Nearly half of workers have made a dramatic career switch, and this is the average age they do it

What job would you have if money weren’t a concern? For some people, that’s not a hypothetical question, but rather a jumping off point to switching careers. At least, that seems to be the case according to Indeed’s latest survey, which found 58% of workers are willing to take a pay cut in order to completely change industries. In fact, the No. 1 reason why people made a significant career change was because they were unhappy in their previous job sector. Higher pay and greater flexibility tied for the second-biggest reasons…

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Your Marriage Or Your Job? How To Balance Your Career And Your Relationship

Elephant stands on thin branch of withered tree in surreal landscape. This is a 3d render … As a couples therapist practicing in the non-stop, always-buzzing city of San Francisco, I’ve seen my fair share of dual-career marriages. Tech executives, financial professionals, lawyers and others in demanding or high-profile jobs come to me asking for help. For many of these clients, their chief complaint is being unable to nurture their relationships amid their hectic lives: “We have two very demanding careers. We each work 10 or 12 hours a day, and…

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Assam’s Morigaon Organises Health Camp to Raise Awareness on Malaria

A health camp was organized at Bhuragaon in Assam’s Morigaon to educate people about the importance of hygiene & sanitation. The camp shed light on various health-related issues, including hygiene, malaria, use of pure drinking water, hand washing, and others. The health camp was organized by Joint Director of Health Office at Bhuragaon, Morigaon, as reported by The Sentinel. The Joint Director of Health, Ruhuni Borkatoki inaugurated the camp. On the occasion, the officer asked ANM, AWW, ASHA to follow the proper handwashing method the ‘SUMAN’. He emphasized on teaching…

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The Clothing Rental App That Wants To End Fast Fashion

Some of the ByRotation team, with founder Eshita Kabra (back right) BYROTATION Brits purchase more clothing than any other European country, spending £2.7 billion ($3.5 billion) on fashion that they only wear once. The founder of a fashion technology company called By Rotation is hoping to change consumer habits, and help the planet to boot. UK-based, India-born and Singapore-raised Eshita Kabra came up with the idea when she was planning her honeymoon. “I turned to social media for ideas on what to wear, and always saw influencers on social media wearing beautiful clothing –…

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Fashion e-tailer High Street Essentials reports ₹1.3 crore profits in FY19

BENGALURU : Delhi-based fashion e-tailer, High Street Essentials Pvt. Ltd. (HSE), the parent company behind women-centric fashion brands, FabAlley and Indya, has reported a net profit of ₹1.3 crore, on net revenues of ₹90.2 crore for the financial year ended March 2019, registering a 70% year-on-year revenue growth. According to the company’s unaudited financial results releases on Sunday, it’s EBITDA stood at ₹3.3 Cr for FY19, however, it did not reveal expenditure numbers. HSE’s co-founder Tanvi Malik told Mint that a majority of its sales came from online channels accounting for around 55% to 57% percent…

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Building Smart Technology For An Aging Population

When today’s older adults were kids, owning a television was considered a luxury. Personal computers had yet to be conceptualized, and rotary-style landline phones were the norm. Decades later, both technology and its impact on aging have reshaped our lives. In today’s technology landscape, devices that once seemed like science fiction are now being used to help make people’s lives safer, healthier and more enjoyable as they age. Certain technologies are ensuring that older adults can be independent and healthy. But as a technology company, how do you ensure that…

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Online fashion twice as ‘racy’ as High Street

Online fashion stores are more likely than traditional retailers to use images described as “racy” by a Google tool, BBC research finds. Google uses the term “racy” to describe skimpy or sheer clothing, strategically covered nudity or provocative poses. One of the companies analysed, Missguided, said its site reflected what appealed to its customers. The findings come as the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) banned adverts from Missguided and Boohoo. The ASA said the Missguided advert featured “highly sexualised” images and “objectified women”, while it told Boohoo to make sure its advertising was…

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7 Fashion Brands I Just Discovered—and How I’m Wearing Each

As a digital fashion editor, I’m introduced to a dizzying number of fashion brands each month. But to be honest, only a few of these new discoveries will catch my eye and even fewer will land in my own wardrobe. (What can I say? Being picky comes with the territory.) So even though I’m always on the hunt for new fashion designers to feature in my Who What Wear stories, it takes a brand that’s as wearable as it is cool for me to add it to my own outfit mix—and the following…

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Global Fashion Collective Shines At Paris Fashion Week

International fashion producer, Global Fashion Collective, presented three runway shows at Paris Fashion Week, for the first time last month. The grand Palais de la Decouverte near the Champs-Élysées provided a stunning setting to showcase nine international brands including Kirsten Ley (Canada), Annika Klaas and Madeleine Mesam (Germany) Ozlana (Australia), Faun Studio (Canada), Pariha (India), EmulEos (USA), Erxi x MrHuaMrsHua (China), Sarah Kosinski (France), Devotion Designs (USA). A bold collection of designs from Canadian haute couture designer Kirsten Ley provided a dramatic opening to the runway shows in Paris. A recent move to Paris by this innovative designer appears to have inspired her creative processes further, with an exciting new range of highly structured…

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ICC Test Rankings: Rohit Sharma attains career-best spot, Virat Kohli drops below 900 points

India batsman Rohit Sharma, who became the first player to score a century in each innings of his maiden Test as an opener, on Monday jumped to a career-best 17th position in the ICC Test Player Rankings. Rohit, who now has five centuries from 28 Tests, gained a whopping 36 slots after his knocks of 176 and 127 in the first Test against South Africa in Visakhapatnam helped India win by 203 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. The other opener Mayank Agarwal has also attained…

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