A Short History of Bullfighting

History of Bullfighting- Origins.

Bullfighting in Spain seems to have its origins during the 8 long centuries of the Spanish

War of Reconquest (711-1492 A.D.) when the knights of both the Moors and

Christians would organize hunting competitions as a respite from killing

each other and they soon realized that of all the prey the Iberian bull

offered the greatest challenge as unlike other animals it preferred to die

fighting rather than fleeing.

It seems probable that a nobleman captured a few of these brave beasts

and took them to his village in order to recreate the thrill of the hunt before

his admiring subjects. Thus some remote part of Medieval Spain saw the

origins of what is today the national Spanish spectacle of bullfighting.

The history of bullfighting recalls that the first real bullfight, or

corrida, took place inn 1133 at Vera, Logroño in honour of the coronation

of King Alfonso VIII. From then on they became a popular pass time at many

important events and continued after the wars of reconquest had finished

offering noblemen an outlet to demonstrate the zeal and daring with which he

defeated the Moors.

King Philip II however found the spectacle disgusting and enlisted the

help of Pope Pius V to get it banned by papel decree. This, together with

the growing pleasures to be had at the royal court, resulted in

the nobility giving up their interest in bullfighting but not so the

peasantry who took it enthusiastically to heart and it thus became a symbol

of something genuinely Spanish.

By 1726 they were ready to adopt their first bullfighting hero in the from of

Francisco Romero from Ronda. He was a man of humble origins who became the first

professional bullfighter in Spain. With him the corrida developed into

more of an art form. He introduced the estoque, sword, and the muleta,

the small cape used in the last part of the fight as it is more easily

wielded.

History of Bullfighting- the Modern Corrida.

Today’s bullfight is much as it was developed in the time of Romero.

Normally 6 bulls and three matadors are required for an afternoons

corrida. The three matadors dressed in their trajes de luces (suit of lights)

enter the arena accompanied by their banderilleros and picadors and the

strains of a traditional paso doble. The door to the totil, or bull

pen, is opened and one of the bulls emerges.

The matador greets it with a series of manoeuvres, or passes, with a

large cape; these passes are usually verónicas, the basic cape

manoeuvre (named after the woman who held out a cloth to Christ on his

way to the crucifixion). Contrary to popular believe bulls are actually

colour blind and they go for the cape not because it is red but because it

is moving.

The second part of the bullfight is the job of the mounted picadors who

lance the bull, normally three times. Then a trumpet blows and the

banderilleros on foot move in to place their banderillas ( brightly

coloured barbed sticks) in the beast’s shoulders to get it to lower it’s head

for the kill. After this a further trumpet sounds which signals

the faena or final phase of the bullfight. The cloth of the muleta is draped over

the estoque and here the matador shows his skill in the passes that he makes.

These consist of the trincherazo which is normally the opening pass performed

on one knee then there is the pase de la firma in which the matador

remains motionless whilst passing the cloth under the bulls nose. The

manoletina involves holding the muleta behind the body and the natural

pass is one in which the danger to the matador is increased as the

estoque is removed from the muleta this reduces the target size and

tempting the bull to charge at the larger object–the bullfighter.

After performing these passes for several minutes during which time the matador

tries to excite the crowd by moving closer and closer to the horns, he finally

and lines up the bull for the kill.

The blade has to pass between the

shoulder blades and as the space between them is small the feet of the bull

have to be together as the bullfighter rushes over the horns. The kill

is properly performed by aiming straight over the bull’s horns and

plunging the estoque between the withers into the region of the aorta.

This requires considerable skill and discipline, not to mention a certain

amount of raw courage, and for this reason is known as „el memento

de la verdad“ or the moment of truth.

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Source by Ruth Polak

Targeted Marketing Basics

Any person with dreams of becoming successful in real estate sales wants to answer the question – how do I find masses of buyers? The first thing you need to do is understand the foundation behind finding masses of buyers. Many real estate dealers make a common mistake when they begin to approach marketing. This error is in using a large, untargeted marketing approach. A common method is to use television, newspaper ads, or newspaper inserts in a broad based campaign designed to reach as many people as possible.

