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Employment Exchange OnlineSun, 15 Jul 2012 11:49:59 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.1Comment on OFFICE MANNERS by Hassan
Sun, 15 Jul 2012 11:49:59 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=143#comment-40good job. I sure appecraite it.
]]>Comment on HOW TO BECOME A PILOT by Narender
Sun, 15 Jul 2012 11:31:52 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=134#comment-39It won’t help one bit. It doesn’t matter which field your deerge is in. If you want to fly Blackhawks your chances will be much better in the Army. They have thousands of them. The Air Force has 70. You can fly in the Army with only a High School diploma
]]>Comment on HOW TO BECOME A PILOT by Fernando
Sun, 15 Jul 2012 07:49:19 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=134#comment-35Nope, not one bit. As a matter of fact, it shows a lack of good sense. The last thing an AF incrutstor wants is to have to waste time breaking you from bad habits you picked up as a civilian student. I speak from experience because I was a Navy jet basic incrutstor for 3 years. Get a degree in whatever you have an interest and aptitude. You can fly with about any educational background you can imagine. You do not need to know how to build or maintain any airplane you want to fly. All the aerodynamics you need will be taught as part of conventional ground school. Earn a degree in something that can support you and your wife and children (when that happens). The degrees that the pilots had in my squadrons were across the board, from aeronautical engineering to foreign languages to journalism to mechanical engineering. None of us wound up on the dole.
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Tue, 24 Apr 2012 05:13:05 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=123#comment-30The NAO does include an onrbaod battery. Many developers like to keep their robot plugged in whenever possible because an onrbaod battery only lasts for so long. The second half of this video shows the robot using the onrbaod battery.
]]>Comment on CAREER GUIDANCE by Avinash
Tue, 24 Apr 2012 04:28:22 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=79#comment-29That’s the best answer by far! Thanks for conritbuting.
]]>Comment on FREQUENTLY ASKED INTERVIEW QUESTIONS by Karla
Sun, 22 Apr 2012 00:56:00 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=67#comment-16As far as a hostess, what they are lnkoiog for is:-Friendly, outgoing personality to greet customers-Organizational skills to seat customers in correct order-Good, neat appearance (not sloppy or unclean)-Reliability: you will be there on time, on scheduled shifts-Willingness to learnGood Luck!
]]>Comment on CAREER GUIDANCE by Cristian
Sat, 21 Apr 2012 22:08:06 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=79#comment-13Interesting to look a bit into the world of a real Indian person.. Usually when you hear sehotming of Indian of Asian people, in Europe its about all the poverty there.. But you dont seem to look pour at all, but rather from regular standard.. Kinda like it. Well, I would like to read about you some more. Bye!
]]>Comment on INTERVIEW TIPS by Rashid
Sat, 21 Apr 2012 19:54:11 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=43#comment-10This person rlaely just talks about common sense.For those struggling to actually trying to get an interview, it is actually easy. All you must do is try and seperate yourself from the field. This can be done through networking or utilising many sources on the internet. Just as a starting point anyway.Apparently over 60% of jobs/employees are found through sites like LinkedIn
]]>Comment on CAREER GUIDANCE-ROBOTICS by Carmen
Sat, 21 Apr 2012 15:37:51 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=123#comment-8This is really nusrtratifg to me. Why do we consider this thing a robot. There is no intelligence and it is remote controlled. What is the difference between this and car that is driven by a human.I also have a problem with calling industrial robots robots. Everything is programmed to the precise movement. If the environment changes the robot is ineffective. Until the robot can interact with an unpredictable environment, I do not consider it a robot. Maybe I am just biased because I am a cognitive science roboticist and not a mechanical engineer.
]]>Comment on INTERVIEW TIPS by Sandhya
Tue, 13 Mar 2012 14:29:59 +0000http://jobsomega.com/blog/?p=43#comment-2Dear sir/Mam
Thanks for providing these valuable informations. Please put a write up on frequently asked interview questions? Please mention the right sense of answering.