mean. Insurance.com commissioned a survey of 1,000 ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/09 03:47PM - Story - 795 Hits
7.5 Ways to Use Online Marketing for Your Business
Online marketing is an excellent way to boost your business brand and there are many ways to do it. Trying to find the best form for you takes time and you will need to keep tracking your efforts to determine if it still works. Here are five methods of internet ...
by Angela Sanders on 08/07 05:42AM - Story - 4,021 Hits
8.Onlinecolleges.Com Announces New Section Focusing On Advice For Online Students
OnlineColleges.com recently launched “Just Ask Jessica” an advice column to help students and teachers in their journey through online higher education. OnlineColleges.com, a source for students seeking online college courses, now has a brand new feature section of the site. The advice column, “Just Ask Jessica” is a place where ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/12 05:56PM - Story - 952 Hits
9.Spouses are the Worst Backseat Drivers, Followed by Mothers and Friends
Spouses are the most likely to make summer road trips a painful journey, probably by commenting on speed and giving unwanted directions. Husbands and wives top the list of “the worst backseat drivers,” according to a survey of 500 drivers commissioned by Insurance.com. Among women, 34 percent point to their ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/03 02:59PM - Story - 845 Hits
10.Mom’s Value Dips Below $60,000 this Year, According to Insure.com’s 2013 Mother’s Day Index
Mother’s Day cards won’t mention this: Mom’s value is down again this year. Insure.com's annual Mother's Day Index puts the 2013 value of Mom at $59,862, down from $60,182 in 2012, and dropping from $61,436 in 2011. The Mother’s Day Index uses a list of common household tasks and calculates ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/06 01:44PM - Story - 988 Hits
11.24th Annual Edition Of Kosherfest, The Trade Show For Retail And Foodservice Professionals Opens November 13 – 14
More than 325 companies from around the world will converge at the Meadowlands Exposition Center here to present all that’s new in the world of kosher at the 24th Annual Kosherfest trade show. Hundreds of new kosher certified foods, beverages, wines and spirits, as well as Jewish lifestyle products will ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/11 04:06PM - Story - 1,309 Hits
12.Telecommuting Growing In Popularity According To Onlinedegrees.Com
Thanks to technology, employees are able to enjoy several perks, such as working from home. The latest visual graphic compiled by OnlineDegrees.com illustrates how individuals spend their time working remotely. OnlineDegrees.com, a leading education site since 2003, recently published “Clocking In From The Couch,” an infographic that discusses the growth ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/20 03:55PM - Story - 1,380 Hits
13.Online-Education.net infographic Explores Dangers Of Sharing Personal Information On Social Networks
Although millions share photos and update friends on Facebook, 90 percent of adults believe Americans share too much information online. A new infographic from Online-Education.net looks at the common yet potentially dangerous "over-sharing" phenomenon. Online-Education.net, a one-stop resource for current and prospective students, addresses the question, “Are people sharing too ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/25 04:35PM - Story - 2,047 Hits
14.Onlineschools.Com Infographic Identifies Moms As Social Media Mavens
A new infographic from OnlineSchools.com explores how moms network via mobile and social media. The infographic highlights findings from a survey conducted by BabyCenter, LLC.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/13 08:46PM - Story - 936 Hits
15.Caryl Bixon-Gordon Named as Finalist for New Jersey’s Leading Women Entrepreneurs, Business Owners
Caryl Bixon-Gordon, president of Caryl Communications, Inc., has been named a top woman entrepreneur and business owner finalist in New Jersey by Own It Ventures, and New Jersey Monthly Magazine. The special recognition commends leading women in business for their service, leadership and contribution to their communities and the state’s ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/01 02:54PM - Story - 1,114 Hits
16.New Dads More Engaged At Home And Online According To Onlineschools.Com Infographic
According to a survey by The Parenting Group, a majority of fathers believe an "anti-dad" bias exists in society today. However, an infographic from OnlineSchools.com shows how new fathers are breaking down stereotypes when it comes to parenting, home life and even sharing online.
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/15 11:37AM - Story - 1,046 Hits
17.OnlineSchools.com provides 50 compelling reasons to register for online school in new content series
Location, money, and convenience are all popular reasons for parents to send their students to an online school. A new OnlineSchools.com infographic gives an additional 50 fun yet spooky reasons to take to the computer for their student’s education. OnlineSchools.com, a digital resource for online education from kindergarten to graduate ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/17 03:20PM - Story - 768 Hits
18.Benefits Of American Jobs Act Of 2011 Detailed In New Schools.Com Series
President Obama brought his recently proposed American Jobs Act to the LinkedIn headquarters this week in an effort to convince Congress to adopt the plan, which would help to repair and modernize 35,000 schools. Additionally, an estimated $35 billion of Obama’s proposed $447 billion plan will work to prevent 280,000 ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/28 01:59PM - Story - 886 Hits
19.Cafeteria Meals Healthier Than Parent-Packed Lunches, According To Onlineschools.Com Series
Nearly four million students in the United Kingdom bring a brown bag lunch from home to school each day--but these homemade meals are actually less nutritious than cafeteria lunches. When compared to school cafeteria fare, which has to abide by strict nutritional standards, only one percent of parent-packed lunches meet ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/27 11:55AM - Story - 851 Hits
20.Workshops for Small Business Entrepreneurs - Presented by SCORE Bergen
SCORE Bergen offers free, in person, business counseling to entrepreneurs who are looking to start up a small business or have the need to grow their existing business. It is a part of SCORE National which is a non-profit business counseling organization affiliated with the Small Business Administration. SCORE Bergen ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/20 07:25AM - Story - 1,148 Hits
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