Archive for April, 2012
www. JohnCLewis.com Temecula, Murrieta and Hemet Real Estate super agent John C Lewis explains how to buy a foreclosure or short sale home without getting burned.
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I have two job offers for the same position but in different industries. I’m confused and need some advice.
Question by sweetsparkle: I have two job offers for the same position but in different industries. I’m confused and need some advice.
I received a job offer from a publishing giant and a renowned international luxury cosmetics company for a PR associate position. I’m confused because both offers came in at a good time. The cosmetics company is offering about $ 3,000 more annually. However, I felt a rapport with the director I would be working for at the publishing company. However, my friends think it’s a huge mistake to work for a magazine since the publishing industry is slowly declining. what do you guys think?
Answer by hirebookkeeper
Wow, you must be good, to get two offers, very near identical. I saw go with your gut feeling.
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Does Your Site Need Mobile?
After that is all wrapped up, I would suggest looking for someone via vworker.com. There you will find multiple mobile app designers that are either doing it part time or developing their portfolios. If you are comfortable with hiring overseas by all …
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I got gouged: the horrors of outsourcing
She uses vWorker.com, seeking talent on a regional basis. Eastern Europeans are hot on the technical side and industrious, she says, adding that Filipinos excel at administration and online marketing. Lewis interviews possible hires rigorously, …
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Question by Tudi: Oregon law regarding final check upon being laid off or fired?
I have been laid off/fired. How many hours does my employer have to provide final pay?
Answer by The Elder God
they have until the end of the next business day…
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Google Tech Talks May, 19 2008 ABSTRACT After 60 years of freedom, while India races towards super power status; its children are trapped in a maze of imbalance that deprives, excludes and exploits. We are all proud of India’s unprecedented economic growth. More Indians than ever before own mobile phones, computers, cars, household and personal durables, travel within India and overseas. Most cities today have more flyovers, more malls, more coffee shops. Middle class consumers have more brands to choose from than ever before. IT, financial services, bio-tech and retail employ many more young Indians at ever-increasing salaries. Indian corporates are making more overseas acquisitions and alliances. What is often not known is that 60 years after independence, in the worlds largest democracy, millions of Indian children continue to have their very survival threatened on a daily basis — malnutrition, illiteracy, child labor, preventable diseases, abuse and exploitation. India is home to 400 million children. 46% of Indian children are underweight. We have 17 million child laborers. 88000 schools (nearly 8%) still do not have a blackboard in their classes. These figures are shocking. But can this situation change? CRY — Child Rights and You America Inc has proven that it can… community.america.cry.org/bayarea Mission: To enable people to take responsibility for the situation of underprivileged children, especially Indian, and so motivate them to confront the situation …
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WE HAVE BEEN FINANCIALLY RAPED! This is a sad video that 60 minutes did on families who are homeless and living in their cars. In this depression families go from homes, to hotels, to living in their cars www.youtube.com Families in Transition link: www.scps.k12.fl.us
The tax bill signed into law by President Obama on Friday extends federal support for unemployment benefits for another 13 months. That will not help some of the long-term unemployed in WNY.
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Historically, the Property Management industry has been immune to economic downturns. During such times, industry clients often outsource property management duties to industry operators to lower costs. But outsourcing failed to save the industry during the Great Recession in 2008 and 2009, says IBISWorld industry analyst Dale Schmidt, largely because the recession and credit crunch originated within the real estate sector. According to a report from the Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers, commercial real estate values have fallen 40.0% since their mid-2007 peaks. This dramatic decline represents the worst drop in values since the Great Depression, even eclipsing the 1990s savings-and-loans crisis. As a result, industry revenue is expected to decline at an average annual rate of 3.5% to $ 48.3 billion in the five years to 2012. In addition to revenue, the number of firms has been declining as operators consolidate operations to improve margins and diversify risk. Companies have also been consolidating to accommodate the non-residential market, which is increasingly looking for property management firms that offer a full range of services across a wide geographic area. As a result, a number of large mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances have taken place. Major companies include CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., Cushman & Wakefield Inc., Grubb & Ellis Company Inc. and Colliers International Property Inc.
Before the subprime crisis, Property Management industry revenue was increasing as the industry benefited from the real estate boom, and revenue reached $ 56.2 billion in 2007. According to Schmidt, at that time, residential and commercial lessors raised construction levels to cash in on the dramatic rise in property values. The rise in construction supported industry growth as more real estate became available that required property management services. Real estate owners also began to outsource property management services at higher rates to reduce operational costs and liabilities.
On a positive note, the US homeownership rate has steadily declined, thus increasing the number of renters. Declining homeownership should support industry growth, since about two-thirds of revenue is associated with residential rental-property management. Also, as the economy recovers, unemployment will decline, discretionary spending will increase and demand for residential and commercial real estate leasing will improve. Given these positive conditions, industry revenue is expected to rise in the coming years. For more information, visit IBISWorlds Property Management report in the US industry page.
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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics
Establishments in this industry manage residential and nonresidential real estate for others. Property management responsibilities relate to the overall operation of the real estate asset including leasing, maintenance, rent collection, trash removal and security.
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* Jobless claims fall 1000 to 388000 in latest week
Jobless claims fall 1000 to 388000 in latest week * Analysts expected claims to fall to lower level * March pending home sales up 4.1 percent By Jason Lange WASHINGTON, April 26 (Reuters) – The number of Americans lining up for new jobless benefits …
More Americans Than Projected Filed Jobless Claims Last Week
A Worrisome Rise in Jobless Claims
Jobless claims suggest stumbling labor recovery
The Probability Of QE3 Is Increasing Again
You saw it not just in Q1's GDP, saved by an unbelievably low deflator, but also on the weekly jobless claims numbers, as well as in several purchasing manager/regional indexes. The jobless claims are already up to 388k, probably to be revised over …