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Longer hours mean lower job satisfaction – or so you might think. According to the infographic design, those who have worked remotely report longer work weeks, with 26 percent working 50 hours or more compared to only 10 percent of those who haven’t worked remotely. Despite that, 75 percent of remote workers say the ability to get their jobs done without coming in to the office has improved their lives.
Infographic by: Ernesto Olivares Infographic Design
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This infographic from Best Website Builder Now showcases the key elements in creating the perfect website from Planning to Designing the layout and format of your website. It’s critical that you plan and constantly optimise your website for usability and conversions.
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Pensions are a hot-topic here in the UK, and in the run up to the pension changes on 6 April 2015, My Retirement Options have taken a look at how our best-loved sitcom characters may be coping in their own retirement.
First of four is London’s ultimate wheeler-dealer, Derek Trotter, known to his friends and family as Del Boy. While his dreams of being a millionaire were recognised and readily dashed, Del Boy was never one for scrimping on the things he enjoyed. So will have had to cut back now he’s retired?
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With a PDF editor, you can make major changes to a document, such as adjusting content, layout, and margins. Here are 10 epic reasons to use a PDF editor for your advantage.
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This infographic from Swim Shop shows how sports have had to adapt to new technologies to monitor and enforce the rules. With new technologies in swimming, running, and cycling some athletes say their is an unfair advantage. Check out the infographic below to decide on your own if technology in sport is cheating.