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How to Encouraging More Women into the Engineering Industry

How to Encouraging More Women into the Engineering Industry

Engineering is a field that has traditionally been male-dominated, but in recent years, there has been a growing push to encourage more women to pursue careers in this rewarding and exciting industry. By encouraging women to enter this field, we can tap into a wealth of untapped talent and ensure that the engineering industry remains diverse and inclusive. In this article, we speak to Lucy Lawrence, manager at Moleroda Finishing Systems about how the industry can attract more female talent. Moleroda is a company spanning the sector, supplying deburring and finishing tools to the manufacturing industry. The Benefits of Diversity...

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28 Times People Got Petty Revenge Over Their Annoying Coworkers

28 Times People Got Petty Revenge Over Their Annoying Coworkers

A survey of 3,000 American full-time employees by researchers at Olivet Nazarene University, Illinois, found that they consider 2% of the people they work with as "enemies". The number seems low, but anyone who has had at least one knows that it's all it takes to make the job a living hell. So much so that sometimes you simply can no longer ignore it. To show just how frustrating these interactions can be, we at Bored Panda dug around the subreddit 'Petty Revenge' and put together a list of stories where average people decided to get back at their annoying...

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Can I Sell My Home if It Is in Foreclosure? Why Time Is of the Essence

Can I Sell My Home if It Is in Foreclosure? Why Time Is of the Essence

DISCLAIMER: This article is meant for educational purposes only and is not intended to be construed as financial, tax, or legal advice. HomeLight always encourages you to reach out to an advisor regarding your own situation. Life sometimes brings harsh rain — like death, divorce, job loss, or medical bills. And on top of that rain might come thunder — missed mortgage payments. It’s natural to feel paralyzed with sadness and a sense of panic when those overdue notices come from your mortgage company. Overwhelmed, you might ignore the problem, hoping it’ll just go away. Or perhaps you start to...

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Everything Our Editors Loved in January

Everything Our Editors Loved in January

Outside editors started out the year strong. We tested out some healthy habits, stubbornly stuck by a few bad ones, published five new long reads, and looked back at the best disaster movies of all time. Outside of work, we kept up with some of the best new films, read poetry inspired by nature, contemplated our acoustic environment, and learned a few new skills to take into 2023. Here is everything our editors loved in January. What We Watched The Banshees of Inisherin Drawn in by an adorable donkey, the Irish brogue, and the verdant landscape of the Emerald Isle,...

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The Hopkins Manuscript by R.C. Sherriff

The Hopkins Manuscript by R.C. Sherriff

The Hopkins Manuscript by R. C. Sherriff is a classic novel originally published in 1939. I grabbed this end of days audiobook in part because of narrator Nicholas Boulton. I stayed for the gripping, amusing & touching story that unfolded. Grab a cup of tea and travel to a small English village Bantam, where Edgar resides….I promise you won’t regret it. The Hopkins Manuscriptby R.C. Sherriff Narrator: Nicholas Boulton, Lameece Issaq Length: 11 hours and 35 minutes Genres: Science Fiction Source: Publisher Purchase*: Audible *affiliate[TAG2]Rating: Narration: 5 cups Speed: 1.5x For fans of the popular and award-winning Netflix movie Don’t...

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