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Expecting to be HIP (IV) - HIPsters Unite!   

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posted by Lexing Xie


This post is the fourth of a series on modeling social media popularity using the Hawkes Intensity Process. “Expecting to be HIP (I)” provides a technical intro on deriving the HIP model from Hawkes point process; “Expecting to be HIP (II)” gives an overview of results and interpretations on a large YouTube video dataset; “Expecting to be HIP (III)” further quantifies the effects and interpretations of promotion.

Occasionally it’s good not be too serious, so we decided to do just that.

Our imagination started when we finally named the model for describing popularity:

Hawkes Intensity ProcessHIPhippo (mascot)hipsters (people).

After choosing a mascot, the natural next step is to get t-shirts printed. In the photos above:

  • Left: Marian-Andrei and Lexing grinning at the WWW 2017 conference in Perth.
  • Middle-left: HIPsters group shot, at Data61
  • Middle-right: Marian-Andrei and Alban, on the gist of being HIP
  • Right: Scott getting the hang of the HIP uniform, at ICWSM 2017 conference in Montréal.

HIPster roll

We’d like to take this opportunity and thank all the colleagues who helped us in various stages of this ongoing effort to become HIP.

  • Siqi Wu for continuing to maintain and improve the data infrastructure that powered this large-scale study of online popularity.
  • Quyu Kong for building and polishing the HIP demo on the web.
  • Alban Grastien and Christian Walder for insightful discussions that led to the ICWSM paper.
  • Richard Nock for critical discussions on various paper drafts.
  • Young Lee for his expertise in point processes.
  • Alex Mathews, Minjeong Shin and Dongwoo Kim for valuable suggestions on the conference presentations.

In addition, we thank Aditya Menon for the idea of hippo t-shirts, and artist John Hart at Megalo Studio for printing the group of happy hippos. Last but not least, we thank ANU Research School of Computer Science for generously supporting our HIPster attire.

Papers, data, demos

Here are three papers and pointers related to Hawkes process for describing and predicting popularity.

Marian-Andrei Rizoiu, Lexing Xie, Scott Sanner, Manuel Cebrian, Honglin Yu and Pascal Van Hentenryck. Expecting to be HIP: Hawkes Intensity Processes for Social Media Popularity, in Proceedings International Conference on World Wide Web (WWW ‘17), Perth, Australia, 2017.

Download:        Paper PDF + SI     Talk slides
Data: ACTIVE Dataset and source code     Interactive visualization system


Marian-Andrei Rizoiu and Lexing Xie. Online Popularity under Promotion: Viral Potential, Forecasting, and the Economics of Time, in Proceedings of the 11th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM’17), p. 10, Montréal, Canada, 2017.

Download:        Paper PDF + SI     Talk slides
Data & code: Github repository


Swapnil Mishra, Marian-Andrei Rizoiu and Lexing Xie. Feature Driven and Point Process Approaches for Popularity Prediction, in Proceedings of the 25th ACM International Conference on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM ‘16), Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Download:        Paper PDF + SI     Presentation
Data: NEWS Dataset

          

Conference Talks in October and November 2016   

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posted by Minjeong Shin and Lexing Xie

Our work received some pulicity in the “fall” conference season internationally and in Australia.

CIKM 2016 in Indianapolis

The 25th ACM International Conference on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM ‘16) took place in Indianapolis 25-29 October. Swapnil and Lexing attended the conference, and presented three of our papers.

Left: Swapnil talks confidently about bridging two camps in the problem and method space in popularity prediction, with Feature Driven and Point Process Approaches.
Right: Swapnil and Lexing standing in front of two posters. The one on the left is on Learning Points and Routes to Recommend Trajectories, where we propose novel approaches to learn the objective fucntion for traveling salesman problems. The one on the right is on Probabilistic Knowledge Graph Construction, where we model the compositional structure and incremental learning of a knowlege tensor in a probabilistic framework. We are representing co-authors Dawei, Dongwoo and Cheng, who could not make to this conference.

