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In the 2020 World Bank report on “Getting to Work: Unlocking Women’s Potential in Sri Lanka’s Labor Force”, Sri Lanka is ranked 20th in the largest gender gap in labor force participation at the workplace, with a low rate of 36%. This comes as surprising as the results contrast with Sri Lanka’s achievements in Human …

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The ultimate goal of each and every human on earth is to surpass others and be able to dominate the positions by leading the way through economical, societal, and traditional aspects. They are in a rat-race in order to achieve their ultimate targets. As a result of this unstoppable competition, now it has become a …

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Entrepreneurship is the act of creating a new business or an organization for its own profit or for social service. Often, it tends to be in the form of a small business at the very outset. The person who creates this type of business or an organization is known as an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is the …

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Everyone is born creative. Everyone can make a change, but not everyone can walk towards success. A person has to be dedicated to what he does, sacrificing time and effort, and showing endurance. That is what separates success from failure. Most of the success stories are built, with the acceleration given by a single mind-blowing …

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The Software development industry is expanding day by day. Thousands of problems of mankind have been solved with the use of software. Developers indeed try their best to address these problems and find better solutions. For that, they use different programming languages, frameworks, platforms, and so on. However, the present-day world has been gifted with …

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What is UI? And what is UX? You have probably heard those buzzwords if you are an enthusiast of the design world. Sandy Woodruff, a UX designer at Google, once used an interesting example during an interview to explain the difference between UI and UX design. Think of an image of two paths: One is …

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The invention of the first transistor led towards a remarkable transformation in the technical world. Especially, the invention of the transistor boosted the computational power from thousands to millions of calculations per second. Furthermore, power consumption and heat generation were decreased to a very lower level. After a few decades since the invention of the …

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How many of us take time to read the data privacy policies followed by companies when we purchase or use their products (For example Google Maps by Google)? Yes, I agree to the fact that most of the time, the list is so long that you can get it down to many A4 sheets, but …

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Most of us believe that the success of a company or an institution lies just in hitting targets, getting lucky in huge investments, and the employee grinding 24/7. While this could be moderately true, I believe that we are not concentrating enough on one key work ethic, which is none other than teamwork and humility. …

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A growing level of interest in service work has been displayed in the last few years, particularly in emotional and aesthetic roots of service work. Moreover, expectations of the service organizations are particular, that the employees should have the right appearance where they would ‘look good’ and ‘sound right’ to attract more customers to their …

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