Thomas Edward and Lauren Chapman Named as Curators for the Academic Ledger

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 02, 2012

The staff of the Academic Ledger, an innovative content curation website, would like to announce two new additions. Writers Thomas Edward and Lauren Chapman have been brought on as the Ledgers newest editorial curators, who provide the invaluable service of selecting the sites content and editorial direction.

Thomas Edward graduated from New York University with a Masters degree in American literature and has been published in literary journals as well as creative writing magazines. Lauren Chapman has an educational background in the sciences, with a Masters of Science in cellular biology. She is currently applying for PhD programs.

The Academic Ledger features hand selected articles from some of the best academic writers working today. Their content is delivered from premium sources like scholastic journals, news, and blogs. The Ledgers team of editors works to collect the most readable and informative content to build the site around great stories from a variety of topics. The Academic Ledgers curators select captivating stories from fields such as economics, culture, technology, business, science, and more. Content is educational, entertaining, and always hand selected.

The site also functions as a platform for writers, enabling them to connect directly with their audience and be published among the best current authors in journalism. It is the job of curators like Edward and Chapman to search for original authors who are doing great work in their research fields and highlight their contributions on the Academic Ledger.

About the Academic Ledger

The Academic Ledger is an information and news aggregator site created to collect and share the best current writing on science, economics, business, and more. The sites curators deliver articles from across the web that expand the horizons of academic discourse and provide engrossing reading for both casual readers and serious academics. Visit the Academic Ledger at

###’s 10 Stealth Job Search Tips for the New Year

Marlborough, MA (PRWEB) January 1, 2012

Employers have legitimate concerns about the conservation of important corporate information and the time that employees spend more time lost in preparing its next service, as do their job.

With more than 66% of employers monitor employee Internet use (according to a study by the American Management Association), must be taken very carefully job loss, while looking for job.


Top 10 Stealth Job Search

one? Dont open your job search. This is a great way to get fired.

His name

a stealth job search for a very good reason. It must be very discreet. Do not share research plans for employment and advancement with colleagues or employees. Loose Lips Sink careers.

2? Find a job at home. Not at work -. Not even during their personal time

employees have no guarantee of privacy -. even during their “personal time at work, during breaks or lunch, many employers to monitor the use of e-mail, surfing habits, voice mail, and even the use of services such as personal Gmail accounts.

3? Use a personal or other non-business e-mail to get the job.

using the name of a current employer, address and phone numbers as contact is a great way to get a job seekers flying on stealth and it is impossible to stay in contact when the jobseeker is leaving or losing their jobs.

4? Follow the employer’s use of social media and Internet use policies.

Employer’s policy

should define what is acceptable and what is not. If the employer must pay attention to smart people. It is certainly not come from the fact that the lack of policy, an employer does not care or do not pay attention.

5? Keep a low profile electronic job search.

not publish job search on Twitter, a blog, Facebook, LinkedIn or Elist. Not on each job card or send to any network of contacts – widely CV can be so easily end in the wrong hands.

6? Carefully lift the personal perspective, online and offline.

In the Search for the boss

and profiles of LinkedIn employees about a company to see if they are ‘safe’ to use. Slowly create a LinkedIn profile 100% complete and + Google profile. Join local professional and trade associations, and an active member.


? Dress current employer’s name on the resume.

A job search can

“unmasked” when someone at work (boss, employees), an employee discovered on Monster or Workopolis, etc. So, cover your back, the name of the current employer (eg, IBM transformed into multi-national Information Technology Company, etc.) continued on the posting.

eighth? Let Google and shall forward the possibilities of personal email account.

Make a list of potential employers, and released using Google Alerts and alerts Indeed, new opportunities for personal email account.

9? Use the confidential setting if you are a CV on a job site.

When using

sites, be sure to find the resume as a “private” or “designated as confidential. See Job-Hunt Cyber-Safe Resume Tips section for converting your resume to one that your privacy and to protect your work.

10? Add a personal / non-business e-mail to the LinkedIn profile.


multiple e-mail is linked to a profile, and work and personal e-mail address will be protected against loss of the profile when the work is lost.


learn more about job search online safe and effective for use, by Dick Bolles recommended, what color is your parachute?

More stealth job search, visit work.

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