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  • You have applied for a student visa to study in Germany, but unfortunately your student visa has been refused. You are devastated and can't figure out why your visa was refused. Here are some reasons.

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  • The 15 warning signs indicating it's time to find another position. Move on to another job before your work becomes soul-crushing, empty, and gives you job burnout. How to know when it's time to go.

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  • If you've been downsized or fired or your employer has shut its doors, take these 12 action steps now. Follow these tips to keep the money coming in, prepare for your future, and take care of you.

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    12 Action Steps to Take When You Lose Your Job

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