Jumat, 31 Maret 2017

top job vacancies 2016

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hey guys. are you looking for the latest rankingof the best online mba programs and top businessschools in the us? if you are considering a master’s in business administration andwant to know business school mba rankings, this video will give you a list of the top online mba programs. i willalso list the best graduate business schools for your bachelor’s business degree.us news started ranking online programs five years ago, and specifically started rankingonline mba programs two years ago. in january, us news released their latest us online mbaranking with a list of 225 different online mba programs.data was collected from the programs / institutions themselves and a separate peer reputationsurvey.

there are 5 categories of assessment mostcontaining a sub-layer of ranking indicators: • faculty credentials and training (11%)• student services and technology (11%) • student engagement (28%)• admissions selectivity (25%) • peer reputation (25%) us news & world report online mba rankingtop 10 1) us / temple university: fox school of business2) us / indiana university, bloomington: kelley school of business3) us / university of north carolina, chapel hill: kenan-flagler business school4) us / university of florida: hough graduate school of business5) us / arizona state university: carey school

of business6) us / carnegie mellon university: tepper school of business7) us / pennyslvania state university: world campus8) us / lehigh university: college of business and economics9) us / university of texas at dallas: naveen jindal school of management10) us / arkansas state university - jonesboro alright guys, next i will talk you throughthe us news survey’s list of best business mba graduate schools for 2017.379 of the 470 mba programs accredited by the association to advance collegiate schoolsof business international responded to the u.s. news survey in fall 2015, of which 129provided enough information to be calculated

in these rankings.• indicators include: - quality assessment by school deans, mbaprogram directors, and recruiters, - placement success taking into account startingsalary and employment rates after graduation; - student selectivity on the basis of gmat,gre and undergraduate gpa - • this is the first year in seven yearsthat stanford hasn’t been in the top spot. the school is now tied for second place withchicago booth – and this is the highest position booth has ever held in the u.s. newsrankings. - positions 5, 6, and 7 have remained thesame now for three years straight, with mit sloan, northewestern kellogg, and uc berekeleyhaas standing strong.

• yale som jumped five places this year,from 13th place to joint 8th place with yale, beating columbia university. this is yale’shighest rank ever. that’s it for this video and i hope youfound the information useful. to get more information on what careers you can choosefrom with your business degree, you can watch my video on business degree jobs by clickingthe link on the left. to watch my video on what you can expect to learn at college ina bachelors business degree, mba or doctorate you can click my link on the right.thank you again for liking sharing and subscribing and i will see you again next week.

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as the obama administrationis coming to a close, uh, unemployment has plungedto a nearly nine-year low. when obama came to office,it was at 7.8%. now it's at 4.6%, which is really good. -(applause)-but... but-but, you see, america'sfuture is not about being good-- it's about being great. reporter: trump promised to keep carrier jobs in the u.s.

he says carrier's gonna bringback those jobs to indiana. he, as president,will make it happen. i'm gonna call up carrier, and i'm gonna tell the headof carrier, "i hope you enjoy your stayin mexico, folks, "but every single unitthat you make "and send across our border,which now will be real, you're gonna pay a 35% tax!" (cheering)

and you knowwhat carrier's going to do? they're going to call mein 24 hours, and they're going to go,"mr. president, "we're moving backinto the united states, we're going to buildin the united states." -(applause and cheering)-that's what's going to happen, 100% sure! man, say what you wantabout trump, but he really kicks assin imaginary negotiations

-against himself.-(laughter) "then carrier's gonna saythey're sorry, "and everyone will shoutmy name. "then, rosie o'donnellwill be like, "'donald rules, and i drool.' "then the failing new york times will print a headline "that says,'air-conditioner factory stays, -trump keeps his cool.'"-(laughter) "and it'll be a great pun, andeveryone will laugh at the pun,

"and they'll say,'great pun, donald!', because they'll knowit was really my pun!" (laughter) and by the way, by the way,it's easy to see why trump wants moreair-conditioning in america. -look at his face there.-(laughter) he was sweating so much,he looks like he's doing an impressionof fat bastard. -like, what is he...what is he doing? -(laughter)

(with scottish accent):"get in my country." but... but...and this is crazy. once trump won the election,he actually did it. he got on the phone,negotiated with carrier, and he made his first deal. woman: the air-conditioninggiant tweeted last night, "we are pleasedto have reached a deal "with president-elect trump& vp-elect pence to keep close to 1,000 jobsin indy."

man:the deal is extremely popular. 60% of registered voters saying it gave them a morefavorable view of trump. wow. yes. after trump's deal, some peoplesee him in a better light. "he saved 1,000 peoples' jobs,and he grabbed zero pussies? -wow!" (chuckles)-(laughter) "maybe we should givethis guy a chance!" but beforeyou give him a chance,

you may want to examine thecarrier deal a little closer, because,like donald trump's hair, -there's something that's justa little off. -(laughter) numerically,there are some... issues here. donald trump,during his speech, said that there were about1,100 jobs saved. it turns out it's probably morelike 800 jobs that were saved, 300 that he was referring to were actually never goingto move in the first place.

it's not a sustainable strategy to save 800 or 1,000 jobsat a time. woman: the deal gives the heating and air-conditioning company seven million dollars in state tax breaks over ten years. what trump is doing is settinga very dangerous precedent. my guess is today,there's some corporation who may not have thought onesecond about leaving america-- now they're going to announce,

"hey, we're going to mexico,we're going to china. hey, mr. trump,what you gonna do for us?" -bernie! -(laughter) -bernie! -(applause and cheering) (noah crying) we should have listened to you,bernie! -(laughter)-(noah crying) you know every timedemocrats see bernie sanders, they're like, "damn,i wonder what could have been."

but he's right. it's not sustainable forthe government to pay companies to keep uncompetitive jobsin the country. but now that other companieshave read carrier's blackmail script, they could alsothreaten to leave and wait for those sweet, sweettax breaks to roll in. it's like that children's book. if you give a mouse a cookie,

he's going to want to (bleep)you in the ass. -(laughter) -you guys hadthe same book, right? -it's the same book.-(laughter) and by the way, by the way, i love how donald trump made itlike, "i told carrier what to do,and they did it!" no, no, no,that's not what happened. they threatened something,trump paid them the money, and they still sent hundredsof jobs to mexico.

like, trump would be the worsthostage negotiator in the world. he would be just like,"come out with your hands up! "free all the hostages! "no? "all right, you asked for it! we're sending in a milliondollars and more hostages!" "all right, cover me, boys. i'm going in to give hima hand job. cover me." (applause and cheering)

-(audience whooping)-worst negotiator ever. oh, there's another aspectof this deal, uh, but it has good newsand bad news. the good news is:carrier has agreed to invest more moneyinto their factory. the bad news is:it's gonna be like westworld. updating the plantwill result in more automation and an important consequence. we're gonna make a $16 millioninvestment in that factory...

that sounds good,except they're doing it to automatethe manufacturing process, which will shed jobs. as bad as this deal is, what makes this so goodfor donald trump is that it gives the illusion that he's donesomething meaningful. that's what trump is all about,is the show. because allthe headlines say is:

trump saves a thousand jobs! which, don't get me wrong,i acknowledge is something for every single personwhose job was saved. i don't deny that. but at the scale the presidentis supposed to work on, that's barelya drop in the bucket. it's all about"the thousand jobs." what about everyone's jobs?you got to create jobs as well. this is basically a classiccon man move, you know?

