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sohag hasan
Jul 14, 2022
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Recently, it is the peak period for new people in the society to find internships and jobs. Whether it is local or foreign companies, they hope to cultivate the power of future enterprises to continue and innovate from these young talents full of potential. However, it is reasonable to say that it is a moment full of hope for the future and eager to try, but more confusion appears on the face of job seekers. Whether it is doubts about the suitability of your skills to the industry, job vacancies, your competition with other job seekers, or more fundamentally not knowing what you are good at, or what are the highlights that are worthy of the company's favor? Some common basic questions may be "I don't have much experience, how do I write a resume?" , "I feel confused about the future and don't know what jobs can be done?" The problem is not just for new people, but for everyone who rolls around in the workplace may ask themselves questions from time to time, no matter what stage of their career they are in. In fact, most of these "career navigation" related problems come from "unclear evaluation of one's own advantages", "the certainty of wanting to bet right", and "not understanding the rules of supply Shadow Making and demand in the workplace". How to say this? Imagine a situation. If you are driving on the road today, you should first open the navigation or Google Maps to try to calculate the route and understand the real-time road conditions. Alternate paths move on. However, if the same situation is applied to job hunting or career re-navigation, many people often feel stuck and unable to move forward. Why? More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels
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sohag hasan
Jul 14, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
As the international epidemic continues to rise, Taiwan has entered a "post-epidemic era" and is gradually returning to its normal pace of life. And business opportunities such as "online shopping" or "contactless services" that consumers were accustomed to before the epidemic also ushered in a new peak during the epidemic and became a part of life. The trend of online e-commerce is not limited to consumer products; in fact, financial and insurance products can also be purchased on online platforms. For example, the rise of "insurance e-commerce" is a good example. The era of online shopping for insurance has arrived, and 38% of consumers have used insurance e-commerce In the past, the insurance industry, which fully relied on human services, has also developed insurance e-commerce for consumers to choose with the support of technology. Especially during the epidemic prevention period, which strives to reduce contact with people, it is a good time for insurance e-commerce to realize its potential. In a recent survey by an inter-city market research consultant, it was found that nearly 75% of consumers have inquired about insurance products on the Internet, and more than 30% of consumers have purchased insurance through insurance e-commerce, among which 40-50% The old generation is the main buying force. In fact, there are three main advantages of insurance e-commerce: 1. Save labor costs 2. Preferential prices with competitive advantages 3. Simple and fast insurance process Since there is no Shadow Making need to rely on the salesman to explain and sell, the labor cost is reduced, and the price is more favorable. Through unlimited online insurance application, operators can observe first-hand consumer data, and use technology to optimize services, making the insurance application process simpler and faster. Compared with the diversity and complexity of life insurance products, property and casualty insurance products are relatively suitable for e-commerce development. At present, many consumers are willing to buy property insurance online, not only through insurance salesmen (70.3%), but also through e-commerce (34.8%), which is undoubtedly a new development direction for the insurance industry. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels
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sohag hasan
Jul 14, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
Taiwanese media is full of fake information. According to the V-Dem (Varieties of Democracy) report by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden in 2021, Taiwan has been the champion of “disinformation” for nine consecutive years and is the country most frequently attacked by disinformation in the world. From 2023 onwards, the Taiwan government will invest 11.7 billion yuan, with the goal of enabling primary and secondary schools across the country to comprehensively promote the digital advancement program, so as to achieve "internet for every class and tablet for every student". The purpose of this policy is to strengthen students' ability to apply digital technology , but if children use it improperly, it will have the opposite effect. TW_tablet-scaled Photo Credit: Ministry of Education The Ministry of Education's "Promoting Digital Learning Improvement Plan for Primary and Secondary Schools", expecting to achieve the goal of "Internet for classes and tablets for students. " While pursuing the popularization of the Internet and the digitalization of teaching, we also have to think about how to teach children to distinguish trustworthy news and news when the huge amount of false information on the Internet is sweeping the sky and covering the sky. The younger you are, the more likely you are to be a prime target for disinformation Scientific American, an American popular science magazine, reported that children are the main target of disinformation purveyors. According to a 2019 study by the British Journal of Developmental Psychology, children often start believing unsubstantiated conspiracy theories from the age of 14, and many contemporary Shadow Making teens have difficulty judging the meaning of online information. credibility. Researchers at Stanford University also found in a 2016 study that more than 80 percent of middle school students would mistake "ads marked with sponsored content" for "news stories." Fake messages are often delivered to young internet users, leading them to misleading content. A Wall Street Journal investigation in 2018 also found that YouTube's algorithms offer personalized recommendations for different users, but they tend to recommend more extreme content than what users originally watched. , far-fetched video. For example, when researchers searched for "lunar eclipse", they were directed to a video that suggested "the earth is flat." More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels
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