* Posts by Brian W. Smith

5 posts • joined 10 Jul 2016

What jobs in 2020 ?

Brian W. Smith

I don’t entirely agree with the fact that the IT sphere dies.

Good IT specialists will never be in dry dock. Software and web development, administration of computer networks - all these fields of activity are popular and demanded. Practically each organization has computers which need to be serviced. Many firms promote goods and services using websites. It’s impossible without web developers, web designers, SEO specialists and copywriters etc. Computer engineers will be required for preventing of Internet fraud, computer safety.

Weird interview questions

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This question must convince the employer that you won't be moving on to another job right away. It is also a good way to determine if your career goals are a good fit for the company. Finally, this question shows whether or not you have direction and some sort of plan. You don't need to wind up exactly where you're planning to be in five years, but you need to be pointed in the right direction.

This week I have reading...

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Case history

This week I read The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks. In this book author described the case histories of some of his patients. It’s my first book about neurology and psychology. The man’s story is my favorite. Want to read more about human brain possibilities.

Currently re-reading:

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Re: Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes

This book is one of my favorites.

If you find interesting stories of Daniel Keyes, try to read The Minds of Billy Milligan.

Mars One

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Me too. It’s a great possibility to create a history.

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