Archive for February, 2010

The Concept of Purchasing Power Parity

Friday, February 26th, 2010

With the increased globalization of markets for goods, services, finance, labor and ideas, the need to measure and compare the standards of living between the countries has become very important. Production of goods or services and their prices, which showcases the standard of living are very important for many people like foreign investors, traders, and […]

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Permanent Cure for Acidity (Nobel Prize Awarded)

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Acidity changes the entire lifestyle of an individual. People continue to suffer from it for their entire life but fail to solve the issue. People live with acidity, peptic or duodenal ulcers for decades and follow restrictive dietary habits and suffer heartburn. They assume that acidity is aggravated by alcoholic beverages, smoking and hot food […]

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Indian Salaries Have More Buying Power Than Foreign Salaries

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

Disappointed your salary looks low compared to H1 visa holders or people working in foreign countries? Next time when you get salary, don’t compare with the person getting more in US doing the same job and get disappointed. Instead multiply your salary by three times as it costs more than 40 percent more to buy […]

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Role Of Soft Skills In A Person’s Career

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Soft skills represent a fundamental attribute that today’s knowledge based economy is demanding of its employers, employees and businesses. Soft skills give the opportunity to enhance organizational skills and leadership skills to improve team results. If you are perceived to be difficult and unfriendly, of what value are your hard skills when nobody is ready […]

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