Data to Decision Annual Conference

Data to Decisions CRC Annual Conference was held at Hotel Realm in Canberra on the 15th of November. Minjeong, Lexing, Alex and Dongwoo presented a collection of our recent work in a session themed “Extracting Intelligence from Multimedia” to a diverse audience.


From left to right:

  • Alex presents his thesis work on “Stylized Captions for Images, Names and Sentences” (link1, link2).
  • Dongwoo gives his talk on Probabilistic Knowledge Graph Construction, and elaborated on the compositional and incremental approaches he recently proposed for completing knowledge tensors.
  • Minjeong and Lexing gave a presentation on the overview of our Picturing Knowledge Project and a brief demo.

About the Picturing Knowledge Project

This project is part of the Apostle program hosted by the Data-to-Decisions CRC.

Knowledge graphs have become powerful sources for web search, but an equivalent source about things and their relations in pictures and videos does not exist yet. This project develops core techniques to learn image-centric knowledge graphs by connecting large collections of image/video and their descriptions to existing knowledge bases with encyclopedic, lexical, and commonsense knowledge. One compelling application for multimedia knowledge graphs is in the understanding of ongoing news and social events. We will design methods that construct high-quality knowledge graphs that are specifically relevant and adapted to each event, and propose new methods to automatically generate multimedia event summary documents.

Join us! We have open positions https://God.blue/forward.php?url=http://www.d2dcrc.com.au/position/picturing-knowledge/.


          

Feature Driven and Point Process Approaches for Popularity Prediction   

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posted by Swapnil Mishra


Predicting popularity as number of retweets a tweet will get is an important and difficult task. It’s unclear which approaches, settings and features works best. Our current CIKM ‘16 paper bridges this gap by comparing across feature driven and point process approaches under both regression and classification settings.

The problem

Predicting popularity on social media has gathered a lot of attention, as it helps both content users and producers to cope with information overload. A lot has been done in this space from predicting whether a cascade will double it’s size, whether an item will have 10 million views or total number of views/retweets a particular post will gather. People have gone from trying a variety of features learned from a full network data (hard to get barring some) to using stochastic processes to model the event time data. But it’s still unclear which features generalizes over different settings, whether two different class of approaches be compared on same dataset. Also a lot of this work is done on proprietary data so it becomes hard to replicate or generalize over a new setup.

Our Solution

In our work, we address these challenges in context of predicting final size of a retweet cascades as follows:

  • We build a generative model with Hawkes Process, which has a predictive layer on top, using model parameters as features, to make final size prediction. The properties modeled into the generative model are: inherent quality of the tweet, social influence of users and the length of “social memory”.
  • We develop a state of the art feature driven approach, where features can be computed on data containing solely the message content and basic user profiles. Hence these features can be computed very easily on any social dataset.
  • We further combine both models to create a new hybrid model, which shows superior results.
  • We use all three models to do both regression (actual number of retweets) and classification (whether a cascade will double it’s current size) task.
  • Finally we release a public dataset that can be used for benchmarking both feature driven and generative models.

We conclude from our observations that hence further popularity prediction studies should compare the results across both class (predictive and generative) of methods in both regression and classification tasks.

Sample results

Absolute Relative Error(ARE) is evaluated as the ratio of difference between predicted size and real size to the real size of a cascade. For regression task lower the ARE better is the performance.


Distribution of ARE on the News dataset, split in time for July, for Seismic, Feature-Driven(FD), Hawkes and Hybrid, after observing 10 minutes (left) and 1 hour (right). The (red line) and the numeric annotations denote median value. Feature-Driven, Hawkes and Hybrid reduce median ARE by atleast 200%.