a con man makes you focuson what you think you can get, and distracts youfrom everything that you stand to lose. -(applause)-that's all it is. and look... look, the carrier dealmight have some benefits. but it would be naive to ignoreall of the side effects. in fact, i have a proposal. every timetrump makes a promise,

he should be forcedto include the fine print. and you know whatcarrier's gonna do? they're gonna call mein 24 hours and they're gonna go, "mr. president, (fading): we're moving backinto the united... woman: donald trump's promises are not intended to be taken seriously. the number of jobs will be lower than promised. side effects could include massive corporate tax breaks,

higher consumer costs, and companies giving the jobs to robots anyway. ask your doctor if your economy is healthy enough for trump. he'll probably say no, but (bleep) him, make america great again.

technician vacancy 2016

technician vacancy 2016

the program itself is wind energy technology. so i got interested in it just because i wanted to climb a windmill. but then once you get into it, it's really -- it's all electrical-based, hydraulic-based, you know,

motors, gear boxes. so it's very technical, very hands-on, which is so much easier than bookwork and classroom work. and i retain so much more knowledge by actually hands-on doing something rather than giving me an a, b, c, or d kind

of option. so, you know, mostly every day we'll leave the classroom, our professor will come in, break something on the trainer, pull a wire, pull a plug, disconnect something, and then we just simply go through, and we troubleshoot the whole thing

until we fix it. and he gets pretty creative in his breaking abilities. it's never the same thing, and you can never assume one thing or another. so my biggest struggle right now would be managing a full-time salaried job, where i have to

cover my hours and then also covering 17 credits in class. now, this class, alone, is a 12-credit class, which considers you a full-time student. kip, my professor, is very good about accommodating my time through my work, and my boss is also doing the same thing.

so i go to class in the morning for my general education classes, and then i cover work. so my general ed class is 7:30 to 9:30. i work 10:00 to 1:00, and then i come here from 1:00 to 4:00, and then i work 4:00 to 9:00, which is truly seven days a week,

except i just work on the weekends. it's really not too bad. i haven't been burnt out yet; i thought i would be. you know, i hit a wall every once in a while, but i get a good night's sleep, and it's good.

the only way you're not going to get a job here is if you don't pursue a job when you leave. i mean, all it does is -- all it takes is putting your name in a hat, and it's going to get drawn at some point. and it doesn't have to be windmills.

you know, you learn so much through mechanical work and troubleshooting, millwright, that a lot of people get jobs at glanbia or at chobani, new clif -- the clif bar, i know people are getting hired on there. and actually before -- there are a lot of people who are placed

before they even graduate.

teaching jobs in kenya 2016

teaching jobs in kenya 2016

please welcome mark cuban. (applause)good to see you. >> good to be back. >> stephen: you have alreadyexpressed some of your opinions about donald trump here tonight. but i want to point somethingout to you, my friend. in july of 2015 you said quote,trump is probably the best thing to happen to politics in a longtime. i don't care what his actualpositions are, but last night on

twitter you officially joinedthe never trump club. what changed for you? why was it the best thing tohappen to politics and now he's the never trump. >> at the beginning he was abusiness person and i wanted to see a change from thetraditional politician. but then he went and opened hismouth. you know. i mean he had a really goodchance to be different and

really have a chance to changethings am but he doesn't do the work. he's lazy. >> stephen: now you're abillionaire. you're a billionaire, he's abillionaire. in the billionaire world, what'sthe take on donald trump? like when you guys all gettogether to be billionaires together, like how do you guystreat him? >> well, in the meeting we votedhim out.

>> stephen: he doesn't get tocome to the meetings any more? >> no meetings. we literally changed the secrethandshake. >> stephen: can you teach itto me a little later? (laughter)i don't like-- sounds like we're not shaking hands. (laughter)where do the billionaires meet, by the way? is it like at the private jet,like, hangar, is that where you

guys hang? >> whoever has the biggest jetat the time or gets a new jet, we will just fly around. >> stephen: and show it topeople. >> you got to whip it out andshow your jet. >> stephen: he's abillionaire. you know, people say and notreally a billionaire. what do you think? do you think he's really abillionaire or not a

billionaire? >> who knows how much debt hehas. but i will give himmed credit. he's a billionaire, fine. more power to him, you know. >> stephen: he's abillionaire, fine. >> who cares, right? who cares. >> stephen: that seems like alot of money to you, you are a

billionaire. >> more power to you. >> stephen: you are abillionaire. you have got opinions. why don't you run for president? >> what do you think? (cheers and applause). >> stephen: have you everthought about it. >> yeah, absolutely.

have i thought about it. >> stephen: any other officelike senator. >> no, no,. >> stephen: straight to thetop. >> straight to the top. but i just don't want to put myfamily through it my sixier old, i talk about it with my family,my six year old jake loves the idea but it's a lot of scrutinyand my kids are young. i want to spend time with them.

typically i just dislikepolitics. but this year it's such a messand with trump getting so involved, i was asked. i was asked by a couple ofsenators to start a third party run. but if i had done that, then theway the electoral college works, if i would have won any states,it would have gone to the republican congress and thenthey would have voted for trump. so it would have been a mistake.

>> stephen: okay. so you went to the university ofindiana. >> yup. >> stephen: do you still havefriends back in indiana. >> absolutely. >> stephen: what do they sayabout pence? any good things to say abouthim? >> about pence? (laughter).

>> stephen: a reasonablequestion? it's a reasonable question. >> the next time i'm drinking inbloomington, indiana, i will ask them about mike pence. but the next time will be thefirst time. >> stephen: all right, so nowon shark tank you guys grill pretty hard the people who areproposing their ideas. >> yeah, we do. >> stephen: you do a lot ofresearch and everything.

if someone was coming to you andyou are deciding who gets to run for president, what questionswould you ask candidates. like how would you vet them? >> one, i would want to talk topeople he's done business with. so if you notice with trump, inthe whole convention thing, none of his business partners arecoming forward. they're not coming forward tospeak. they're not coming forward inthe media to say good things about him.

they're not coming forward togive him money. so that is one red check mark. so i would find out about that. i would talk to different peoplehe's done-- he's done projects for, right? to find out what was theirexperience. >> stephen: have you ever donebusiness with him? >> one time. i had give and take with him.

but we did an mma project about2009, i think, just a little deal. but nothing of any consequence. >> stephen: would you dobusiness with him again, billionaire to billionaire. >> yeah, i mean, as long as hedoes what i tell him to do, i'm fine with it. >> stephen: mark, thank you somuch for being here. mark cuban, everybody.

