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Scrapheap of copper foil for recycling

From Trash to Treasure: Breathing New Life into Used Metal

Rising environmental concerns lead to an increasing need for people to reduce their carbon footprint. With so much waste being produced, organisations are coming up with ways to minimise the amount of rubbish going to landfills, with waste disposal and management becoming an industry of its own. In the United Kingdom, the scrap metal industry is worth

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Finish Strong: Why it’s Never too Late to Complete Your Education

Getting a college degree is crucial to getting a well-paying job in the Philippines. However, it’s not easy for most people to achieve. According to a recent study by insurance firm Philam Life, only 23% of Pinoys get to finish college. The researchers surveyed over 1,000 residents, and only 230 of them said they graduated.

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Handsome lawyer in the law library at the university

Skip Law School and Still Become a Lawyer

Some of the notable names in history, such as Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson weren’t too thrilled about law school. They both chose the less walked the path of becoming a lawyer through apprenticeship. If you’re keen to follow in their footsteps, you can start by enrolling for a paralegal online course or degree. The

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