Good question. I usually start with key words, then flip over to a class-based search. The USPTO has a system of classification which differentiates stuff like dog bisquits from drive trains from pharmaceuticals...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 19/02/2007
i dont think so.. coz google is well established one. and it changes its search strategy when ever required. till now no one found a good search engine like google... ok... let us see in long term..
3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 31/08/2009
you can try dyslexia+learning disorders
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 08/11/2011
it all depends on what your kind of job your looking for i would recommend putting your resume on monster and other job site where the employer can search you for but i would not just sit there waiting for him/her to email you, you would need to make the effect too...
2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 18/03/2013
Clean resume, no gaps with out a reason, no firings, no 'I didn't get along with my manager'. Be ready to work any shift on any day, have transportation lined up with no excuses, lose all expectations except that you will be exploited...
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 08/01/2014
Actually, you and your friend are both right. It really depends on the agent that you choose. I hate to admit it, but many agents do not do their homework. We are good people with good intentions, but on the other hand by you...
7 Answers · Business & Finance · 11/03/2008
Try craiglist.org if you haven't already. Also, depending on what kind of position you are looking for try going to a large office building dressed professionally and hand out your resumes to every company. If you haven't already...
2 Answers · Local Businesses · 17/01/2009
With AS in Business Administration that should narrow down your job search.
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 17/03/2011