The problem with this decision is that you may or may not actually encounter prospective buyers, those who are actually looking to make a real estate purchase. This mass market strategy is not the best use of your advertising resources. Even though you may receive a few leads from television commercials or newspaper ads, there are other ways that you can spend your marketing funds that can help reach qualified prospects. Classic television advertising, for example a software commercial during a ball game, works on the theory that hopefully someone will see the product and be interested enough to pursue the software.

If you do not have young children, an ad for Pampers will not be designed to target you. The goal is that many people will see the ad and some of them will be in the right market group to purchase the product. Targeted marketing, on the other hand, is based on the principle of identifying your buyer’s characteristics and marketing directly to them. This has been helpful in qualifying the prospects. This method has been proven to work much more quickly, since the more targeted your approach is, the bigger bang for your buck you are going to get. For this reason, you would not want to advertise a piece of land in a weight loss magazine. One has nothing to do with the other!

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Source by Jack Bosch

Finance Recruiters, What to Do When You Need One

When many people hear of recruiters they immediately start getting nervous. Looking for employment can be a nerve racking experience. You may be unsure of what they are going to ask you or whether your resume is impressive enough. Recruiters are generally professionals whose services are contracted by companies that are looking for people to fill positions. They look for the most suitable candidates to fulfill their clients‘ needs.

Candidates can also use head hunters to develop their careers. Finance recruiters just like any other type out there will test your ability and willingness to be controlled throughout the recruitment process. If they feel that you are being difficult they will not hesitate to take you off the list. They are qualified in the various fields of recruitment like resume tips, salary negotiation techniques and other job hunting skills.

When you are dealing with finance recruiters, it is important to understand the way they work. They do not help individuals who want a career change. This is because they are hired to look for people who are already successful in their field. It is important to keep in touch with the head hunters about the progress you are making in your job search. When you are looking to acquire the services of a recruiter, it is important that you get one who can offer suggestions on how you can improve your resume.

They can also help you tailor it to suit what their clients are looking for. It is also advisable to be open and honest when you are dealing with them. This is especially important when you are talking about your income and what you expect it to be. For you to get the best from them, it is a good idea to have trust and commitment.

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Source by Mercy Maranga

Messe Duesseldorf Is Germany’s Visitor Magnet

Messe Düsseldorf is the largest convention center in Germany and it hosts over 20 of the top 100 global trade shows each year. It is a visitor magnet for Düsseldorf and Germany, drawing one million or more annual visitors. The popularity of Messe Düsseldorf is based on a number of factors:

  • Düsseldorf: It is called, „Paris on the Rhine.“ The architecture is a blend of modern and historic buildings that shimmers across the waters. Mercer’s 2009 Quality of Living survey ranked Düsseldorf #6 in the world and #1 in Germany. There are more museums, castles, and other attractions than there is time to visit;
  • Messe Düsseldorf: Nearly one million square meters of usable floor space is offered in seventeen mammoth connected halls. I worked three trade shows and the first glimpse of Messe Düsseldorf multi-story halls is breathtaking. Bäckerei and other shops are close-by. The catering, sanitary, and other back-services are first class. Tens of thousands of visitors come and go, every day, and the Messe remains tidy;
  • Transportation: Düsseldorf is the third largest German airport with direct international flights. Its train station is considered one of the most modern in Europe. A tram light rail system and subway easily moves visitors throughout the city;
  • Accommodations: Within the city centre is a series of first class hotels. During major shows, floating hotels are docked on the Rhine, a short walk to the Messe. The S-Bahn light rail system swiftly moves visitors to and from hotels throughout the Düsseldorf-Cologne area.

As an employee of Heidelberg, an international print giant, I spent six weeks in Düsseldorf supporting trade shows. My memories of the excitement at the Messe and the beauty of the city are warm. If you have an opportunity to attend a Messe Düsseldorf, take it. When traveling in Germany, include ‚Paris on the Rhine‘ in your itinerary. It is Wunderbar.

