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This video tutorial will enable you to search for your desired job, apply for it and to post resume using craigslist

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Sept. 22—Dylan Ratigan Show–Bob Smith, who found a job on Twitter, and Gary Zakowski of, explains how the social networking site can successfully help those looking for work.Copyright MSNBC 2010 § 107.Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include — (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; (2) the nature of the copyrighted work; (3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and (4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. Dylan ratigan show twitter tweetmyjobs job jobs hunting social networking media employment

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How to Market Yourself in Today’s Job Market – The Latest Strategies. Visit us at:

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This brief clip provides a sneak peak of JIST Publishing’s DVD “Getting a Job Using Nontraditional Methods.” The full program is part of the “Getting the Job You Really Want Video Series.” The DVD teaches viewers about the hidden job market and how to contact employers before openings ever get posted. Using nontraditional job search methods can put job seekers ahead of the competition and get them a job in less time. For more information about this DVD, visit For more information about the entire series, visit

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How to use Indeed to search for jobs and save job alerts to be received by email. The second in a series of tutorials demonstrating how to use

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You have done this many a times- browsing through the popular job categories on a job search website!However, you might not be knowing that some employers post positions on such websites just to give the impression of being transparent in their hiring procedure. Some jobs are not removed from these listings even when employees have been hired. All facts kept together, job search sites are still important, in fact, very crucial for getting jobs. However, you have to use them “intelligently.” You can’t depend solely on them. So its time to move on, to adopt new online techniques for job search. These job search sites have to be used as a valuable resource in this process. Here I tell you how?

Use Job Search Sites to Enrich Your Resume

Most of the employers use applicant tracking softwares where you rank high when you fill in the proper keywords in your resume. Figure out these keywords by researching about the job postings on the job search sites, particularly of those employers who are actually hiring people. When your application is screened, you will have high chances to get a call for interview if your resume contains the right keywords.

Expand Network

The present trend of hiring scenario prefers the references from the known sources. Candidates who have been referred by the people already working in the company get preference over others. A newspaper report stated that seventy percent of aspiring candidates find jobs through someone they know. It means you have to expand your network so that you know some or the other person in the offices you wish to join. Use social and professional networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace- the list is almost endless viewing at todays web possibilities. Just research and get popular on web.

Online networking doesn’t stop you from getting into real networking. Develop friendship with online friends in real terms too. Meet people wherever you can- networking events, classes, parties, anywhere. Also discover how to use the internet in your job search.

Deepa Roy recommends reading more about jobs and careers at It contains useful tips and information about various jobs for all- employees, employers and aspiring students.

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When you are homeschooling, there are so many decisions to make. From curriculum choices and scheduling, to field trips and extracurricular activities, it is all in your hands. Most homeschool parents relish the opportunity to have real influence on the minds of their children and seek to instill in them a true, lifelong love of learning. If this is your homeschool goal as well, unit studies can help you to accomplish it.

Unit studies are very popular as a homeschool teaching method. They are essentially thematic units that work to encompass all or most subjects through the study of just one topic. For example, a homeschool history unit study might contain history, math, reading, writing, geography, spelling and more. Instead of studying several separate subjects, a unit study allows the homeschooler to learn several different subjects as they relate to one another.

All too often, especially in traditional educational settings, students become bored and lose their natural love for learning. Instead of really absorbing information, they begin to memorize for the sole purpose of passing tests. Though it may seem that students have learned because they earn good test scores, they actually end up forgetting much of what they memorized. This is because they weren’t able to develop any real enthusiasm for the topic. Furthermore, many textbooks and other types of curriculum materials cover subjects only briefly, never giving the student the chance to really learn or develop an authentic appreciation for it. This is not the case when parents choose to homeschool with unit studies.

Most homeschool parents want their children to do more than simply memorize a bunch of facts only to forget them later. Homeschool parents want their children to fully experience the joy knowledge can bring. They also want them to retain as much of the information they absorb as possible.

Unit studies can help homeschool parents make subjects really live for their children. Often, unit studies use a variety of living books, making the subject more interesting and exposing the student to a mix of resources geared toward the chosen topic. Unit studies allow homschool parents and children to immerse themselves in a hands-on approach to a particular topic, studying it from all conceivable angles. They also provide for more interaction between the homeschool parent and the child by providing interesting topics for discussion. Often, activities lend themselves to collaboration.

Unit studies can be used for just one homeschool student or a whole group of them. Instead of using a different unit study for each homeschool child within a family, unit studies allow parents to study the same topic with children at different age levels. All the homeschool children in the family can participate in learning the same topic. They simply use materials and do activities geared to their appropriate levels. Furthermore, unit studies can even help homeschool parents teach children with different learning styles within the same family.

Mimi Rothschild is a homeschooling parent, author, children’s rights advocate, and Founder and C.E.O. of Learning by Grace, Inc. She and her husband of almost 3 decades reside with their 8 children in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Rothschild co-founded Learning By Grace, Inc. because “our current system of education has broken its promise…” Learning By Grace, Inc. delivers Internet-based multimedia education to PreK-12 children in the United States and throughout the world.

Rothschild has authored a number of books about education published by McGraw Hill and others. Her Daily Education News Blog contains feature stories on alternatives in education.

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Learn how to use picture worksheets to teach kids to read through homeschooling in this free home schooling and tutoring video clip. Expert: Matt Nisjak Bio: Matt Nisjak has been dedicated to education through homeschooling and tutoring for many years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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