Using Social Networks For Jobs And Governance Could social networks be the answer in a painfully tight job market? Plus, President-elect Barack Obama might be the most tech-savvy White House resident ever, but will he make good on his broad tech proposals? Farai Chideya sorts out the bytes from the bits with NPR's technology contributor, Mario Armstrong.
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Using Social Networks For Jobs And Governance

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Using Social Networks For Jobs And Governance

Using Social Networks For Jobs And Governance

Using Social Networks For Jobs And Governance

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Could social networks be the answer in a painfully tight job market?

Plus, President-elect Barack Obama might be the most tech-savvy White House resident ever, but will he make good on his broad tech proposals?

Farai Chideya sorts out the bytes from the bits with NPR's technology contributor, Mario Armstrong.