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Source by Mark F Weber

Castles in West Germany [Styles]

I spent four years in West Germany, in the 70s, and I’ll tell you, they have an abundance of Castles I had learned. But let me share a few styles with you. I used to think everything was Gothic, because Gothic was kind of the overall look of things but it was not so. Before the Gothic look was Romanesque, which blended into what we see in Germany now, the Gothic look. Grant you, at times it is hard to tell, I think the Germans during the Gothic times tried to copy Romanesque [700 AD to 1250 AD: Romanesque]. In Dieburg, Germany I call the tower there, Gothic, but it really isn’t, it is an 11th century tower, and it has the characteristics of Romanesque, which are a rounded appearance, thick walls with few windows; barrel vaults, rounded arches and domes. I call it Gothic because few people know the other styles. Gothic to me is 1250 AD to about 1500 AD. This style emphasizes vertical; pointed arches, ribbed vaulting; flying buttresses or ramparts [stockades] were developed to support walls, this allowed building tall, narrow windows, with stained glass. Gargoyles to hide rain spouts were created.

We all seem to know the Renaissance period quite well, but in comparing them side by side for style, it might be different. Here we return to the horizontal on the grand scale; geometric layouts and designs; classical motifs, columns, rounded arches, domes; free use of detail: the 16 Century.

Baroque, it was a style in Germany, not just music as I had often thought of the word Baroque; which fooled me when I first noticed it; go to Babenhausen, West Germany, you will see some Baroque style, I lived right around the corner to a great tower that mesmerized me ever time I passed it, trying to figure out its style, or character. It is between 17the and 18th Centuries. The tower I’m talking about is 1712 AD, so it fits in. The Bergstrass route has a castle on it, between Heidelberg and Darmstadt, of which I’ve been to both cities, Heidelberg, being perhaps the best preserved castle in Germany. And in Darmstadt, I simply went to, when I wanted to do a lot of shopping in. In any case the Frankenstein castle is there, the one they used for the ‚Frankenstein,‘ movie in the 1920s. This has a tower that is of the 17th century, but it would fit into the Baroque style, with a mere touch of the Renaissance, thus we see the changing of styles in motion here. I was at the Frankenstein Castle in 1976; and at the Heidelberg Castle in l975.

The last style I want to bring to light is the Rococo, 18th Century for the most part. It is a kind of–oh, how do I want to put this: it has twisted curves, shell work and patterns, artificial grottoes, lots of play and detail , light and frivolous. Go to the Wilhelmstal Palace, you will see what I’m talking about, north of Kassel. I was there in l976.

Kronach: tourist normally does not go to this castle, it is Rosenberg Castle, which I was there 100-families were living in the Castle. It has a nice courtyard, and dates to about 1430 AD or so. I was there in the winter of l977.

Wuerzburg: castle on the hilltop, giving it a powerful position; a beautiful castle inside and out. I went there in 1975. This is one of those Rococo castles you don’t see a lot of; or I didn’t see a lot of or notice. Built around 1719 AD; Napoleon even took a second look at it.

Aschaffenburg’s castle „Johannisburg Castle,“ as it is called is again a beautiful castle: a pink sandstone palace is really what it is; with some 400-rooms, built around the 12th Century. It had a beautiful clock I remember in it, 18th Century. I lived about seven miles from the palace.

Up and down the Mosel River you can see more castles than the mind can remember, and that goes for the Rhine river as well; butt he Mosel is the Spell of the Wine Country, and it is more beautiful than the Rhine, take my word for it. Cochem has a castle on a hill, the Reichsburg, I remember it quite well, and down by the river my twin boy chase the fat geese, and had a great time. Cochem commands the Mosel’s steep slopes, I think formed by volcanic upheavals.

The Roman Walls of Augsburg, Germany; you wouldn’t think Augsburg had anything much to do with Rome for style anyway, but it was a campsite once for the armies of the Roman Emperor: Augustus, about 15 BC. I was there in l970, and was amazed at its thick walls. Augsburg has many military fortresses, from WWII, and WWI, which American Soldiers lived in during the 70s. It seems it never did leave its original forte. Augsburg also has its religious merits, but it was not those that appealed to me back then.

