The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of June 24-27:
HOW THREE SEATTLE MUSICIANS ARE MAKING IT FULL-TIME
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QUIT WORKING LATE: 8 TIPS
In a recent survey of more than 4,000 business executives, work-life balance was the key factor for more than half of men and women in determining a successful career. Work-life balance came out ahead of money, recognition, and autonomy. The struggles of fast changing business landscape and the ever-growing speed of communication and productivity has forced many to work long hours, well into the night. To help leave work at work consider these tips like scheduling your workday, learning to say no, taking things into perspective, and more.
GIGABIT SQUARED ANNOUNCES RATES FOR FIBER INTERNET SERVICE FOR SEATTLE
Gigabit Squared today unveiled residential pricing for the ultra-high-speed fiber-to-the-home broadband network it plans to launch locally in 2014. The Gigabit Squared fiber network, a public-private partnership with the City of Seattle and the University of Washington, will initially be made available to neighborhoods located within the University of Washington West Campus District, First Hill, Capitol Hill and Central Area of Seattle as part of a program called Gigabit Seattle.
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