The food industry has been growing at a faster rate. As it is growing at a faster rate the requirement of having Food professionals is also increasing at a faster rate. It has given rise to new job openings and opportunities. The food industry has grown 8 times. Now, this industry has plentiful possibilities for those who wish to serve this rich and flavor-full industry in many other ways than
Deoxyribonucleic Acid is known as DNA. It is the genetic code that determines all the attributes of a living thing. To sum it up, your DNA is something that makes you. You get your DNA from your parents, nobody else in the world can have the same DNA as you unless you have a clone. Let’s find out more about what actually DNA is. Let begin with first Structure of DNA.
In many developing countries, there are people who have to work around 45-50 hours per week but there are many developed countries in the world where per week working hours are very low. Despite this, the GDP of these developed countries is much higher than developed countries. In this article, we are going to visit 8 countries that have least working hours per week in the world. Following are Top 8 countries who
According to the World Bank, low-income economies are defined as those with a GNI per capita of $1,005 or less in 2016; lower-middle-income economies are those with a GNI per capita between $1,006 and $3,955; upper middle-income economies are those with a GNI per capita between $3,956 and $12,235; high-income economies are those with a GNI per capita of $12,236 or more this is calculated using World Bank Atlas Method.
Can you ever imagine that a small country with a small population tucked in Himalayan Mountains, only accessible by two planes is deemed “Happiest Country” in the World? But it is the Happiest Country in the World. It is not only that but it is also the fastest growing GDP in the world. Bhutan is the last standing Buddhist Kingdom in the World and have been avoiding globalization and staying
All the popular presidents in the world live in beautiful and grand houses. These houses are not only expensive but they are exuberant as well. They have a huge market value that you can't even imagine. In this article, we will find out about the most expensive residences of the world leaders in the world. 1.Zhongnanhai, China Value of the Chinese Presidential building: £31bn Area: approx.3400000 sq meters Where: Beijing
Sometimes nature can be mysterious and misleading. There and many things that are not known to people. There are things that lean on stranger side but are interesting enough to know why such things happen? Similarly, there has been citing of such an incident around the world which is something you must have never heard about. This strange phenomenon referred as Fish Rains. Many of us have heard about different
Water is used mainly in agricultural works, drinking water, electricity generation, but you will be surprised to know that there are some rivers in the world, whose water give more than water. A river plays important role in each and every one’s life as it provides basic necessities to many towns, villages and to many cities as well. But these rivers can sometimes give more than water, thing
Today, many countries of the world share rivalry due to big army force, dangerous weapons, and nuclear bombs. In such an environment you will be shocked to know that there are many countries in the world who are without any armed forces of their own. Let’s find out more about these countries without an army. 1.Vatican City Vatican City is the smallest country in the world and does not have
According to the report which was released by the South African organization, New world health report states that total assets of India’s amount to 6200 billion dollar that is up until December 2016. During last year it has increased by almost 10%. According to this report, there are currently 2,64,000 millionaires and 95 billionaires in India. And in case of total assets, India is ranked at 6th position in the