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Blowtox is Hiring

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Blowtox is Hiring Stylists and Salon Concierges for both of their Florida locations! Immediate Openings In Palm Beach Gardens and Wellington! Blowtox is Palm Beach County’s premier blowdry bar. With locations in Palm Beach Gardens and Wellington, we’re conveniently open seven days a week for an early morning blowout or an evening updo and makeup—our clients just walk in, call, or make a reservation online. At BLOWTOX our clients are treated to an aromatherapy treatment, scalp massage, and your selection of hairstyle. Complimentary refreshments are served to each guest. BLOWTOX is more than just blowouts: We offer Botox and fillers, premium hair extensions, makeup services, eyelash extensions, keratin treatments, and eyebrow waxing. We also do events, parties, and weddings. Our clients come in for a style, stay for a cocktail, and make BLOWTOX their new addiction! Co-owners Vanessa Ciprianni and Lesley Keenan joined forces in 2013 to bring the blow dry bar concept to South Florida. With Lesley’s 20 years of experience in cosmetology and Vanessa’s success as a restaurateur and interior designer, our clients can be assured that every detail and nuance of their BLOWTOX experience is a pleasure from start to finish. Positions Available:  Stylist & Salon Concierges Create …

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Beware of Scammers Seeking Assistance

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Online scammers are recruiting. They’re looking for people to help them transfer money and stolen goods. Of course, they don’t come right out and say that’s what they want. Instead, they claim to offer work at home jobs or pretend to be your romantic partner and ask you for a ‘favor.’ The scammers’ goal: to use your bank account, personal information and address to help them steal money.

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Three In Four Employees Would Keep Working If They Received A Financial Windfall

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36% Would Even Stay in their Current Job The saying “money isn’t everything” just may hold true, suggests an Accountemps survey. More than three-quarters (77 percent) of employees interviewed said they would continue to work in some capacity if they were to receive a financial windfall; 36 percent of this group would choose to stay in their current jobs.

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