The Tower at Dieburg Germany [of which I even wrote a book about the tower: ‚Cold Kindness‘] is another beautiful piece of stonework [11th century tower], located in a small park, overlooking the once embittered WWII city, bombed by the Americans. I lived here in l974, right across the street from the tower, and I got to know the people of the city quite well, and they were rude at first, but turned out to be quite nice after you got to know them. ‚Die‘ in German means ‚the‘ and ‚burg,‘ means ‚castle or fortress,‘ thus the city is named after the tower, „The Tower of the City“; Romanesque style, with a touch of the Gothic look.

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Source by Dennis Siluk Dr.h.c.

Real Estate Agents 101 – So You Wanna Be an Agent, Do You?

People will always need places to live. As such the real estate market has been around in some form or another for a long time, and is likely to be around for much longer. Because most people will buy or sell at least one home in their lifetime, potential real estate leads are EVERYWHERE, just waiting to be snatched up by an agent.

That’s a good thing to know if you’re interested in becoming a real estate agent. If you think real estate is a money tree and converting real estate leads in clients is a piece of cake, don’t even BOTHER getting your license. The first thing to realize when thinking about a job in real estate is that it takes a LOT of hard work to be successful at converting real estate leads to clients. Of course that is counter balanced by the fact that there is almost unlimited earning potential in the field if you’ve got real estate leads and you know how to work them.

The first step to becoming a real estate agent is doing your homework. Research the field, talk to other agents, get an idea of what you’ll be getting yourself into, because the classes you take to get licensed are simply to get LICENSED. They rarely tell you how to actually BE an agent.

Once you’ve made the decision to go for it, start NOW. It can take 2-3 months to finish classes and get your license, but don’t wait until you’re licensed to start building your real estate leads database. Sit down and think about every person you know by face or name, get as much contact information as possible on them, and enter them into a database. There. You’ve just collected a bunch of real estate leads already!

As you’re working your way to getting your license, there are a few other things you can do to prepare, so that you can start earning money with your real estate leads as soon as possible after getting licensed. If you’re going to be following up with all those real estate leads you compiled, you’ll need a cell phone and a car. Look into cell phone plans with unlimited minutes, because you’ll use them. Look for a reliable 4 door car that does great on gas mileage, because you’ll definitely be needing that as well. Don’t worry about getting a Beamer your first year – there will be plenty of time for extravagant spending once you’re a success. For now, you just want to be able to contact and visit your real estate leads for as little money as possible.

It is also important to think about what kind of real estate company to go with even before you’re licensed. It’s best to find a comfortable mix of a company that will cover some of your expenses for a portion of your commissions, but doesn’t limit you on your marketing abilities. Some companies will provide you with tons of support and your own real estate leads. Others won’t. It’s up to you to find a good mix that helps you out but doesn’t constrict you too much. When you go into real estate, you’re starting your own business. Always think of it that way.

Remember that list of real estate leads you compiled of everyone you know? While taking your real estate classes, it’s time to let those real estate leads know what you’re up to. Start giving them a head’s up that soon you’ll be a licensed real estate agent and though you can’t sell real estate at this MOMENT, you will be able to do by whatever date you get your license. It’s never to early to start building that sphere of influence and filling it with real estate leads.

One of the best things you can do, if it is a possibility, is talk to a successful real estate agent. The only way to truly learn to be a great agent is to learn from the best! Build a rapport with a real estate agent and than offer to do their dirty work. That’s right – even if just for a day or two, ask them if you can help follow up with their real estate leads, just to get an idea of what the business is all about. Not many people would turn down free labor, and it gives you an idea of exactly what you SHOULD be doing to be successful with your real estate leads once you’re licensed.

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Source by Ashley Lichty

What Is a Real Estate CRM?

If you are in real estate marketing and sales, you have probably heard the term Real Estate CRM. Do you know what a CRM is and how to use one to make your business more profitable?

