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If I told you there was an easy way to get your resume out to 600 million people worldwide or 77% of all recruiters in the U.S., wouldn’t you want to take advantage of it? Of course I am talking about your LinkedIn profile. Here are 4 critical fixes to your linkedin profile to make… Read more »
Blogs and employees are singing the praises of working from home during the pandemic and continuing the practice after the pandemic is over. Employees are feeling more productive with the time saved from commuting, 27 minutes one way on average in the U.S., and find it easy to keep in touch with their associates and… Read more »
There were 9 million workers in the bottom 40% of wage earners out of work at the end of June 2020 as well as 3.3 million workers in the top 40% of wage earners. In September 2020 the Bureau of Labor Statistics unemployment rate fell to 8.4% from a high of 14.7% a few months… Read more »
It’s no surprise that defining these two fast growing, all-inclusive techniques is difficult. I have yet to see a widely agreed upon definition for data science and artificial intelligence is increasing in application and effectiveness exponentially. Educba.com, Asia’s largest online learning platform, came up with the most clear cut comparative definition: “Data Science is the… Read more »
Seventy-one percent of all ambulance rides involve a potential surprise bill or in other words an out of network charge. For ground rides in an ambulance that surprise bill has been a median of $450. If you have to use an air ambulance, you could be on the hook for a median surprise bill of… Read more »
Texas Tech Business professors, Ted Waldron and James Wetherbe, propose a HEART framework to strengthen relationships with consumers when social distancing due to the pandemic has minimized or eliminated personal interaction. Humanize Your Company Education About Change Assure Stability Revolutionize Offerings Tackle the Future This HEART framework provides guidelines on what to say and what… Read more »
“On January 12, 2020, one day after the first known COVID-19-related death had been confirmed, researchers in China identified the SARS-CoV-2 virus’ genetic sequence, and shared it with the rest of the world,” reported Jamie Bell in an article for NSMedicalDevices.com. Nucleic acid-based PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests have been used around the world to… Read more »