The gavel has fallen, and a job application filled out by tech mogul Steve Jobs in 1973 has sold for $174,757, according to RR Auction.The application, which was for an unspecified position, reveals a young man appearing to be a far cry from a future Apple founder. Under … [Read more...] about Steve Jobs’ 1973 job application sells for over $174K at auction
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Facebook users from different parts of the globe will soon be able to look and apply for a local job using the social media platform. The social media giant recently announced that its job search and application feature is being rolled out in more than 40 different countries, … [Read more...] about Facebook Increases Job Search Capabilities to 40 New Countries
Mobile apps have certainly made a wide range of documents — including job applications, insurance claims and consumer surveys — easier to handle. But can they also silently add truth detection and emotion interpretation to increase the forms' accuracy and value to … [Read more...] about What do you get when you merge a lie detector, a job application and a mobile app?
This is part of CNET's "Tech Enabled" series about the role technology plays in helping the disability community. As a special education teacher at a public high school in Philadelphia, Michele McKeone prepared students with autism for life after graduation. But she quickly … [Read more...] about How tech means jobs ahead for kids with cognitive disabilities
Ten percent of Caucasian American men but less than one percent of women are estimated to have some form of colorblindness. Colorblind people represent a significant but often neglected talent pool and consumer segment. Identifying opportunities to make products usable by as … [Read more...] about OPINION Colorblindness – A Usability Guide for Commercial Applications, Part 1