Kamis, 30 Maret 2017

state govt recruitment 2016

state govt recruitment 2016

gas, there would have likely been an explosion. the driver was airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries. steve: a proposal by governor lepage good the -- could mean an end to 2300 state jobs. wmtw news eights

morgan sturdivant is live in south paris. rgan: later on this evening that townhall will happen here. lepage has been looking to cut each jobs for some time now. this has been an ongoing process.

this is a proposal for the upcoming process to be voted on by the legislator. mike thibodeau told us he is god the governor is looking at saving money. democratic representative says ,

it is reckless to cut just for the sake of cutting because it jeopardizes people's health, safety and well-being. the president of the association says they would like to be more involved. >> we have attempted with this administration to participate in

a productive conversation. we have not been able to bridge that gap. he has not asked us for our input. >> it is slow at first and we have to get input from the agencies that are utilizing the positions.

morgan: the governor hopes to keep 9500 jobs that are currently in place. that townhall here at oxford

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sri lanka job vacancies 2016

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hi, i'm sachinthya gunathilaka i'm from curtin university batch in my sliit life of 4 years i have participated all sliit walks and i think this is the best out of the all 4 years and i have endure with a lot we got a chance to get together with our friends and dj was superb

we enjoyed a lot the event was awesome so i want to thank the organizers and all like who made this opportunityorganizers and all like who made this opportunity for us so thanks alotwho made this opportunity for us so thanks alot we enjoyed a lot thanks hello, hi, i'm michelle

i'm a 4th year student at sliit that is sliit, malabe and this is my 4th year at sliitthat is sliit, malabe and this is my 4th year at sliit so.. this would be my last walk and i'm so happy that you guys organized it because it's been organized very well and i hope that you'll continue to do so in the future, thank you.

hi, i'm sapumal rupasinghe president of faculty of engineering student communityhi, i'm sapumal rupasinghe president of faculty of engineering student community sliit walk 2016 which is organized by the student interactive society of sri lanka institute of information technologywhich is organized by the student interactive society of sri lanka institute of information technology for the 4th consecutive yearof sri lanka institute of information technology for the 4th consecutive year

and this year we had aroundfor the 4th consecutive year and this year we had around 4000 student for this eventand this year we had around 4000 student for this event and all the profit gain from this event4000 student for this event and all the profit gain from this event will be donated to a charity and all the profit gain from this event will be donated to a charity as we did in last three yearswill be donated to a charity

as we did in last three years and we hope you will join with usas we did in last three years and we hope you will join with us on sliit walk 2017and we hope you will join with us on sliit walk 2017

recruitment jobs 2016

recruitment jobs 2016

1. bac middle east address:-dubai international financial centrep o box 506798, dubai, uae.tel: 9714 - 4398500 website, www.bacme.com 2. robert half gate village 1, level 1 p.o. box 482100dubai, united arab emiratestelephone: +971 (0) 4 382 6700website, www.roberthalf.ae 3. antal international ltd office 601, liberty house, dubai international financial centre - dubaiphone:04 439 8500website www.antal.com 4. michael page dubai international financial centre office no.202, al fattan currency house tower 1 united arab emiratesphone:04 709 0300 5. jerry varghese

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Rabu, 29 Maret 2017

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recruitment in government

i’m so stoked for our presentation to the executives this afternoon. it’s been a massive challenge but definitely looking forward to it hey guys, i’m just heading downstairs for my paleo pear and banana bread would you like to join me? no thanks that’s a little bit fancy for me i’m actually off to an aboriginal and torres strait islander staff networking meeting. ok then see you. so how are you finding the program?

it’s pretty great to be honest. i’ve been here less than a year and i never thought that i’d be working on a project supporting the modernisation program across government. awesome, i’m working on a project in property and construction. hey, are you going to the young leaders network dinner tonight? yeah, i wouldn’t miss it. the last one was great.

hey claire. hi david i had a look at your report yesterday, great stuff. thanks. we’re all really looking forward to the grad presentation this arvo thanks david, no pressure or anything. hey rina, i got this for ya. oh thanks hey, this year’s grads are real game changers i’ve heard some fantastic reports about their work. they’re certainly hit the ground running well actually i should say sprinting.

i’ve got two graduates working on projects in my division and they’re just had such a great impact on the team. that’s terrific. it’s really great that we can talk to executives like that yeah totally. hey eddie. hey guys i feel really good about my part of the presentation with the executive this afternoon, there was heaps of good stuff

on e-learning which really helped me. hey buddy. sorry i’ve gotta do that every time it’s because we’re in the buddy program. have you had a run through with all the other grads? yeah we had one yesterday at lunch time, tom couldn’t make it so we just skyped him in, but it all seems to be coming together now. great, can’t wait to hear all about it,

good luck buddy. hi guys. hi teena so, you finalising your presentation? yep, nearly there. looking forward to it. me too. hey dane, you mentor jenna don’t you? i do yes. i think her capabilities would be a really good match with budget serge team. can you suss her out and see if she’s interested? great, thanks. see ya.

hey jenna, i just had a quick chat to teena and she asked me if you would be interested in joining the budget surge team, what do you think? oh yeah. that would be brilliant. good afternoon everyone, it’s great to see you all this afternoon. we’ve had lots of positive feedback about your work across the different projects. from my first look i can see that you’ve built many of the skills that i know will stand you in good stead for future opportunities whether here in finance or elsewhere in the aps. many of the ideas you’ve come up with are real game changers.

with that in mind we, the board are looking forward to seeing your detailed presentations.

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icers to the job. jim: they've stepped up recruitment big time. the legislature just passed a bill to increase pay for state police but they are still among the lowest paid officers in the state. the maine state police say they

are down thirty positions, new recruits will come out of the recent class from the police academy but that's only about 10 new officers. police agencies saying with all of the police shootings officers have become targets and not surprising fewer people wanting

a career in law enforcement. >> any young person or even any middle aged person looking around the nation would have to ask themselves, do i want to put myself through this? because the pays not good the hours are long and right now there's a feeling that nobody is

in our favor and everyone is against us. >> it's nights and weekends, it's grueling and yosee a lot of bad things. it's low pay and a lot of hard work. the expectations of police officers and corrections

officers and deputies is very high. jim: sheriff reardon says they recently posted for a deputy sheriff position and only had one applicant and that plicant didn't meet the standards so he didn't get the job.

recent vacancies 2016

recent vacancies 2016

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Selasa, 28 Maret 2017

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recent recruitment

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i'm looking for warriors, a stranger, others like him. i'm building an alliance to defend us . it's very important that i see this man. barry allen, bruce wayne. you said that, like it explains why there is a total stranger sitting in the dark,

in my second favorite chair. he said he'll fight with us? more or less. more more or more less? probably more less. he said no? he said no. look man, i don't know who you are

but, whoever you are looking for so, you're fast? that feels like an over simplification. i'm putting together a team, people with special abilities. you see, i believe enemies are coming. stop right there. i'm in! you are?

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have you heard of virtual bagel? their facebookpage has over 4,000 likes. they use the page to promote their brilliantbusiness model 'we send you bagels via the internet -- just download and enjoy.' it sounds like a joke, and it is, sort of.this page was set up by bbc technology correspondent rory cellan-jones in 2012. he wanted to find out what is the worth ofa like on a facebook page, so he bought some likes for virtual bagel. now there are twoways to buy 'likes', the legitimate way and the illegitimate way. the illegitimate way is to go to a websitelike boostlikes.com purchase some likes. you

can get 1000 for $70. sites like these use clickfarms in developingcountries like india, the philippines, nepal, sri lanka, egypt, indonesia and bangladesh. here employees are routinely paid just 1 dollarper thousand clicks of the like button. so facebook explicitly forbids buying likesthis way. instead they offer the 'legitimate' way topay for likes by advertising your page. prominently displayed is a link to "get more likes" withthe promise: "connect with more of the people who matter to you." and this is how virtual bagel got its 4000likes. rory cellan-jones paid 100 dollars

to facebook and the likes rolled in. he targetedhis ad to the uk and the united states, but also to countries like egypt, indonesia andthe philippines. now where do you think virtual bagel was most popular? i'll give you a hint,it wasn't the us or the uk. but within a day he had over 1600 likes mostly from developingcountries. now what was more problematic was the peoplewho followed virtual bagel looked suspicious. for example there was one cairo-based followerwhose name was ahmed ronaldo. his profile consisted almost exclusively ofpictures of cristiano ronaldo and he liked 3,000 pages. cellan-jones also observed that his new throngof fans was particularly disengaged, just

as you'd imagine those from a click-farm wouldbe. but he hadn't hired a click-farm, he had paid for facebook ads. this story was reported in july 2012. in august,facebook reported it had identified and deleted 83 million fake accounts (that was 9% of thetotal at the time). this resulted in noticeable drops for popular singers and celebrities. so did they delete all of the fake likes?nope, not even close. i know because most of the likes on my facebook page are not genuine. in may 2012, i received a number of emailsfrom facebook offering me $50 worth of free promotion of my page, which at the time hadonly 2,000 likes.

