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    March 7th 2017 at 12:00am
    There are a lot of opinions about the new President of the United States, Donald Trump. That said, today's article would like to narrowly focus on the question of trade labor and jobs. Will the Trump Administration have a positive impact on trade labor and construction jobs?
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    The construction industry will always be necessary but growth is uncertain until the first quarter of the new year comes. The construction industry is still a good field to get into with decent pay with less investment than other professional or academic careers. If you’re still curious about the construction industry, come check out Arizona Contractor License Center.
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    Are you planning on getting a contractor license? Here are a few quick tips for you on how to prepare for an “open book” contractor exam. If you never had to prepare for exams, it can seem very daunting and tedious. However, with regular short sessions of studying, you can be extremely productive and efficient.
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    Humans don’t work well under constant stress, and independent contractors experience a lot of stress. It’s important to find balance in your life, and there are many creative ways you can do so. Volunteer with organizations like Habitat for Humanity, mentor upcoming tradesmen through local trade schools or community colleges, join a local sporting team – the possibilities are endless.
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    While being self-employed means true freedom, it is a simple fact that not everyone is cut out for it. Having complete control of when you work, and when you play, is awesome, but it comes with a lot of responsibility. If things go wrong, there is no one to point a finger at except yourself. However, there are strategies that can help the self-employed be successful.
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    When you think of drones, chances are you think of unmanned military machines. However, over the past several years drones have made quite a splash in the civilian market. The construction industry, in particular, has found drones to be a godsend in terms of efficiency. For example, drones have been used to...
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    When you think about your career future, do you ever consider working in the construction industry? If so, it may be worth delving into the subject.
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    Many people are interested in being self-employed but self-employment does not work for everyone. Some people are happier or more successful working a traditional job. But if you are reading this, then running your own business probably appeals to you. Here are three signs that you are meant to be self-employed instead of working from nine to five.
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    February 16th 2017 at 12:00am
    As a future-contractor it’s important to know your information and know it well. Show your dedication by dedicating the appropriate time and effort needed into your exam preparation. You may be wondering how to prepare for your “open book” contractor’s exam. We’re here to help you get started. Afterwards, contact us for more information on how Arizona Contractor License Center can help you achieve your goals.
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    January 6th 2017 at 10:09am
    Every business understands the value of the customer experience. Without customers, the business withers away. You may have a desirable product, catchy advertising, and a beautiful building, yet without a solid connection to your customer base, business fails to flourish. Customer Service is the backbone to any industry. So, just how can you ensure a positive customer service experience. Here are 3 principles of great customer relationships.
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