A CRM is simply a piece of software that is designed specifically for Customer Relationship Management. CRM software made for realty professionals usually includes a heavy reliance on email autoresponder marketing techniques to keep in touch and nurture your relationship with leads, clients, and potential return clients.

Using a CRM package usually starts with a lead capture website. While there is an art and science to lead capture, the basic process consists of offering a website visitor something of value in return for their contact information. The item of value may be a free report such as a digital download, a book, or access to an MLS home search tool so buyers can search for properties.

Once a lead makes contact with an agent, the CRM is configured to keep in touch using autoresponders, also called email drip campaigns. A series of emails can be written in advance and sent to leads in a fixed sequence to nurture their relationship with the agent and build trust.

At some point during the process, calls to action are conveyed to the lead to help convert their email contact, which is less personal, into a phone call, which is more likely to result in a sale. Agents who receive a phone call from such a qualified lead should be able to escalate the relationship into a face to face meeting and/or buyers agreement to begin the real estate search process.

From the agent’s perspective, a real estate CRM consists of not only the software to automate the lead nurturing process, but the content in the emails that does the heavy lifting of developing the relationship. The agent typically receives regular updates from the software about the leads being captured into the system, as well as tasks that need to be performed by the agent that cannot be automated.

For example, studies have shown that a phone call during the process (perhaps one that comes after an automated email message that tells a lead to expect a call the next day) greatly enhance the lead conversion rates. The bottom line is that the success rate of marketing using a CRM always comes from blend of sales automations technology, human-written content, and well-placed follow-ups and calls to action during the sales process. A well-designed real estate CRM can boost the conversion rates and sales numbers for real estate agents dramatically.

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Source by Kevin Harper

Three Ways Your Business May Be Killing Your Employees and Customers

Yes, you read the title of this article right! Three overlooked causes of serious health problems are having a detrimental impact on the health of employees and customers. Fortunately, important research is bringing these vital business health concerns to light. According to a landmark 2018 report from the World Health Organization (WHO), leading Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) in homes and businesses are:

* Environmental noise;

* Air quality; and

* Water quality.

Governmental health agencies worldwide are actively studying SDoH using advanced cloud-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. This article will discuss the importance of these findings on business owners. Other articles in this series will present inexpensive methods for improving health in polluted business environments.

Environmental Noise

Both indoor and outdoor factors contribute to the level of noise in homes and businesses. Indoor sources of noise include ventilation systems, white noise machines, and appliances and other machines. Outdoor sources of noise include cars, trucks, airplanes, playgrounds, schools, and construction and other urban activities.

According to the WHO report, the expansion of urban activities, highways, airports, and low-quality building construction increases the level of noise that people are exposed to in homes and businesses. All told, these factors are known as „environmental noise.“

In addition to hearing loss and lack of sleep, SDoH studies have revealed that excess noise has other detrimental effects on health. Guidelines based on AI analysis of SDoH found that the relative risk for death by heart attack or stroke increases 14% for every 10 dBA increase above the annual average of 45 dBA daytime and 35 dBA nighttime.

For example, a 50 dBA turbine installation that meets current US and EU standards, running all day, every day imposes a 7% increased risk of heart attack and stroke annually on people exposed to the turbine’s noise.

Since the typical business office „cruises along“ at 55 dBA, it’s easy to see the negative effects that noise is having on employees‘ health!

Consequently, WHO noise guidelines of 45 dBA day and night will soon be adopted in the US by the NIH, HUD, NIOSH, EPA, and HHS. This means it behooves businesses to proactively implement measures for reducing noise.

Air Quality

As opposed to noise, poor air and water quality are more „silent killers.“ In business, owners are responsible for providing a healthy workplace by ensuring proper building construction and maintenance. Management of moisture requires proper control of temperatures and ventilation to avoid excess humidity, condensation on surfaces and excess moisture in materials. Ventilation should be distributed effectively throughout spaces, and stagnant air zones avoided.

Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can also result from the presence of furnishings and building materials containing toxins such as formaldehyde, benzene, radon, and others. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), poor indoor air quality (IAQ) has been linked to certain diseases like asthma. In addition, substances such as asbestos and radon do not cause immediate symptoms but can lead to cancer after many years of exposure. Poor outdoor air quality results from vehicle exhaust, industrial pollution, commercial manufacturers and construction sites.

Poor air quality is a major health concern. Like noise, AI analysis found increased risk of serious stroke and fatal heart attacks when poor air quality (indoor and outdoor) is present. AI analysis of SDoH found that the relative risk for death by heart attack or stroke increases 14% when you live and work breathing poor quality indoor and outdoor air.

Water Quality

Significant adverse health effects have been associated with inadequate plumbing systems in businesses and homes stemming from poor design, incorrect installation, alterations, and inadequate maintenance.

Numerous factors affect the quality of water within a building’s piped distribution system. Poorly designed plumbing systems, for instance, can cause stagnation of water and provide a suitable environment for the proliferation of Legionella.

Moreover, improper plumbing materials, pipes, fittings and coatings can result in elevated concentrations of lead in drinking-water, and inappropriate materials can be conducive to bacterial growth.

According to the EPA, there is evidence that several metals found in drinking water (such as lead and arsenic) may contribute to heart disease or aggravate its symptoms. In addition, Stroke reports that even low exposure to arsenic is associated with an increased risk of stroke. To the surprise of investigators, AI analysis of SDoH found that the relative risk for death by heart attack or stroke increases 14% when you live and work where you drink or breathe (yes breathe) poor quality water. Researchers discovered that toxins such as lead, arsenic and even radon can be found in municipal and well water in quantities 100 times or more than found in poor quality air. Of even greater concern is that even if you do not drink the water coming from the faucet at home and work, the water that is aerosolized while running that faucet to wash your hands and aerosolized when flushing the toilet can carry enough contaminants to increase your risk of heart attack and stroke.

Summary

In conclusion, excessive environmental noise, poor air quality, and poor water quality can all lead to serious health conditions, including heart disease and stroke. When these Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) are present in your businesses, they can quite literally be killing your employees and customers. Now that the findings are in, the next step for business owners is action.

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Source by Allison A. Sakara

Data Science: The Path to Unlocking the Best Paying Job Roles in the Near Future

„Data is the new gold mine!“ The statement holds huge significance when it comes to today’s business world. The current corporate arena is largely operated based on data-driven decisions. You might be surprised to know that each day, about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is being generated. That’s certainly a massive amount, isn’t it! Now just think what would happen if owing to some system malfunction or any other issue, all this data gets lost. It would be a huge mess for businesses and would cost them a lot. This is the key reason why there is a substantial demand for Data Scientists in the job market. In fact, the job profile of a ‚data scientist‘ is already declared to be the most sought after profession in the 21st century. It’s hence the right time for you to ride the growth and build a career that you will be proud of.

Wide Acceptance of Data Science

With Big Data being implemented in almost all spheres of our lives and in the near future, there wouldn’t be any business organization that can afford to ignore the importance of data science. If they do, chances are high that they would lose out on their competition. Smaller companies with adequate data handling skills will triumph over larger corporations with limited data knowledge and experience. Even the start-ups are not losing any opportunity of making data-based decisions. The business world has very well understood the relevance of data science in the modern scenario. If this enormous pool of data can be examined and calculated using a scientific approach, it can help the organizations derive to meaningful conclusions, which directly means better business decisions, more profits, higher ROI.

More Data, More Jobs, More Salary

Be it start-ups or giant corporations, no company exists in the modern age that doesn’t rely on data and analytics for taking business decisions. As per the reports published by McKinsey Global Institute, about 40 zettabytes of data would cover up the internet by the year 2020. This will facilitate a sharp rise in demand for Big Data and Data Science professionals. With more time, the popularity of Big Data shall reach a new level as more companies would start adopting this lucrative opportunity for business growth. With the high demand of qualified professionals and lower supply of the same, as per the economic principles, the salary structure would be quite attractive. It is a given fact that the data scientists are the ones who get higher paying jobs as compared to other engineers and people working on similar job profiles.