my youtube channel had twenty times that followingso i thought surely this free 'paid' promotion could help me reach more of the people whomattered to me. and immediately i could see results. within just a few days my likes hadtripled, and they kept on growing, thousands per day. and after a few months i had about 70,000facebook likes, which matched my youtube subscribers at the time. now what was weird was my postson facebook didn't seem to be getting any more engagement than when i had 2,000. ifanything, they were getting less engagement. i didn't understand why at the time, but ihave since realized it's because most of those likes i was gaining through facebook ads werenot from people who were genuinely interested

in veritasium. how do i know? well becausefake likes behave very differently from real followers. have a look at this graph of the engagementof my facebook followers. here i'm plotting countries as bubbles, so this is canada andthe size represents the number of likes i've received from that country. so this is theunited states, it's a nice big bubble. now i'm ranking these countries on the horizontalaxis based on what percentage of those likes have engaged with my page this month. so asyou can see roughly 30% canadians and americans have engaged with my page, but they're notas active as the germans where over 40% of my likes have engaged, and they are not asactive as the austrians a small but passionate

group of veritasium fans at nearly 60% these are all of the other western countries.so you can see that it's common for between 25% and 35% of my page likes to engage withmy page every month. now here is egypt, where less than 1% of mylikes have engaged with my page. now this is india, the philippines, pakistan, bangladesh,indonesia, nepal, and sri lanka. that's a big followings, but no engagement.together all of these countries make up 80,000 likes, that's roughly 75% of the total likesi had before the last video. and these are the profiles that followed me when i usedfacebook advertising. and they are worse than useless. here's why:

when you make a post, facebook distributesit to a small fraction of the people who like your page just to gauge their reaction.if they engage with it by liking, commenting, and sharing then facebook distributes thepost to more of your likes and even their friends.now if you somehow accumulate fake likes, facebook's initial distribution goes out tofewer real fans, and therefore it receives less engagement, and so consequently you reacha smaller number of people. that's how a rising number of fans can result in a drop in engagement. and from this facebook makes money twice over-- once to help you acquire new fans, and then again when you try to reach them. i meanyour organic reach may be so restricted by

the lack of engagement, that your only optionis to pay to promote the post. what's worse, there is no way to delete fakelikes in bulk -- all you can do is target posts around them. and i should re-iterate i never bought fakelikes. i used facebook's legitimate advertising, but the results are as if i had paid for fakelikes from a clickfarm. now you might think the solution to all thisis just to exclude countries with click-farms from your ad campaigns. but unfortunatelythe problem goes much deeper. meet virtual cat, a virtual pet like noneother. its page is committed to supplying only theworst, most annoying drivel you can imagine.

only an idiot would like this page. and that'snot just my opinion, that's actually what it says in the page description. and i should know because i wrote it. i createdthis page yesterday and i then paid $10 to advertise the page through facebook targetedonly to cat-lovers in the united states, canada, australia and the uk. now i expected thatbecause i had excluded all of the big click-farm countries and because the page is so terriblethat i basically wouldn't get any likes. but within 20 minutes i had blown through my wholebudget and i got 39 likes. so who are these people liking a blank page and costing me25 cents a piece? all of the profiles were all from the placesi had targeted, mostly the us, but there was

something strange about them. all of thesepeople liked a lot of things, like hundreds and thousands things. and a lot of the things they liked were oddtoo. like in one account this person liked t-mobile, at&t and verizon. they liked jeepand lexus and mercedes and volvo and volkswagon. they like everything. other accounts i saw,they liked kitchen scrubbers and they liked mouthwash. who reports that on their facebookpage? it just baffles me. so the real mystery to me is why someone,somewhere would click on ads they didn't care about without making money from them. i meani don't think these likes came from bots - they are too easy to identify and eliminate. andi also don't think for a second facebook would

pay click-farms to click on those ads to generaterevenue for them, so it really seems like a mystery. and then, in this article i found what i thinkis the most reasonable hypothesis. click-farms click the ads for free. in orderto avoid detection by facebook's fraud algorithms, they like pages other than the ones they'vebeen paid for to seem more genuine. i mean you can imagine 1000 likes on a particularpage coming from one geographic area in a short period of time would seem suspicious.but buried in a torrent of other 'like' activity? they would be impossible to identify. so workers at these click-farms will literallyclick anything. i mean where do you think

facebook's security page is most popular?dhaka, bangladesh. what about google? dhaka. what about soccer star david beckham? it'sactually cairo, but you take my point. so wherever you're targeting, advertisingyour page on facebook is a waste of money. i wish facebook would remove the fake likesfrom my page and all the others. but that would mean admitting that they have generatedsignificant ad revenue from clicks that weren't genuine, which then suppressed the reach ofpages who had low engagement, forcing those pages to pay again to reach inauthentic fans.so the truth is facebook benefits by maintaining this status quo because the reality is nobodylikes this many things.

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hello? it's me. i was wondering if after allthese years you'd like to meet. just have a drive around. hello from the outside. all right, see you in a minute. great. >> hello. (cheers and applause).

>> james: oh, thank you. i appreciate it it's going to befun. >> great. >> james: you are looking fineright now. >> thank you very much, james. >> james: loving this bob. >> oh, thanks, thanks, verymuch. >> james: a triumph. >> don't i look like a mum.

>> james: i don't think so. it is more manageable. >> it dries quickly. >> james: than the life, youknow. >> i am going to use myhairline. i can't work out if i shouldwear a wig wig or have a weave. >> james: i mean, what i likeis that you are coming to me for this advice. (laughter).

>> james: do you mind if welisten to music. >> yes, it's such a shame it'srainingment i feel like americas are going to assume that englandis rubbish. >> james: ♪ hello ♪ ♪ dheersplaws toat i'm in california dreaming ♪ ♪ of about who weused to be ♪ ♪ it's no secret ♪ ♪ that the both of us ♪ ♪ arerunning out of time ♪ ♪. >> that was amazing. so hello from the outside ♪ ♪ atleast i can see that i'm trying ♪ ♪ to tell you i'm sorry ♪ ♪for breaking your heart ♪ ♪ but

it's clearly doesn't tear youapart ♪ ♪ any more ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ any more ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ any more ♪ ♪ no ♪ ♪come on ♪ ♪ >> james: you playing thedrums. >> i play the drums in this. >> james: no way! >> yes, yes. >> james: you're shredding onthe drums. you are. you-- that is what i have alwayssaid is that you are the female

phil colins. >> oh my gosh. >> james: no, no, oh no. >> i've got a new-- . >> you are driefg, what do yousay. >> james: i can hold it whileyou wipe down. >> i'm all right, i'm all right. >> james: no one is going tosee it. (laughter)>> .

