When I say “new hire interviews,” you think of one thing: picking the right person for the job. But as...
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It’s kind of amazing how unconsciously we function sometimes. We have our paths and our patterns. Sometimes we deviate, but...
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We all hear the reports of 9% American unemployment. It’s a disheartening and continuing statistic and one that speaks to...
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Most people have pretty limited understanding of statistics and research analytics, and they’d probably say they are thankful for that...
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We all know that old saying, “Save the best for last.”  Perhaps for the majority of us, we say it...
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Businesses need people…that’s a given. And the more advanced, higher level positions demand an educated and skilled workforce. If a...
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What is the margin of error? We hear it all the time, especially during the political season when commentators talk...
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Imagine you are handed every letter to the editor to the New York Times from 1984 through 2011, and you...
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We’ve all been there…sitting on the edge of our seat after dinner on election day, especially during Presidential elections. We...
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“Most Likely to…” Americans love the inside track…we want to know what’s going to happen before it happens, which is...
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It’s 1847, Vienna, at the Vienna General Hospital’s First Obstetrical Clinic. A doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis comes up with the...
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The Republican Primaries begin next month in January.  This post continues our discussion of how to accurately gauge the political...
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Recently, I posted on the benefits and pitfalls of using social media as tool for research.  While it is certainly...
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