The results for classification task is presented in table below. Accuracy (standard deviation) when predicting whether a cascade will double its size or not after reaching 25 tweets and 50 tweets. The generative-based classifier HawkesC(classification version of Hawkes models) improves substantially over the baseline of random guess, however Feature-Driven has the best prediction accuracy.

Approach 25 tweets 50 tweets
Random Guess 0.52 0.53
HawkesC 0.66(0.013)   0.70(0.009)
Feature-Driven   0.79(0.009) 0.81(0.011)
Hybrid 0.79(0.008) 0.82(0.013)

Resources

Swapnil Mishra, Marian-Andrei Rizoiu and Lexing Xie. Feature Driven and Point Process Approaches for Popularity Prediction, in Proceedings of the 25th ACM International Conference on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM ‘16), Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Download:        Paper PDF + SI     Presentation
Data: NEWS Dataset
Bibtex:
@inproceedings{Mishra2016,
    title = {{Feature Driven and Point Process Approaches for Popularity Prediction}},
    author = {Mishra, Swapnil and Rizoiu, Marian-Andrei and Xie, Lexing},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 25th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management},
    series = {CIKM '16},
    address = {Indianapolis, IN, USA},
    doi = {10.1145/2983323.2983812},
    year = {2016}
    isbn = {978-1-4503-4073-1},
    pages = {1069--1078},
    numpages = {10},
    publisher = {ACM},
    address = {New York, NY, USA},
    keywords = {cascade prediction, information diffusion, self-exciting point process, social media}
}




          

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From the archive: Britain breaks the 24-hour record   

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Brooklands in 1907
An artist's impression of Edge racing at night
Back in 1907, Selwyn Francis Edge christened Brooklands by averaging 65mph for 24 hours in a Napier

One great pioneer of British motor racing is one who sadly is not too well known any more: Selwyn Francis Edge.

Born near Sydney, Australia in 1868, he and his parents moved to London when he was three years old. He became a keen cyclist and was talented enough that, aged just 23, he joined the England team for the inaugural Paris-Bordeaux race. He came third. 

His fame naturally found him employment within the burgeoning bicycle industry. While working for Dunlop, he was one of the earlier adopters of the new motor car, buying a De Dion-Bouton in 1896.

Edge's passion for cycling had also led him to become friends with Montague Napier, of the Napier engineering company.

Edge had been bitten by the automotive bug, so he asked his friend to fit his ex-racing Panhard with a Napier engine and to replace its tiller with a new-style steering wheel, bringing the Napier name into the car world.

In 1900, now an established importer and seller of French cars, he realised from seeing the genesis of motorsport across the channel the marketing value of racing.

So he entered the Thousand Miles Trial – from Newbury to Edinburgh and back – with a Napier car, winning in his class and being one of just 12 drivers (from 64) to be classified.

What could be better publicity, though, than a world cup for cars? That was essentially the idea of the Gordon Bennett Cup, which was run by an American newspaper magnate.

After a cancelled entry in 1901 due to worries over the mandatory tyres, Edge duly won the 1902 race, as his two British and three French rivals retired, with his 40hp special completing the 351-mile rally in just over 11 hours. 

The old maxim goes 'win on Sunday sell on Monday' and indeed it's reported that Napier sales in France and British exports across the channel both tripled. After this, Edge became sales manager for the firm.

His greatest achievement, however, came in the summer of 1907, when he christened Britain's first dedicated racing track by breaking the 24-hour endurance record, which had been set at 1094 miles by a National car at Indianapolis in the US, doing 1582 miles.

Set up at Brooklands, reported Autocar, were "a small tent for the drivers, a couple of small cranes on wheels, stacks of Dunlop tyres mounted on detachable wire wheels and enough Shell petrol in tins to fill a small lake". 

This was in addition to not just Edge's 60hp six-cylinder Napier but also a pair of near-identical two-seaters that were to follow him (each with two drivers doing three-hour shifts) and no fewer than seven spare cars.

Edge had also been wise to construct a small adjustable glass screen to protect himself from the elements.

