It's also important to see the wider context, Gallagher said: Is screen time replacing not only sleep, but exercise, homework or face-to-face time
with friends and family?
His online course lets agents following his day and even join him as he sells his listings to real clients The three-level course included monthly Q&A's with Serhant and even face-to-face time
For the second time in the job fair's eight-year run, recent college and high school graduates got priority access to the event, benefitting from an extra half an hour of face-to-face time
The clinical staff has been increased by 135 including a dozen psychiatrists and four advanced practice nurses, which has allowed for more face-to-face time
between patients and providers.
In addition to having the necessary credibility, optometrists have valuable face-to-face time
to focus on the health of the eyes.
The 2019 show will also roll-out the Talent Hunt 2019, in partnership with online internship placement agency Oliv, where visitors get face-to-face time
with hiring managers from major exhibitors in a speed interview format.
The day will provide invaluable insight for those in the scholarly publishing community seeking to strengthen collaborative links with other stakeholder representatives, and a unique opportunity to spend face-to-face time
with those from 'the other side of the fence'--whether you're an academic, a librarian, a publisher, or a service provider.
"These include the use of electronic health records, increasingly complex patients who require more face-to-face time
, and various administrative and compliance requirements.
Make it a habit to meet your friends regularly offline to have face-to-face time
The students representing 22 schools from across Scotland had face-to-face time
with students from the Christian Catechism Centre, which is made up of young people from across Aleppo.
But we're guessing that neither group has had that much face-to-face time
with a Caiman.