>> james: you used to be. >> i have been drunk two nightsin a row recently. >> james: no. >> it's christmas. the other day i went with mybest friend, i'm not going to see him before christmas. i got there 7:45 and i'm sittingthere, it's like-- where is he. normally punk actual, i callhim, where are you, he said 8:45.

so i'm sitting here for an houron my own looking like such a loser. so i ordered a wine and then ihave never glass of wine and i spot a family, i when over, abit drunk. did you call my name, earlier? i had my security with me,sorry, being protechive, whatever. i did hear-- let me get a-- getyour meal for you. an i had another glass of wine,and my friend arrived, hi two

more glasses of wine, bear inmind i haven't had a drink in eight months. and the next day, in the parkwith my kid. and i find this e-mail addressin my pocket of another family from nashville who obviouslytold me it was sold out so managed to get them tickets tonashville. >> what happens when i'm drunk. one more glass of wine. >> james: just like--like-- guys,-- take me back to

the start. never mind ♪ ♪ i'll find someonelike you ♪ ♪ i wish nothing but the best for you ♪ ♪ don'tforget me ♪ ♪ i beg you ♪ ♪ i remember you said ♪ ♪ sometimesit lasts in love ♪ ♪ and sometimes it hurts instead ♪ ♪nothing compares ♪ ♪ no worries or cares ♪ ♪ regrets andmistakes ♪ ♪ they're memories made ♪ ♪ who would have known ♪♪ how bittersweet this was ♪ ♪ (cheers and applause)♪ never mind ♪ ♪ i'll find someone like you ♪ ♪ i wishnothing but the best ♪ ♪ for you

♪ ♪ don't forget me ♪ ♪ i beg ♪♪ i remember you said ♪ ♪ sometimes it lasts in love ♪ ♪and sometimes it hurts instead ♪ >> james: what do you listento in the car. >> i just put the radio on. i mean-- . >> james: but you used to be ahuge-- fan. >> but the other day, it was atape. >> james: no, you weregenuine. >> a huge moment in my life whenthey came out.

girl power, five ordinary girlswho just, like, did so well and just got out o, i want to getout. i just want to get out, and itwas a really important period of my life. >> james: didn't you used tohave-- party. >> on my own. with five girls but i used todo-- . >> james: who were you. >> i was always geri.

>> james: really? >> i love that and then sheleft. >> james: she left the band. >> it was the first time i wastruly heart brocken. >> james: when she left. >> yeah. >> james: is that what someonelike you is about? (laughter)♪ really, really want ♪ ♪ tell me what you want ♪ ♪ what youreally, really, really want want

so tell me what you want ♪ ♪what you really, really want ♪ i want a want a want ♪ ♪ a if youwant pie future ♪ ♪ forget my past ♪ ♪ if you want to get withme ♪ ♪ better make it fast ♪ ♪ now don't go wasting ♪ ♪ myprecious time ♪ ♪ get your act together ♪ ♪ we can be just fine♪ ♪ here is a story from a to z ♪ ♪ how to get to me listencarefully ♪ ♪ i'm in a place, you got to-- ♪ ♪ come for free ♪♪ tell me what you want ♪ ♪ [bleep](laughter) if you want to be my lover ♪ ♪>> james: you are from a

different place now, a happierplace. >> james: does it worry youyou won't be able to write the hits. >> i was worried about that, forsure. and i-- part of, you know, iwant-- i want my fans to come on like a journey with me. and it is one of the reasons inamed my album after my age as well. it's sort of polaroids, almost,of my life at that time.

>> james: i mean where do youthink will you stop. >> this is the last album aftermy age. >> i believe in trippity. >> james: i want it to belike 77 [bleep] >> james: leave me alone. >> oh my god. i will still do that. >> james: just me and my cat. >> bag lady, aren't i.

♪ be like you do ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ tell mewho do i do ♪ ♪ give me within i know ♪ ♪ there is-- all i ask ♪♪ this is my life ♪ ♪ now ♪ ♪ with you ♪ ♪ hold me like-- giveme a memory ♪ ♪. >> really good ♪ ♪ take me bythe hand ♪ ♪ oh we do ♪ ♪ it matters yeah ♪ ♪ but if inever-- ♪ ♪ >> james: you properly hangout with like-- you know, you hang with beyonce. >> i wouldn't say hang out. >> james: but you are friends.

>> we are very friendly when wesee each other. >> james: but have you everthought about getting your own squad like taylor swift has asquad. >> i have a squad, laura daniel. >> james: my hunch is if youput together a squad which was like you, beyonce, jenniferlawrence, she would bring amy schumer, and then like emmastone, taylor swift's squad would [bleep] themselves. >> but they're amazonian, i'malso tall.

>> james: you got-- i heard arumor, that you, this may be surprising some fans, are quitethe rapper. you can spit some rhyme. >> i'm not that talented on meown. >> james: but you can spitsome lyrics. you've got some rhymes in yourlocker. ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ wily wonka snroat ♪you can be the king ♪ ♪ but the quen conquers ♪ ♪ first thingsfirst, i eat ♪ ♪ and that's what i [bleep] to do ♪ ♪ from theland the monster do ♪ ♪ the

monster is you ♪ ♪ your moneyand the monster crew ♪ ♪ i'm alla all au up in the bang withthe funny face ♪ ♪ really, i don't give [bleep] ♪ ♪ forgetbarbie ♪ ♪ i will say ♪ ♪ to be child play ♪ ♪ kill anothercareer ♪ ♪ it's a mild day ♪ ♪ giving whiplash ♪ ♪ this is whatyou live for ♪ ♪ [bleep] >> james: so now your grammy,your oscar, all you need is an emmy and a tony. >> the tony is pretty unlikely. what am i going to be doing.

>> james: writing a hugemusical. >> i haven't got time for that. >> james: not right now but atsome point. >> what if i want kids-- . >> james: shut the front door. the sooner you realize that youare adele-- how do you do that. >> i say my life, it's me,adele. >> james: booking restaurants,do you have to go and they go and under what name and you goadele.

the adele. >> no,-- . >> james: and are they likesorry, no tables. and you go -- but when i say i'madele. >> then i have to get someoneelse to callk i can't drop me own name. >> james: that's my point. i call out the phrase, droppingthe a bomb, that is what i call it.

that is what i quite like. >> you have to do the j bombsometimes, don't you. >> james: not such a big deal,oddly. james. the james. no, not that one. no-- yeah, no. >> not that one either. >> james: it doesn't workquite as well for me as it does

for you. we could have had it all ♪ ♪rolling in the deep ♪ ♪ you had my heart and soul ♪ ♪ in yourhands ♪ ♪ never had met me ♪ ♪ and you played it ♪ ♪ to thebeat ♪ ♪ >> james: i've been thinkingabout it, and i think, and listen, you can say no to thisor just have a think about it. >> right. >> james: i think you needlike a-- you will be outnmed, because it is an emotionalnight.

a lot of people. i'm just saying, during the upnumbers, what about-- a front man. then i come up. >> oh ♪ you play it to the beat♪ ♪ and everybody go ♪ ♪ what, what, what ♪ ♪(cheers and applause). >> james: get your hands up ♪♪ oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ ♪ i was shooting for ♪ ♪ to the eo, e ♪♪ get your hands up, everybody ♪ ♪ what, what, what ♪ ♪ everybodyput your fist in the air now ♪ ♪

you could have had it all ♪ ♪you could have had it all ♪ ♪ ♪ come on, front to the left ♪ ♪keep your hands inside the car ♪ ♪ we could have had it all ♪ ♪we're rolling in the deep ♪ ♪ >> james: thank you so muchfor driving around with me. >> oh, thank you. >> james: it genuinely is apleasure. >> oh, good. i absolutely loved it.