An average of 60mph was the target, and "as the cars went under the bridge, one could appreciate in a moment that their speed was higher than that of most express trains."

"The first two hours were practically without incident," we continued. Edge pulled over for water after two hours but then didn't need to do so again for another eight.

"As the dusk failed and night came on, the appearance of the track was most remarkeble. Round the top edge were placed Wells lights [a type of paraffin-fuelled blowlamp] with a screen behind each, so that the drivers never drove against the light.

"Along the centre of the track was a line of storm lamps, these being placed on the lane at which the track is measured, the drivers running outside them to ensure the full distance being covered.

"On the smaller of the two curves, the track is higher than the ground at the inside, so to prevent the possibility of an accident this portion was lined out with fairy lamps."

So sufficient was this arrangement that, to our disappointment, the cars' headlights didn't need to be used. 

"The effect of the sustained speed on the tyres began to be apparent after 350 miles. It should be understood that no tyres were changed on the cars. Whenever a tyre gave out, the detachable wire wheel was taken off and a duplicate wheel with tyre inflated was put on in its place."

Twenty-four wheels were changed (each took about half a minute if no petrol or oil was also required). This use of detachable wire wheels, rather than the usual wooden items, not only saved Edge some 7min per pitstop but also prevented possible total failure when, as happened a few times, the tyre was shorn from the rim.

We continued: "Taken altogether, the whole event was a remarkable one. It broke entirely new ground. The organisation was excellent; the running of the cars extraordinary; and the endurance of Edge equally marvellous.

"As to the cars, beyond replenishment with water, petrol and oil, they ran through without any mechanical derangement, with the exception of the red car, which broke a rear spring. On one of the pacing cars, too, it's stated a cylinder was cracked owing to the water level having been allowed to get too low.

"When Edge passed the 1440th mile at 21hr 45min, there was much cheering, and the greatest enthusiasm was exhibited when he dismounted at the close of the 24 hours.

"At the finish, all the drivers received an ovation, and Edge had some difficulty in extricating himself from his admirers and friends; everyone wanted to congratulate him and shake him by the hand."

The record went on to stand for 18 years, with Edge himself failing to beat it in 1908.

The Londoner was a guarded character, but a "soft place in his heart for his ancient friends of cycling days long past" enabled us an interview at his offices a few days later.

Autocar: "It doesn't seem to have been such an impossible taking after all, then, Mr Edge."

Edge: "No, oh no."

"Didn't you find it frightfully slow, or at least monotonous?"

"Not a bit. Quite the reverse, I assure you. I was astonished at the way the miles piled up. When Mr Ebblewhite came out to clock the total of the thousand miles I was quite surprised!"

"But didn't you feel fagged at any part of that flying trip?"

"No, never once, and as a matter of fact, I was only a little stiff and bruised when I finished. I took no solid food whatever, but kept myself going upon cocoa, beef tea, bananas and grapes."

"Did you feel that the concave super-elevation of the banks made the car self-steering round the curves?"

"Oh no, I had to steer round the curves; the car required holding on to its course.

"Did you feel inclined to sleep during the drive?"

"Oh no, not at all, but I turned in at 9pm on Saturday after a light meal and slept like a top."

As for Brooklands itself, Edge noted that "a car that proves itself a great car on that track will assuredly show itself a great car on the road, but a car that at present we think is all that is desirable on the road will not show to much advantage over that stretch of cement". 

He added that "to race cars at 120mph at Brooklands", as had been popularly suggested, "is asking for accidents of a most frightful charcter", saying that cars limited to 80mph "would be safe and every bit as thrilling, entralling, exciting and instructive".

Napier dominated the first two years of racing at Brooklands under Edge's guidance, before he withdrew from racing entirely in 1908 following a quarrel with the French over his use of detachable wire wheels. Four years later, he fell out with his old friend Montague over company policy and sold his sales firm for £120,000 (the equivalent of £13 million today!) on the proviso he stayed away from the car industry for seven years.

