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For those scientists out on the job market this year, the following from might be a little scary:


Two annihilated industries

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At least we aren't lumped in with finance!

We should suggest them to save their RadioButtons by putting Tech and Law together. They can also add philosophy beside Finance. It will be so cool! :D

When looking for a job, a few months ago, when there possibly still were jobs, I had signed up with The Ladders, as they promise that after signing up they'd show you all these great jobs; but then I found they didn't have any of value or relating to my search; so it was just a waste of time, and I unsubscribed from them. They seem to have no understanding of job classifications.
Perhaps they put unrelated jobs together to be able to say, on any search: 'Your search found 1000 jobs. Sign up to see them.'

"And he built a crooked house..."

You know, that Heinlein short story about a house built in the shape of an unfolded tesseract that collapsed into 4-D in a California earthquake?

Yeah, really good! I am totally agreed with this article it's a good time to purchase a home because the recession period is going on and the rates of a house is little bit low so we can say that it's a real time and the property sellers are also hunger for selling so i think we should not miss the best opportunity. This article is about the German gov't searching for the person who 'outed' their capability of wiretapping Skype calls. It's not about something truly confidential, such as the gov't wiretapping person A, but that they actually could wiretap Skype calls now, as well as regular hardwired phones and cell phones.
I won't miss this better opportunity. Great post i look forward to reading more!

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