Besides, when we are talking about data, how can we miss the opportunity to show some data related to the profession of a Data Scientist? According to a report published by an online education portal, there has been a dramatic rise noticed in the listing and application for jobs related to Data Science. There is a whopping 200% year on year increase in search for ‚Data Science‘ jobs, while at least 50% year on year rise has been noticed in the listing of such job requirements. It is hence, evident that Data Science is here not only to stay and survive but to thrive and rule.

Higher Salary Potential

Data Analytics skills are the demand of the hour. Almost every industry is in dire need of skilled professionals who have adequate knowledge to manage the data properly and conclude to meaningful results that will enable businesses to take their operations to an entirely new level. Having said that, it is pretty clear that only trained professionals can gain maximum exposure in this data-driven era and enjoy greater salary structure.

According to a research report published by an international organization, the average annual salary of data scientists globally in the year 2015 was $130,000. Now, the demand has grown even higher, and the salary structure has also increased to a greater extent. In India, the average salary structure for Data Science professionals is quite lucrative. An Analytics professional in India can take in as much as INR 15 lakh per annum in the initial years which goes further higher with experience. The most interesting factor is that Data Science is not only popular in India, but other foreign markets are also seeking highly trained professionals. Hence, if you have the talent and relevant knowledge and are ambitious enough to grow and succeed, Data Science offers you the perfect opportunity to realize your dreams.

At TimesPro, we have partnered with industry experts like Google, Intel, Flipkart, and Fractal Analytics to create a results-driven, comprehensive professional learning program on Data Science, encompassing the core concepts of Data Science, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. At TimesPro, a Top-Ranked Data Science Institute in Bangalore, we promote a learning environment where students are not only introduced to the essentials of Data Science but are rather prepared to step into the industry with immense confidence and amplified potential. We believe that it is the constant practice that makes an individual adept at his/her job role. That’s why, at our campus, we ensure that our students have enough industry exposure and have in-depth insights into the deep-seated challenges, as well as their solutions. The future world is about to be extremely dependent on how we use data. Hence, our aim at TimesPro is to create industry-ready professionals who can utilize the mounting opportunity and rise with the growth of the industry.

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Source by Alok Mishra

5 Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

If you are a first time home buyer, you may want to have the right strategies to save a down payment, apply for a mortgage, and buy a house that you desire. Just like any large project, you need to get the details right for a successful home buying experience. With these steps, you can navigate the process and get a great deal. Given below are some of the tips that can help you purchase the best home. Read on to find out more.

1. Start Saving as Early as Possible

Make sure you start saving as soon as possible. This way you will have plenty of money to spend on the best house. You need money for making a down payment and meeting closing costs and move-in expenses. Generally, the down payment is 10% of the full value of the property.

2. Decide on your Budget

Find out how much you can spend on the property prior to starting your search. You can use an affordability calculator in order to set a price range on the basis of a lot of factors, such as your credit rating, down payment, and income, just to name a few.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Working with a reliable real estate agent can help you check out homes that can meet your needs. They can make it easier for you to negotiate with sellers and get the best deal possible. You may also want to get referrals from other home buyers. We suggest that you interview at least five agents and ask them for references. Make sure that the agent has at least 10 years of experience in the field.

4. Go for the Right type of House

You may want to compare the advantages and disadvantages of different types of properties based on your budget and lifestyle. Unlike a single-family home, a townhome or condominium can be a much better choice. Another great option that you may want to consider is a fixer-upper. They come with lower price tags. But you may want to set some money aside for remodeling these properties.

You may want to consider your long-term needs, especially if you are planning to expand your family. In other words, you may want to purchase a house that has additional rooms.

5. Stick to your Budget

You may not want to spend more than what you can afford. Therefore, it is not a good idea to spend more than what you can payback. This is important if you want to avoid financial stress in the future. It is better that you consider properties that are priced lower than your maximum budget.

Long story short, if you are a first-time home buyer, we suggest that you follow these steps and you will be able to buy your first home without getting into trouble. Just make sure you have set a budget and taken into consideration all the important pointers given in this article.

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