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>> stephen: you know wherethat chalkboardwould not be blurred? on my live election nightspecial on showtime, 11:00 p.m. on the east coast, 8:00 p.m. inthe west. on this show "time" special --i will not be drawing penises,but there will be penises. ( laughter )folks, there are a lot of signsthe economy is improving, but there are still a lot of peopleout there struggling to findwork. did you know unemployment iscurrently 100% among america'sbilly bushes? ( laughter )and a friend of the show isabout to lose his job, so last week i helped him transition tohis second career.

jim? >> stephen: mr. president. good to see you again, sir. >> stephetephen. >> stephen: always the best. how did you get in here? >> stephen: oh, just-- you know,i'm always-- interested intalking to the leader of the free world. look, i am so thrilled to joinyou here at carnegie mellonuniversity.

and just like all the studentsout there taking part in thewhite house frontiers conference, you too will soon belooking for a new job. isn't that interesting? >> that is true. >> stephen: and i am honoredthat you asked me here to help. >> stephen, i didn't ask youhere to help. i still don't know how you gotin here. >> stephen: it's okay to benervous. all right?

why don't you have a seat? >> i'm already sitting. >> stephen: good. see it's starting off very wellalready. and i think maybe we shouldstart with a practice interviewand i've got just the man who could help you. excuse me one second. >> stephen? >> stephen: yes sir, just amoment.

>> hello. >> i'm randy. i'm the officer manager. >> hello, randy. >> stephen: all right. this is going to go very well. >> are you-->> stephen: okay. >> --intending to-- help mesharpen my skills-- when i go infor an interview? is that-- your intention here?

>> stephen: it's what i do for aliving. >> okay. >> stephen: we're here to findout what you're gonna do for aliving, okay? >> all right. let's try it out. >> stephen: 55. tough time to start over for aman. okay. i have a copy of your resumehere.

why don't you hand it to me asif you were applying for a job. go ahead and do it. that's good. you're a natural. ok. hello, mr. o'balmer. am i pronouncing that correctly? >> close enough. >> stephen: okay. let's see,papapapapa i don't see anypromotions for the last eight years.

that's not always good. can you explain that? >> honestly, there wasn't a lotof room for advancement in mylast job. the only one with a morepowerful position was my wife. >> stephen: oh okay. ah, good. uh-huh. is it a twofer? can we get both of you, by anychance?

>> doubtful. >> stephen: okay. so tell me why you're leaving. you say you're not beingterminated, but it sounds likeyou can't stay. is that true? >> well, i'm leaving becauseit's required by the 22ndamendment of the united states constitution. little tip. when you say staying in your jobwould be unconstitutional, whatemployers hear is that you stole

office supplies. okay? so i'd gloss over the rest ofthat, ok? >> ok. >> stephen: and doesn't sayhere. where were you born? ( laughter )>> really? >> stephen: is this the longestform of this resume available? >> why don't we move on?

>> stephen: okay, good. describe, if you can, the typeof office you would like to workin? >> well, i was hoping for a nicecorner office. or at least an office that hascorners in it. >> stephen: can you tell meabout some of youraccomplishments? and keep in mind it's importantto describe them in such a waythat it highlights how your experience might be relevant toa potential employer. >> okay, well-- i brokeredinternational deals that slowedthe impact of climate change and prevented iran from acquiring anuclear weapon.

>> stephen: okay, let's changethat to "proficient in microsoftexcel." anything else? >> well, i reopened relationswith cuba for the first time in50 years. >> stephen: i'd call that one"conversational spanish." si? it says here-- let me see if igot this right. it says here you saved theamerican auto industry. >> yeah, but nobody believes it. change that to "drives stick."

>> stephen: oh, that's good. in case you want to be a longhaul trucker. it also says here you-- youhelped tens of millions ofamericans with their healthcare. >> you bet. >> stephen: okay, let's testthat out. it hurts when i do this? >> don't do that. good. do you have any awards orcommendations?

>> well, i have almost 30honorary degrees and i-- i didget the nobel peace prize. >> stephen: oh really? what was that for? >> to be honest, i still don'tknow. >> stephen: okay, good. all right. and have you ever had to fireanyone? >> no i usually let seal teamsix handle that. >> stephen: okay, outsourcing.

okay good. now, social media, very hot. do you have any experience withthat? like twitter? >> well, i have 77 millionfollowers. does that count? >> stephen: that's veryimpressive. how'd you get so many? >> executive order.

>> stephen: really? >> and photos of cats. >> stephen: oh, smart. now, these days every businesswants to appeal to themillennials. you know what millennials are. >> i think so. how do you plan to get theirattention? >> well, i tell them straight upthat this is the most importantelection of their lifetimes. that they have the opportunityto make history.

and that the results in novembercould change their lives foreverso they have to get out there and vote. ( cheers and applause )>> stephen: i'm sorry. i didn't catch all of that. did you know there's a snapchatfilter that gives you a flowercrown? >> of course i know that,stephen. let's be honest with ourselves,okay? what would you say your biggestweakness is? >> well, sometimes-- when italk--i take--

too many pauses. in three words or less what's acommon criticism you have forothers in the workplace? >> i cannot stand it when peoplereduce complex ideas to somesimplistic catch phrase. >> stephen: we can't accept thatanswer. >> yes, we can. let's see. almost done. do you have a busy schedule? am i keeping you from something?

>> you are. is there anyone we can talk tofor a character reference? >> i know several turkeys thatowe me a favor. >> stephen: all right. good toknow. and how do you like to spendyour time? do you have any hobbies? >> you know what i really lovedoing? is encouraging the youth ofamerica to get out and vote thisnovember so that the good work that we've done over the pasteight years can continue on intothe future.

>> stephen: so no whittling oranything like that? >> no-->> stephen: okay. and-- now sir, because we are ona network television show, icannot allow you to endorse a candidate right now. but i do-- i would like to askyou about your choice of snacks. could i do that? >> sure. >> stephen: all right great. i have two choices for you here.

would you care for an extrafiber nutrient bar, which hastraveled to more than one hundred countries, or thisshriveled tangerine covered ingolden retriever hair, filled with bile that i wouldn't leavealone with the woman i love? >> well, i think i'll go withthe fiber nutrient bar. >> stephen: interesting. so, ultimately, what do you wantto be? >> done with this interview? >> stephen: okay, great. before we wrap up any questionsfor me?

>> i'm still wondering how didyou get in here? >> stephen: that's an excellentquestion. inquisitive. we like that. fantastic. well, that all checks out,mr. president. we'd like to offer you theposition. but first we have to have themandatory company physical. if you'll just-- relax and puton that gown over there we willget going.

>> i think we're done here. >> stephen: i have warm hands. ( cheers and applause )thank you! thank you mr. president! >> stephen: we'll be right backwith bill o'reilly.

