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Downwardly Mobile

A person who leaves a high-paying, prestigious job to take another position that pays less and is in a less lucrative field. One may be downwardly mobile by necessity (for example, if the previous company conducts lay-offs), or by choice (for example, if one was not satisfied in the previous position and wishes to do something more personally rewarding).
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Mobile technologies continue to connect more people and things than ever before.
In order to facilitate any user, currently using non-compliant mobile devices (15 digit International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) of mobile device is not as per international standards), Pakistan Telecommunication Authority shall auto-pair all such IMEIs with their mobile numbers and they will remain operational without any service interruption.
The study shows that consumers from around the world access the internet via mobile web and mobile apps to engage in different types of activitieswith use of mobile web leaning toward functionality and utility, whereas use of mobile apps is skewing toward entertainment and social.
Pick up your mobile phone and communicate with the intended person straight away.
Marketers in this stage "create a mobile presence, but there isn't a mobile-specific focus or shift in strategy," she points out.
On July 1-2, 2015 at The Tent in Enderun, McKinley Hill; 20+ top-tier mobile strategists are taking on the mobile-first generation.
The 2014 Mobile Payments Conference focuses on 'Mobilizing Retail,' and will address current issues with mobile payment practices, presenting potential strategies and solutions within M-commerce.
Facebook has seen a fast mobile growth, which has brought it to a total of 874 million monthly mobile users and 507 million daily mobile users as of September 2013, out of a total 1.19 billion month user across all devices, TechCrunch reports.
Showcasing for the first time at Mobile World Congress 2013, the new LinqUs Mobile Wallet extends Gemalto's software offers and is fully integrated with the broader portfolio of mobile financial services (MFS) solutions.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 30, 2012--Study looks at US mobile banking trends(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com