He went off to become a pig farmer in Sussex and, after a failed stint owning AC in the 1920s, retired altogether. He died in 1940, aged 71.

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Jarvis piloted his Mazda to second at Sebring in January
Oliver Jarvis has found success in sports cars and Formula E this year - but has been left frustrated

Our world may be on hold, but imagine the release of energy when real life can start again. It’s a warm thought to cling to, even if we have no clue when that time might come.

In terms of motorsport (insignificant, I know, but always a welcome distraction from real life, even in the best of times), you have to wonder how likely it now is that international racing will be scratched from the rest of 2020. Once lockdown ends, exactly when will overseas travel be allowed? Weeks? Or months? The immediate future has never been foggier.

A world turned upside down

Oliver Jarvis is among the minority of drivers to have actually raced this year, along with those competing in Formula E. The sports car specialist saw action at the Daytona 24 Hours in January, where he took pole position in his Joest-run Mazda prototype and finished second in the race, and then travelled directly to the Bathurst 12 Hours to race for Bentley’s GT3 squad.

A dual campaign in the US with Mazda and in Europe with Bentley promised an exciting season – but since then, as for us all, his year has been turned upside down. Not only by the coronavirus; Mazda has also ended its association with Joest, one of the best sports car racing teams in the world. The Multimatic team, which formerly ran the Ford GT programme, will now take full control of a campaign for which it was already providing the engineering.

“The sad part is the Joest guys would have got to say goodbye at the Sebring 12 Hours, but that was cancelled,” says Jarvis, who, like everyone else, is longing to return to some form of normality.

But let’s set aside the frustrations of today. Jarvis, like many others in sports car racing, is looking further down the line to the arrival of the new LMH hypercar class at Le Mans, plus the accord with US organiser IMSA that will allow its next-generation LMDh racers to compete at the 24 Hours also. This new era – whenever it begins – could open a new chapter in the Englishman’s career and even give him another crack at winning Le Mans.

A three-time podium finisher with Audi’s hugely successful Joest-run LMP1 team, he was left high and dry when the car maker withdrew from the World Endurance Championship and Le Mans in 2016. He won the LMP2 class at the 24 Hours and finished a remarkable second in 2017 (ironically his best result at the race), but he could have been forgiven for thinking his career had then peaked.

Reasons to be cheerful

“I wouldn’t say I thought that was it, but there were certainly concerns, because there weren’t many opportunities,” says Jarvis. “Audi had pulled out and Porsche and Toyota were full. Then Porsche pulled out too.

“It has been great to see Toyota continue, but without this [LMDh-LMH] announcement, to be frank, to go back and fight for the overall win was very unlikely.

“However, it works with Balance of Performance, which is almost a dirty word: an LMDh car should be able to race against a Toyota hypercar. It will entice so many manufacturers both from Europe and America.”

BoP – artificially equalising performance between cars of different concepts – is indeed an uncomfortable subject, but Jarvis understandably believes it’s the best solution for modern sports car racing.

“BoP is a necessary evil nowadays,” he says. “If it allows more manufacturers to enter, I’m all for it. But how they manage it is much more important than allowing it. I don’t envy who will have that job.”

At 36, Jarvis has already enjoyed a long professional career, first in single-seaters and latterly in sports cars. But he could have another 10 years in him before retirement is beckoning – plenty of time to achieve that overall Le Mans win.

“I’m very aware of my age, but I don’t feel my age,” says Jarvis. “I feel like I’m driving better than ever, and with age comes experience. I’m so fortunate to still be doing what I love.

“Those were tough times back in 2016 when Audi pulled out. To be four years down the line with works drives and competing for outright victories both in IMSA and the GT World Challenge in Europe is an incredible position to be in.”

