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You may have heard even if you don't keep close eye on new developments in physics, you've probably heard of the renowned physicist Stephen Hawking. He prided himself on making his complex physical concepts open to the public and writing the bestseller. Even though you may be familiar with his academic work, however, there are many interesting facts you might not know about Hawking, stretching from his time at school and gradual development of disability to his opinions on the future of the human race Professor Stephen William Hawking was born on 8th January 1942 in Oxford, England. Stephen wanted to study mathematics although his father would have preferred medicine. Mathematics was not available at University College, so he pursued physics instead. After three years and not very much work, he was awarded a first class honours degree in natural science. Educational Background In October 1962, Stephen had the opportunity at the University of Cambridge to do research


The office kitchen/break room often can be home to a variety of germs, mold and chaotic mess. A set of office kitchen rules, as well as clearly stated workplace kitchen etiquette, can keep the germs at bay and clutter tamed. If you use the office kitchen, it is your responsibility to return it to its original condition when you are done. The office kitchen is “ where a lot of passive-aggression gets worked out, ” - by Karla Miller ; The Washington Post Magazine ’ s @Work Advice columnist. Follow a few simple office kitchen etiquette tips to help keep the office kitchen clean and a peaceful harmony among your coworkers. We at ZenfuCareer; and , feel it is necessary to highlight some kitchen etiquette for your office use.   1.      Office Microwave Care 101 Along with the refrigerator, the microwave is one of the most-used appliances in the office kitchen.   It gets food hot, fast and


It is Ghana’s Independence today and being an impendence worker is something everyone thinks about ones in a while, so no, you are not alone. At some point of your career, you must learn to say NO MORE to having your career controlled by others. Do not mistaken career independence as just quitting you job and becoming entrepreneurial. It can also be making that decision to climb the corporate ladder. Career independence is on the increase, and majority of self-employed individuals do not intend to return to traditional employment. Instead, they intend to grow their businesses themselves. The fact is, primary roles in most existing career are no longer "employer and employee”,   helps to make such transitions. Many have shifted toward an "independent professional and client" type of career. There are somethings that career independence does that sets us apart from others. You may have noticed them in other people or you may e