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    As a result of having been well-satisfied with a previous job done by your firm, we contacted you to paint several rooms in our house. Once again not only were we pleased with the job performed, but we were impressed with the care they took to protect furniture and carpeting. We will not hesitate to recommend Reilly Painting to others.

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  • Creating Your Own Job

    [caption id="attachment_1240" align="alignleft" width="360" caption="Finding A Job Is Hard Enough. Why Not Create A Job?"]Creating a job[/caption]

    Finding a job is a lot harder than actually doing the job. That's probably the most important thing I've learned. Now that the economy isn't where it used to be, looking for work can be very hard and stressful. So why not create your own job? Check out Paul Maidment's article from Forbes Magazine on creating your job, a story that will give you a nudge in the direction of becoming an entrepreneur.

    "I grew up in the '30s with an unemployed father. He didn't riot. He got on his bike and looked for work, and he kept looking 'til he found it."

    So said Norman Tebbit, former U.K. anti-labor union employment minister under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the early 1980s, in the wake of Britain's urban riots in 1981, which were widely attributed to the worsening unemployment caused by de-industrialization.

    Though the remark was made to a party supporter and not to someone who had lost their job, as popularly supposed, the hard-line employment secretary thereafter became Norman "On yer bike!" Tebbit, and "Get on your bike and look for work" became the Thatcher-era admonition to the unemployed.

    Read more at Forbes Magazine

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