Talk about an example of how life goes on after a crushing blow. “I wouldn’t say it’s a reinvention, because I’m still doing what I did at Audi, but it’s easy to drop off the map,” says Jarvis. “Now I don’t see why I can’t be doing this for many more years.”

Vets out of practice

Among the rash of sim races that have exploded online in recent weeks, the one that really caught my eye was a ‘veterans race’, starring some familiar names that you wouldn’t exactly associate with computer games.

Two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi (73), was among the old-timers who logged on for the Legends Trophy, part of The Race’s All-Star Battle. And the other novelty? It was a virtual one-make race for one of the most evocative Formula 1 cars in history: Gordon Murray’s 1975 Brabham BT44B.

Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti (46) claimed the win after front-row starters Juan Pablo Montoya (44) and Emanuele Pirro (58) made contact at the first corner.

Works Aston Martin GTE driver Darren Turner, still very much active in real racing at 45 and the owner of a sim-racing business, chased Franchitti hard. But the Scot’s purple Brabham (not quite as classy as the original Martini livery) just had the legs to win.

Fittipaldi was the last of the 13 finishers, also among them David Brabham (54), Jan Magnussen (46) and Gil de Ferran (52). Looks like this gaming craze has given the old boys a new lease of life.

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Job DescriptionA Real Estate Agent is an integral part of a real estate transaction. They represent their clients by getting to know their preferences, representing them during negotiations, and helping them every step of the way in completing a real estate sale. The real estate market is an exciting industry that is always changing, and we are searching for creative, dynamic real estate agents who are eager to apply their creativity to the buying and selling of homes. The ideal candidate for the Real Estate Agent position is a fast learner who wants to develop creative ideas to help clients buy or sell their home. Ideally, you have experience in sales, marketing or customer service and thrive in fast-paced environments. There is a great deal of independence in real estate, so if you are self-motivated and enjoy a flexible work schedule, this Real Estate Agent position could be a great fit for you. Real Estate Agents are compensated whenever they make a transaction. Whenever you close a sale, you earn a competitive portion of the revenue. The more transactions you make, the more income you earn. It is common for Real Estate Agents to earn more than $100,000 each year, although it can take a couple of years to hit that mark as you establish a portfolio of clients.Job ResponsibilitiesAs a Real Estate Agent, you will... Advise clients on how to price their home and get it ready for sale Keep informed on the local real estate market and keep track of comparable home sales within your clients' communities Organize home tours and open houses Market your real estate agent services to the local community Advocate for clients during sales negotiations and when creating home transaction contracts Craft creative marketing strategies to help clients sell their home Follow up with clients after their transaction Network and pursue referrals and nurture a roster of clients As an employer, we will... Coach you through the licensing process for becoming a real estate agent Provide you with training and support for best practices within our local real estate market so you can thrive in the real estate market Offer you a flexible schedule so you can have a healthy work/life balance Give you a competitive commission rate to offer you financial security Regulatory Notice: To work as a real estate agent, you must have (or be willing to obtain) a real estate license in the state where you will be working. Like getting a driver's license, state-authorized training/testing is required to obtain a license. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public. About Carpenter RealtorsWith 34 offices throughout central Indiana, Carpenter Realtors helps Indiana families buy and sell homes quickly and hassle-free. Since 1970, we have been helping Indianapolis clients with all of their real estate needs. Our real estate buying and selling services are designed to make buying or selling an Indianapolis-area home easier, quicker, and more rewarding. Working Here At Carpenter Realtors, we treat our agents like partners. Our offerings cover training, management support, competitive compensation, the latest tech offerings, international relocation services, exclusive multi-media advertising for your listings and personal promotion, flexible lead management offerings and complete market coverage. We sell more Indianapolis and central Indiana homes because we provide our associates with more technology, more marketing support and greater competitive advantages. Our Equal Opportunity Promise We are committed to fair hiring practices and operate as an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, or nation of origin. We pride ourselves as being exceptional leaders and members of our community and we're committed to treating all our potential employees with the same level of care and respect.IndustryReal Estate ()
          