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when i code it's actually like the one time that i like to write. the writing of the code is like the last thing you do. and for me what i really love is that whole process of problem solving right before. it's that going from, "oh i have an idea of what's going on here" to like, "oh i finally figured it out and i solved this." it's almost like act of creation. it's like you're creating stuff out of nowhere. it's pretty awesome. my name's jessica egoyibo mong and i'm a software engineer here at survey monkey. survey monkey is an online platform for people to send out surveys

and collect data to make better decisions. i work on the billing engineering team. we are in charge of the checkout pages and the pricing pages, and just making sure that our users have a great experience paying us money. so, i grew up in nigeria and we had a computer growing up. and at one point it got broken. so my uncle said he had a friendwho was a computer engineer that would fix it. but his friend never got sparetime, so i thought if i become a computer engineer then i wouldn't have a computer that would be broken. so every time anybody asks me what would you be in the future,

i'd be like i'm gonna be a computer engineer. in high school in nigeria i told the guidance counselor that i wanted to study computer engineering. so they put in electrical engineering courses. so that got me with hands on experience dealing with hardware. i got a full scholarship toattend claflin university in south carolina. i got into the computer engineering program with the department of computer science and engineering. and that's when i took my first software engineering class. it was basic algorithm design. and i remember when i took it, it kind of made sense. it was like, "oh yes, so the computer is a hardware and the stuff that runs on it is the software.

and so that really got me interested in software and just like exploring. i discovered through like applications to tech companies that i actually wanted to work for, that i didn't have much applicable experience in applying things i learned in the classroom. i knew computer science theory but i hadno skills in applying it. like i didn't know how to build web applications. so i took a step to a step to go to hackbright academy. hackbright is a programming fellowship for women to help them brush up on skills to be at least a junior web developer. that was a very big challenge because i couldn't afford to go to hackbright academy. so i came to the bay area with no place to stay with about $1,100 in my pocket. and $1,000 was for the deposit to start hackbright academy.

and by god's grace i was able to start class on monday. so my advice for people who would liketo be engineers is, if you love it stick with it. and then the second thing is building a network. i don't know where i would have been without having mentors who supported me throughout the times, the rough patches that i had. it's really great because they offer a good wealth of knowledge.

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>> stephen: you know wherethat chalkboardwould not be blurred? on my live election nightspecial on showtime, 11:00 p.m. on the east coast, 8:00 p.m. inthe west. on this show "time" special --i will not be drawing penises,but there will be penises. ( laughter )folks, there are a lot of signsthe economy is improving, but there are still a lot of peopleout there struggling to findwork. did you know unemployment iscurrently 100% among america'sbilly bushes? ( laughter )and a friend of the show isabout to lose his job, so last week i helped him transition tohis second career.

jim? >> stephen: mr. president. good to see you again, sir. >> stephetephen. >> stephen: always the best. how did you get in here? >> stephen: oh, just-- you know,i'm always-- interested intalking to the leader of the free world. look, i am so thrilled to joinyou here at carnegie mellonuniversity.

and just like all the studentsout there taking part in thewhite house frontiers conference, you too will soon belooking for a new job. isn't that interesting? >> that is true. >> stephen: and i am honoredthat you asked me here to help. >> stephen, i didn't ask youhere to help. i still don't know how you gotin here. >> stephen: it's okay to benervous. all right?

why don't you have a seat? >> i'm already sitting. >> stephen: good. see it's starting off very wellalready. and i think maybe we shouldstart with a practice interviewand i've got just the man who could help you. excuse me one second. >> stephen? >> stephen: yes sir, just amoment.

>> hello. >> i'm randy. i'm the officer manager. >> hello, randy. >> stephen: all right. this is going to go very well. >> are you-->> stephen: okay. >> --intending to-- help mesharpen my skills-- when i go infor an interview? is that-- your intention here?

>> stephen: it's what i do for aliving. >> okay. >> stephen: we're here to findout what you're gonna do for aliving, okay? >> all right. let's try it out. >> stephen: 55. tough time to start over for aman. okay. i have a copy of your resumehere.

why don't you hand it to me asif you were applying for a job. go ahead and do it. that's good. you're a natural. ok. hello, mr. o'balmer. am i pronouncing that correctly? >> close enough. >> stephen: okay. let's see,papapapapa i don't see anypromotions for the last eight years.

that's not always good. can you explain that? >> honestly, there wasn't a lotof room for advancement in mylast job. the only one with a morepowerful position was my wife. >> stephen: oh okay. ah, good. uh-huh. is it a twofer? can we get both of you, by anychance?

>> doubtful. >> stephen: okay. so tell me why you're leaving. you say you're not beingterminated, but it sounds likeyou can't stay. is that true? >> well, i'm leaving becauseit's required by the 22ndamendment of the united states constitution. little tip. when you say staying in your jobwould be unconstitutional, whatemployers hear is that you stole

office supplies. okay? so i'd gloss over the rest ofthat, ok? >> ok. >> stephen: and doesn't sayhere. where were you born? ( laughter )>> really? >> stephen: is this the longestform of this resume available? >> why don't we move on?

>> stephen: okay, good. describe, if you can, the typeof office you would like to workin? >> well, i was hoping for a nicecorner office. or at least an office that hascorners in it. >> stephen: can you tell meabout some of youraccomplishments? and keep in mind it's importantto describe them in such a waythat it highlights how your experience might be relevant toa potential employer. >> okay, well-- i brokeredinternational deals that slowedthe impact of climate change and prevented iran from acquiring anuclear weapon.

>> stephen: okay, let's changethat to "proficient in microsoftexcel." anything else? >> well, i reopened relationswith cuba for the first time in50 years. >> stephen: i'd call that one"conversational spanish." si? it says here-- let me see if igot this right. it says here you saved theamerican auto industry. >> yeah, but nobody believes it. change that to "drives stick."

>> stephen: oh, that's good. in case you want to be a longhaul trucker. it also says here you-- youhelped tens of millions ofamericans with their healthcare. >> you bet. >> stephen: okay, let's testthat out. it hurts when i do this? >> don't do that. good. do you have any awards orcommendations?

>> well, i have almost 30honorary degrees and i-- i didget the nobel peace prize. >> stephen: oh really? what was that for? >> to be honest, i still don'tknow. >> stephen: okay, good. all right. and have you ever had to fireanyone? >> no i usually let seal teamsix handle that. >> stephen: okay, outsourcing.

okay good. now, social media, very hot. do you have any experience withthat? like twitter? >> well, i have 77 millionfollowers. does that count? >> stephen: that's veryimpressive. how'd you get so many? >> executive order.

>> stephen: really? >> and photos of cats. >> stephen: oh, smart. now, these days every businesswants to appeal to themillennials. you know what millennials are. >> i think so. how do you plan to get theirattention? >> well, i tell them straight upthat this is the most importantelection of their lifetimes. that they have the opportunityto make history.

and that the results in novembercould change their lives foreverso they have to get out there and vote. ( cheers and applause )>> stephen: i'm sorry. i didn't catch all of that. did you know there's a snapchatfilter that gives you a flowercrown? >> of course i know that,stephen. let's be honest with ourselves,okay? what would you say your biggestweakness is? >> well, sometimes-- when italk--i take--

too many pauses. in three words or less what's acommon criticism you have forothers in the workplace? >> i cannot stand it when peoplereduce complex ideas to somesimplistic catch phrase. >> stephen: we can't accept thatanswer. >> yes, we can. let's see. almost done. do you have a busy schedule? am i keeping you from something?

>> you are. is there anyone we can talk tofor a character reference? >> i know several turkeys thatowe me a favor. >> stephen: all right. good toknow. and how do you like to spendyour time? do you have any hobbies? >> you know what i really lovedoing? is encouraging the youth ofamerica to get out and vote thisnovember so that the good work that we've done over the pasteight years can continue on intothe future.

>> stephen: so no whittling oranything like that? >> no-->> stephen: okay. and-- now sir, because we are ona network television show, icannot allow you to endorse a candidate right now. but i do-- i would like to askyou about your choice of snacks. could i do that? >> sure. >> stephen: all right great. i have two choices for you here.

would you care for an extrafiber nutrient bar, which hastraveled to more than one hundred countries, or thisshriveled tangerine covered ingolden retriever hair, filled with bile that i wouldn't leavealone with the woman i love? >> well, i think i'll go withthe fiber nutrient bar. >> stephen: interesting. so, ultimately, what do you wantto be? >> done with this interview? >> stephen: okay, great. before we wrap up any questionsfor me?

