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::::::If that's the case, why did you revert in the first place? {{User:DeFender1031/sig}} 10:29, 9 September 2007 (UTC)
::::::If that's the case, why did you revert in the first place? {{User:DeFender1031/sig}} 10:29, 9 September 2007 (UTC)
:::::::I removed it simply because the reason slippy gave was not true the way he said it [http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php?title=HRWiki:Why_create_an_account%3F&diff=496730&oldid=477601]. I should have taken a bit more time and realized that the section was indeed somewhat out of place.{{User:Loafing/sig}} 11:32, 9 September 2007 (UTC)
:::::::I removed it simply because the reason slippy gave was not true the way he said it [http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php?title=HRWiki:Why_create_an_account%3F&diff=496730&oldid=477601]. I should have taken a bit more time and realized that the section was indeed somewhat out of place.{{User:Loafing/sig}} 11:32, 9 September 2007 (UTC)
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== Best Freelance site for Telecom Engineers ==
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The freelance Field Engineer platform allows businesses to connect with Telecom & IT Field Engineers from around the world and cooperate on various projects. The web-based application lets engineers advertise their skills, promote their credentials and search for freelance gigs, but unlike other services, it also allows them to submit bids, negotiate employment terms and receive payment. Companies in search of talent can fund accounts to manage their field engineering staff budgets, oversee job progress in real time and perfect the way they evaluate and hire background-cleared bidders.
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The Emerging Startup Special Mention placed Fieldengineer.com in good company with multinational technology giants, such as Huawei and PCCW Global. The awards drew highly regarded international visitors and speakers who represented their companies and shared novel ideas that are sure to shape the way telecom technology practices evolve for years to come. FieldEngineer.com CEO and founder, Malik Zakaria, was also in attendance, and he delivered a well-received presentation that shed light on how enterprises could continue overcoming the hurdles associated with providing services in a world of rapid internet expansion and B2B workforce growth.
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The new white paper from the analyst team at Light Reading has drawn a comparison between [https://www.fieldengineer.com/ Field Engineer’s approaching Network Maintaining], and the burgeoning shared or gig economy. The team has highlighted the way that some of the most shared economy platforms serve to be a bridge between the supply and demand side of a particular marketplace. These app-based platforms successfully match people looking for a service with multiple potential suppliers of that service. The apps do more than provide the names – they are full of the required relevant detail as well as posted by previous buyers of the service.In fact, the most rewarding of these shared economy apps remove any need for a ‘buyer beware’ style warning. The app makes it obvious what the service will be, how much it cost, who will deliver it, their qualifications to provide it and their track record of having done so successfully.

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