When thinking about your career, it’s important to take your personality into consideration. Do you like working with a team, or flying solo? Are you charismatic or a little more reserved? There are 16 personality types according to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, one of the most popular personality tests. It sorts people based on eight characteristics: extraversion (E) or introversion (I), sensing (S) or intuitive (N), feeling (F) or thinking (T), judging (J) or perceiving (P). We used two different infographics, our own and another from Career Assessment Site, as well as spoke with a career coach, Leah Lambert of Relaunch Me, to learn more about finding the right job for your personality. Even though the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality test is controversial, it’s still extremely popular in today’s business world. The jobs listed also aren’t meant to be definitive, but rather serve as a helpful way to see how certain … [Read more...] about The best job for you, according to your personality type
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Private lender PT Bank Maybank Indonesia Tbk (Maybank Indonesia) booked 6.2 percent profit growth to Rp 966.5 billion in the first quarter of 2019, which ended on March 31, from a Rp 909.7 billion profit recorded in the same period last year. Maybank Indonesia released the information on April 29. In its official release, the bank attributed its profit growth to a 7.7 percent increase of its net interest income to Rp 2 trillion from Rp 1.9 trillion during the same period last year. The bank attributed its net interest income increase to its ability to achieve 10.9 percent loan growth for the first three months of 2019. The bank’s lending expanded by 10.9 percent to Rp 135.8 trillion in the first quarter of this year from Rp 122.5 trillion in the same period last year. The growth was mainly spurred by loans to state-owned enterprises and top-tier corporate clients. Maybank Indonesia’s community financial services (CFS) non-retail loans comprising small and medium enterprises … [Read more...] about Maybank Indonesia reports 6.2 percent profit growth
“The Commerce Ministry is maintaining its target inflation bracket for 2019 at between 0.7 and 1.7 per cent, with a mean of a 1.2 per cent rise in prices,” the director-general of the Commerce Ministry’s Trade Policy and Strategy Office, Pimchanok Vonkorpon, said after the April CPI increased 1.23 per cent year on year, down from the 1.24 per cent year-on-year expansion for March. The CPI rose 0.44 per cent from the reading in March and by 0.86 per cent over the first four months of 2019, Pimchanok said at a press conference yesterday. The expansion in the index is primarily due to rises in the indices for fresh food and energy. The index for raw food increased 3.3 per cent as a result of low crop yields. This was caused by the worsening weather in the summer, with many agricultural areas in the country facing drought, Pimchanok said. As the temperature rises, the yields of food crops such as vegetables decrease. In turn, the rate of spoilage in these fresh … [Read more...] about April prices moving at the right clip for 1.2% inflation goal
By Doug Smith Sports Reporter Mon., April 29, 2019 They adjust, you adjust to their adjustments, you figure things out as the game goes along and hope you eventually get it right, and that’s the wonderful up and down of an NBA game or a series. And if you can’t make any shots with any consistency, you lose no matter what. There were changes in style, subtle and obvious, from the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night and they certainly played a role in their 94-89 victory over the Raptors. But hot takes aside — the starters should have played more, the Raptors couldn’t rebound to save their lives, what in the world is up with Serge Ibaka — the Raptors simply shot themselves out of Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinal that’s now tied at a game apiece. A dismal 36.7 per cent from the field — including an ugly 20-for-67 showing from everyone not named Kawhi Leonard — was Toronto’s downfall in the series that … [Read more...] about Raptors shoot themselves in the foot in Game 2
Yes, we know HDB flats should be homes first and retirement funds second, and so on. But let’s be honest: Everyone wants to know what the big pay-off could be, besides shelter from the elements. Here’s a look at the numbers.WHICH FLAT TYPE APPRECIATES BEST?To find some answers, we looked at price movements of 3-room, 4-room and 5-room HDB flats over a period of 15 years. Starting with Singapore as a whole, here’s what we found:3-room HDB flats have appreciated by around 69 per cent. The average price of a resale 3-room flat today stands at around S$299,000, up from an average of S$176,800 back in 2004.4-room flats have appreciated by around 78 per cent. The average price of a resale 4-room flat is now around S$425,275, up from around S$238,300 in 2004.5-room flats lag just slightly behind 3-room flats, appreciating by around 68.57 per cent. The typical price today is around S$526,850, up from around S$312,500 on 2004.As such, we can see that 4-room flats show the … [Read more...] about Which type of HDB flat gives the best returns: 3-room, 4-room or 5-room?