>> i'm still wondering how didyou get in here? >> stephen: that's an excellentquestion. inquisitive. we like that. fantastic. well, that all checks out,mr. president. we'd like to offer you theposition. but first we have to have themandatory company physical. if you'll just-- relax and puton that gown over there we willget going.

>> i think we're done here. >> stephen: i have warm hands. ( cheers and applause )thank you! thank you mr. president! >> stephen: we'll be right backwith bill o'reilly.

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i'm so stoked for our presentation to the executive this afternoon. it's been a massive challenge but definitely looking forward to it. hey guys i'm just heading downstairs for my paleo, pear and banana bread, would you like to join me? no thanks, that's a little bit fancy for me - i'm actually off to an aboriginal and torres strait islander staff network meeting. okay then, see you.

so how are you finding the program? it's pretty great, to be honest. i been here less than a year and i never thought that i'd be working on a project supporting the modernisation program across government. awesome. i'm working on the project is property and construction. hey are you going to the young leaders network dinner tonight?

yeah, wouldn't miss it - the last one was great. hey caire. hi david. i had a look at your report yesterday, great stuff. thanks. we're all really looking forward to the grad presentation this arvo. thanks david, no pressure or anything. hey rina, i got this for you. ah, thanks david. hey this year's grads are real game changers, i've heard some fantastic reports about their work.

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there was heaps of good stuff on e-learning, which really helped me. hey buddy. sorry, i gotta do that every time. it's because we're in the buddy program. have you have a run-through of all the other grads? yeah, we had one yesterday at lunchtime. tom couldn't make it so we just skyped him in. but it all seems to be coming together now. great, can't wait to hear all about it.

good luck buddy. see ya. hi guys. hi teena. so you're finalising your presentation? yep, nearly there. looking forward to it. me too. hey dane, you mentor jenna don't you? i do, yes. i think her capabilities would be a really good match with budget serge team, can you suss her out and see if she's interested? sure, i'm actually seeing her this afternoon

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i'm so stoked for our presentation to the executive this afternoon. it's been a massive challenge but definitely looking forward to it. hey guys i'm just heading downstairs for my paleo, pear and banana bread, would you like to join me? no thanks, that's a little bit fancy for me - i'm actually off to an aboriginal and torres strait islander staff network meeting. okay then, see you.

so how are you finding the program? it's pretty great, to be honest. i been here less than a year and i never thought that i'd be working on a project supporting the modernisation program across government. awesome. i'm working on the project is property and construction. hey are you going to the young leaders network dinner tonight?

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they've certainly hit the ground running. well, actually, i have to say sprinting. i've got two graduates working on projects in my devision and they've just had such a great impact on the team. terrific. it's really great that we can talk to executives like that. yeah, totally. hi eddie. hi guys. i feel really good about my part of the presentation with the executive this afternoon.

there was heaps of good stuff on e-learning, which really helped me. hey buddy. sorry, i gotta do that every time. it's because we're in the buddy program. have you have a run-through of all the other grads? yeah, we had one yesterday at lunchtime. tom couldn't make it so we just skyped him in. but it all seems to be coming together now. great, can't wait to hear all about it.

good luck buddy. see ya. hi guys. hi teena. so you're finalising your presentation? yep, nearly there. looking forward to it. me too. hey dane, you mentor jenna don't you? i do, yes. i think her capabilities would be a really good match with budget serge team, can you suss her out and see if she's interested? sure, i'm actually seeing her this afternoon

so i'll definitely run it past her. right, thanks. see ya. hey jenna, i just had a quick chat to tina and she asked me if you would be interested in joining the budget serge team. what do you think? oh yeah, that would be brilliant. good afternoon everyone, it's great to see you all this afternoon. we've had lots of positive about your work across the different projects. from my first look

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i'm so stoked for our presentation to the executive this afternoon. it's been a massive challenge but definitely looking forward to it. hey guys i'm just heading downstairs for my paleo, pear and banana bread, would you like to join me? no thanks, that's a little bit fancy for me - i'm actually off to an aboriginal and torres strait islander staff network meeting. okay then, see you.

so how are you finding the program? it's pretty great, to be honest. i been here less than a year and i never thought that i'd be working on a project supporting the modernisation program across government. awesome. i'm working on the project is property and construction. hey are you going to the young leaders network dinner tonight?

yeah, wouldn't miss it - the last one was great. hey caire. hi david. i had a look at your report yesterday, great stuff. thanks. we're all really looking forward to the grad presentation this arvo. thanks david, no pressure or anything. hey rina, i got this for you. ah, thanks david. hey this year's grads are real game changers, i've heard some fantastic reports about their work.

they've certainly hit the ground running. well, actually, i have to say sprinting. i've got two graduates working on projects in my devision and they've just had such a great impact on the team. terrific. it's really great that we can talk to executives like that. yeah, totally. hi eddie. hi guys. i feel really good about my part of the presentation with the executive this afternoon.

there was heaps of good stuff on e-learning, which really helped me. hey buddy. sorry, i gotta do that every time. it's because we're in the buddy program. have you have a run-through of all the other grads? yeah, we had one yesterday at lunchtime. tom couldn't make it so we just skyped him in. but it all seems to be coming together now. great, can't wait to hear all about it.

good luck buddy. see ya. hi guys. hi teena. so you're finalising your presentation? yep, nearly there. looking forward to it. me too. hey dane, you mentor jenna don't you? i do, yes. i think her capabilities would be a really good match with budget serge team, can you suss her out and see if she's interested? sure, i'm actually seeing her this afternoon

so i'll definitely run it past her. right, thanks. see ya. hey jenna, i just had a quick chat to tina and she asked me if you would be interested in joining the budget serge team. what do you think? oh yeah, that would be brilliant. good afternoon everyone, it's great to see you all this afternoon. we've had lots of positive about your work across the different projects. from my first look

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calling los lunas home. it means jobs but as news 13's soyoung kim reports residents are worried about just how much water they're going to use. niagara bottling is calling new mexico home.

ralph l. mims, village of los lunas, 19:06 - 08 "this is exciting for largest vacant building in town. ralph l. mims, 13: 38 - 41 "they are taking over 166,000 sq. ft of the merrilat building." the

village says this means new jobs for its residents. the company is looking to hire about 40 people. derieth l. sutton, niagara bottling, 27:15-18 "we are hiring for production roles."

ralph l. mims, 14:27 - 31 "the pay rate starts at $23/hour, which is excellent for new mexico." but some residents say they're concerned about how much water the company will be using. according to

the u-s-g-s the average person uses about 90 gallons of water... 1:48 - nats toilet flushing .... per day. multiply that by the population of the village ralph, 16:24 "los lunas

has 16,000 people." residents of los lunas roughly use 1.4 million gallons a day. the company's average plant uses derieth l. sutton, 34:10 - 15 "i would say on average from

250,000-300,000 gallons of water per day." so in comparison that would be a fifth of los lunas's daily water consumption. ralph, 17:11 - 14 "it's city water." niagara also says they have one

of the most efficient technologies in the industry. derieth, 33:21 -25 "on average, any where from 80 to 90 percent of what we draw goes into a bottle." and very little product is 100 percent

recyclable." both the village and niagara say they hope this is the start of a successful partnership. ralph, 18:25 - 29 "hopefully they will take over the full building and create more

jobs." soyoung kim. krqe news 13. niagara bottling is a california-based company. and has 25 other manufacturing plants around the country.

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