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Innovations with video

by johnkansti   July 08, 2009 at 7:31PM  |  Views: 27

I am a recent Graduate from UCLA with a MBA in Marketing. The innovation of video in our social has changed and grew a culture around what our lives are going to be. As more and more camera are given the ability to shoot in HD and Video it has given the average user a chance to able to create video. Same with how cell phone camera changed how we collect and send news. I was wondering why can we do the same for resume and Interviews on Video
 it's only the next step in our revolution in how things are being made and going to go right? Take a look at this blog talking about how video resumes is going to change the way we will apply for jobs in the future.

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