Day: November 9, 2020


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Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, we’d already begun our migration into cyberspace. We were seeing facts like 3.5 billion daily searches on Google and three-quarters of the internet reading blogs.

What the pandemic has done is simply accelerate our move online. Today, we’re looking at startling numbers such as 6 billion daily searches on Google, a global digital population of 4.5 billion and 2.7 million monthly Facebook users.

This means that for online-savvy professionals, the shift towards cyberspace means more instead of less work. For instance, think of copywriters. Since copywriters create web content and web content is hugely in demand today, copywriting is one of the most lucrative jobs you can grab in a world of social distancing and telecommuting.

But what exactly is a copywriter? What kind of work do copywriters do?

Plus, seven questions you can ask to reveal red flags during your interview.

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When you apply for a job, you want your resume and interviews to showcase your experience in the best possible light. The companies you’re applying to are no different. From intro calls with hiring managers to the interview with your potential future boss, everyone you talk to wants you to see the best parts of working there — and maybe wants to gloss over the not-so-great parts. 

Every job is going to have positive and negative aspects to it, but a toxic work environment could have serious ramifications on your mental and physical

Related: Important Soft Skills and Leadership Practices for Navigating the Virtual Workplace

In a July article in Harvard Business Review, Manuela

Soybean is trading at Rs 4,406 per quintal at the benchmark Indore market; Barley in Jaipur is trading at Rs 1,450 per quintal

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Soybean | Soybean prices | barley


Soybean


is trading at Rs 4,406 per quintal at the benchmark Indore market. For the week ahead, is expected to exhibit bullish trend amid firm global cues and strong demand from domestic processors and traders. The price is expected to head towards Rs 4,460 – Rs 4,480 per quintal.



Barley


in Jaipur is trading at Rs 1,450 per quintal. The price is expected to trade higher towards Rs 1,500 per quintal. Lower stocks and steady demand will support the price.


Prerana Desai, Research head, Edelweiss Agri Services and Credit

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