field of interest

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With his new résumé Jake now has a chance to be seen as a competitive candidate in his field of interest and he is going to rea[euro]'launch his search, with never-before-felt enthusiasm and confidence that he has put on hold for 5+ years.
The polysemy problem is solved by using the second graph in which terms are connected to other terms not in the desired field of interest (i.
These guidelines include researching a field of interest to applying for an internship.
Then, the students were asked to brainstorm about what they knew regarding alternative careers within their field of interest or to consider if they actually knew anyone in their career of interest who could shed light on their concerns.
Almost all of the big companies in our field of interest are involved in some kind of licensing program that finds their name and logo being used on non-traditional products supplied by other makers.
The Ventura County Regional Occupational Program provides a direct link between completing high school and finding work in a trade or field of interest, said Peggy Velarde, the program's director.
A donor also can set up a fund for a specific purpose or area of concern and direct the field of interest to which the income from the gift will be applied.
The donor can also elect to establish an endowment in a community foundation, choose the name of the endowment and direct the foundation to apply proceeds from the endowment to a particular charity or field of interest.
The site includes application guidelines, an alumni section, and a database of scholarships fully searchable by a variety of categories, including state, college, and field of interest.
I encourage people to get a job in their field of interest," says Fallek.
There are two purposes for magnet programs: First, to provide students who live within the boundaries of the LAUSD, with voluntary integrated education; and, second, to give students the opportunity to experience a more in-depth course of study in their field of interest.