The 2012 study’s findings were published on 17 June 2014 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
This is the one that finally got me. That’s it, I’m out of there!
In January 2012, in a week-long experiment, a Facebook data scientist and university researchers manipulated the news feeds of 689,003 random Facebook users, without their knowledge. Continue reading →
Entering the job market is a big step for a new graduate, and in this economy you need to stay on your toes to gain the edge over your competition. Fortunately, there are several ways to increase your chances of success at starting your new career.
Begin by working on your resume to ensure it shows you in your best light. If you plan to write your own, study the most popular formats online or ask for guidance from your school’s career services department. Keep in mind that there are different formats for different positions, so you’ll need to know which one is appropriate. Continue reading →
This holiday season is shaping up to be a lucrative one for retailers, both online and in brick-and-mortar stores.
A record-breaking number of consumers shopped on Black Friday, and the amount spent per person increased to nearly $400, from last year’s $366 per person.
To keep up with the increased sales this December, online merchants must ensure that their order fulfilment capabilities are sufficient to handle more orders than usual. Customers choosing an online retailer often look for quick delivery and affordable shipping.
If your business can offer competitive ordering and shipping services, more customers will decide to make their purchases from you. Continue reading →