n softball at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. The 2004 U.S. Olympic softball team and Fernandez, a three-time gold medalist, have been inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) (2004 AP)
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couple of years, to which it has been in Single digits each year."
From the Pew data - and I'm reading from the spreadsheet I posted earlier, "Used Internet Yesterday"
60% - 55% - 52% - 50% - 56% - 59% - 56% - 51% - 61% - 60% - 59% - 57% - 53% - 58% - 57% - 57% - 56% - 59% - 55% - 52% - 54% - 55% - 53% - 58% - 57% - 60% - 65% - 63% - 66% - 66% - 64% - 65% - 69% - 68% - 72% - 70% - 72% - 72% - 72%
If we had looked at earlier periods, we also see stagnation - quite a few years when it was single digit growth - but as more data was collected, we saw the trends. Your statement makes no sense when looking at the data.
"it is also interesting to Compare the pew research over the past couple of years, and determine the usage of the demographics, which to me was more interesting based upon Subjective and objective information, rather than the computation of data.. unfortunately that will never take precedence or disclose the solid info as to What people are Doing and WHY they are doing it on the internet.. which as a recruiter I care about.. Which then brings one to this article which I brought to the attention earlier.. but noone addressed but again, helps define the Point I was trying to bring about re the Pew Article."
Let me ask you a question Internet user...We know that you're looking at job boards but why are you doing this?
Karen, if you look here at Page 5, you'll see what people report doing on the Internet.
As far as the article you cited, for some reason you neglected to add more from the article:
This year's Internet subscription figures are actually better than last year's, according to Parks' Director of Research John Barrett. "This time around, 29 percent said they don't have it and they're not interested," he told TechNewsWorld. "The previous year, that was about 34 percent."
So Internet subscriptions are actually getting better and your point was a line that was used out of context. In fact, considering the upward spiral of mobile phones - let's go to the Pew for this one - would indicate that in the near future many more will be connected to the Internet via their mobile phone.
Saints be praised! The Internet is everywhere! Source, source, source to your hearts content! If you can't source, complain!
Baruch atta Ado-noy Eh-lo-hay-nu Me-lech ha-oh-lam, Boray pur-ree ha-Sumser!…
lified ones - would hear back from a recruiter each time they send a resume or apply for a job. Since this is clearly not the case, the article got me thinking about when this lack of communication becomes unacceptable.…