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  1. 2011.04.18 5 best job search sites
  2. 2011.02.22 How to use WolframAlpha
  3. 2010.12.19 Top 5 iPhone Apps for Job Seekers
  4. 2010.12.12 How the World Searched with Google in 2010

5 best job search sites

Education | 2011.04.18 09:46 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These are 5 best job search sites in USA, including Indeed, Craigslist, Dice, Monster, and LinkedIn.

1. Indeed

Indeed gets over a billion new job searches every month, and many people refer to it as the Google of job searching. The site allows you to post your resume, search jobs in your area, apply to thousands of opportunities from multiple job listing sites, newspapers, corporate websites, and job boards.


It has one of the largest job listing databases on the web, and does a great job of filtering out duplicates and removing spam.

2. Craigslist

Craigslist isn't just good for finding an apartment or selling your old gear. According to a number of you, Craigslist is also great for making real personal connections with people who are hiring for positions in your area.


Your mileage may vary based on locale, but it's more likely that when you respond to the job listing you'll actually strike up a conversation with the hiring manager instead of a recruiting firm. If you do apply for a job on the site, you might want to follow these tips for applying for a job on Craigslist.

3. Dice

Dice is one of the most popular job search sites for technology careers on the Web. If you're looking for a job in tech, entry or senior level, initiate or experienced, Dice is one site that should be part of your job search.


The site has thousands of tech jobs listed from some of the country's biggest companies like Hewlett Packard, Google, and Microsoft. If you're not looking for a career in technology however, there's likely not much at Dice for you.

4. Monster

Monster is a job site that often elicits about equal parts love and hate. Many of you expressed love for Monster's massive database, but hate for the sheer amount of spam posted and how difficult it is to actually get your resume in front of someone instead of casting your net wide and applying to everything available.


The site features millions of job postings, hosts the resumes of millions more, and has mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.

5. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a social network designed to help professionals build a network of coworkers and associates. Recently, LinkedIn has added features like status updates and corporate profiles. While it does have job listings, its focus isn't on using them to get hired.


Instead, potential employees are encouraged to connect with the company, leverage their own professional connections, and connect with other people in their field or at the company they want to work before sending in an application.

Source: lifehacker.com

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How to use WolframAlpha

Creativity | 2011.02.22 06:00 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

There is a newer website called Wolfram Alpha that has gone public--

and has been compared to Google or even Wikipedia--but in actuality

it is not meant to do what either of those do.


Wolfram Alpha is a computational knowledge engine. It doesn't do rearches;

it does computations. In this article I will explain a bit about how it's used--

so that you can see if it is the right tool to gather the data you need.


    • 1Wolfram Alpha ResultsWolfram Alpha Results

      Since Wolfram Alpha computes answers, you must

      query it with something that can be computed.

      Here, for example, I asked it for the population of

      Los Angeles. It returned the number and built a graph

      showing population growth over several decades.

    • 2Wolfram Alpha ResultsWolfram Alpha Results

      I asked it about AT&T stock. I got a huge page of

      results, including the current price, the business

      fundamentals about the company, recent returns,

      a price history, performance and comparisons,

      a daily return analysis, future projections and more.

    • 3Wolfram Alpha ResultsWolfram Alpha Results

      Wolfram Alpha does math, of course, even calculus.

      I didn't know how to ask it something about calculus,

      but I gave it a simple equation to solve.


    • 4Wolfram Alpha ResultsWolfram Alpha Results

      You can compare items with a forward slash (/) between

      them. For example, I typed GDP USA / China in the query.

      The results were expressed as an equation,

      a value and shown on a graph.

    • 5


      You can also use a plus sign (+) between items. For example,

      I typed blue+red and got results showing the color created by combining

      these two colors, along with a variety of ways to express the color mathematically

      in HTML. Complementary colors and a color triad were also given.


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Top 5 iPhone Apps for Job Seekers

Creativity | 2010.12.19 23:11 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

There are various programs offered by the Internet, but here

a list of the top 5 best iPhone apps for the job hunter.

Even as the financial system seems to be the last few months

to keep, there are still many people who want to earn a new

career, or simply a work of living. In any case, you can always

back up your iPhone is a CV, applying for a job interview

or even art.


1. Job Interview

It is one of the best iPhone apps for job hunters. Job hunting is

no use in itself, but it gives you interview tips, ace your interviews.

2. iSalary

It is also one of the best iPhone apps for job hunters.

Through this app you can calculate how much you are worth

per hour. Can you help find out how much you want to ask

about your next job.


3. ScanBizCards Business Card Reader

No doubt it is also one of the best iPhone apps for job hunters

as well as powerful program to keep track of all the business

cards you collect on networking and recruiting events.


4. iJob

It is also one of the best iPhone apps for job hunters.

Through this app you can detects your location and discover

site near your area. You can email job offers, sign up as well.


5. Job Compas

It is also one of the great invention for the iPhone users.

Through this app you can find jobs in your area. I do not know

about you but I hate long commutes. With this app,

you will hopefully find a job in your area.


Retrieved from: http://www.topintheworld.com/

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How the World Searched with Google in 2010

Creativity | 2010.12.12 07:19 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Since it's birth in 1998, Google has become our gateway to the Web

(its supremacy threatened somewhat now by Apple and Facebook).

It processes over 1 billion search requests every day, each request giving

an inkling of what matters to people in the moment. In 2010, 65% of daily

searches were conducted through Google. It only seems right then to look

back at what was close to people's hearts in 2010 through the eyes of Google. 


In the video Zeitgeist 2010, Google shows us top events and moments from

2010 from around the globe through Google search, images, and video.


For more on the spirit of 2010, check out the most popular and fastest

rising searches in 2010 on Google. One very popular young man:

16 year old Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber.

Other dominant queries: iPad, Chatroulette (which randomly pairs strangers

for live webcam chats) and FIFA World Cup. People did search for financial

crisis and calamities in Haiti and Pakistan, but apparently the economy

and humanitarian disasters could not compare with the fastest rising list: 

  1. chatroulette
  2. ipad
  3. justin bieber
  4. nicki minaj
  5. friv
  6. myxer
  7. katy perry
  8. twitter
  9. gamezer
  10. facebook

 Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/ideas/25342

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