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    London, England needs more construction workers, and fast. Project teams are hoping to complete 13 proposed skyscraper projects in the East End by 2026.

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    By Rockwood, Kate A talent storm's brewing. Around 1 million European Union citizens currently working in the United Kingdom might move elsewhere because of Brexit—shrinking the national workforce by more than 3…

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    By Guarino, Mark At any given time, there are several emerging business trends in society. Some trends affect the birth (or death) of specific businesses, while others offer innovative ideas for how we do business.…

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    As U.S. and other combat forces continue to withdraw from Afghanistan, the country carries on with its transformation. This article features the CEO and president of Afghan Citadel Software Company…

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    By Jones, Tegan Only when individuals develop their competencies in reading, writing, and arithmetic can they excel both personally and professionally. This article discusses how United Kingdom-based services…

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    By Jones, Tegan The city of Panama City (Panama) is emerging as a Latin American financial and industrial hub. Its growth is generating new jobs and opportunities for a country long struggling with high poverty.…

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    By White, Richard L. In the United States, many citizens have long help that the belief that achieving professional and personal success begins with attending college and earning a four-year degree. But as recent…

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