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Indianapolis North, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our clinicians answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help people. In
          

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Indianapolis North, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our clinicians answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help people. In
          

Registered Nurse | Kindred Healthcare   

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Indianapolis North, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our Registered Nurses answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help peop
          

Registered Nurse | Kindred Healthcare   

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Indianapolis, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our Registered Nurses answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help peop
          

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IN-Indianapolis, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance has protected fellow Hoosiers for more than 80 years. With a home office in downtown Indianapolis and local offices in all 92 counties, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance serves Hoosiers with nearly 450 agents and 1,200 employees, who live and work throughout the state. Our company is a leader in auto and homeowner's insurance and is the largest writer of farm insurance in
          

Healthcare: Permanent Neurology Physician in Lafayette, Indiana - Lafayette, Indiana   

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Neurology physician employment in Indiana : Outpatient Employed Neurology position in Lafayette IN Enterprise Medical Recruiting is assisting a healthcare system in Indiana to recruit a new Neurologist to join a well established practice The incoming Neurologist should be a team player and have a strong desire to build a clinical based practice. They are seeking a general Neurologist to practice in an outpatient only practice, no inpatient call. The practice has onsite EMG and EEG and integrated EMR, along with an excellent primary care referral base. Seeking board certified Neurologists or new graduates OUTPATIENT ONLY - NO INPATIENT CALL Excellent compensation package Large network of primary care and specialist physicians Home to Purdue University Lafayette is a city in and the county seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, United States, located 63 miles northwest of Indianapolis and 105 miles southeast of Chicago. DO-1904-80459 Contact: Neal Fenster Email: neurologyenterprisemed.com Phone: 1-800-467-3737 Web: www.enterprisemed.com ()
          

Registered Nurse - Nights | Kindred Healthcare   

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Registered Nurse -DAYS- | Kindred Healthcare   

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Indianapolis South IRF, Indiana, Community Rehabilitation Hospital South is a new 44-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital on the south side of Indianapolis, a patient focused, specialized rehabilitation hospital dedicated to the tr
          

Professions: Students & Recent CDL-A Truck Driver Grads - Troy, Michigan   

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Journeymen Linemen - Central Indiana   

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IN-Indianapolis, Overview GAYLOR ELECTRIC OUR VISION The HIGHEST PERFORMING national CONTRACTOR OF EXCELLENCE, providing unequaled project delivery, company wide best in class financial performance, with INSPIRED EMPLOYEES being our most valuable asset; building trust resulting in continuing CLIENT LOYALTY. OUR VALUES Integrity > Customer Service > Safety > Sales Growth > Teamwork > Return on Investment > Performa
          

Certified Nursing Assistant - Full-Time | Kindred Healthcare   

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Indianapolis, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our clinicians answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help people. In
          

Registered Nurse - Nights | Kindred Healthcare   

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Indianapolis South IRF, Indiana, Kindred Rehabilitation Services is the largest diversified provider of rehabilitation therapy in the country. Through RehabCare and Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services , we provide lead
          

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Indianapolis, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our Registered Nurses answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help peop
          

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Indianapolis North, Indiana, What makes Kindred Healthcare a great place to work? Our people, of course! Our Registered Nurses answer this special calling because they have a fundamental, internal drive to directly help peop
          

Recipes you can make using canned tuna from dietitian, chef, and author   

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WISH CW Indianapolis CW Indianapolis - It's a feeling perhaps more common now than ever before, a pantry full of food but nothing looks good. Well, its author and chef Michelle do next to the rescue here is her recipes for Spaghetti with Tuna, Spinach, and Garlic and Soy-Sesame Canned Tuna Salad.
          

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Dental Amalgams : 5 Best Dentists in Indianapolis???? - Kev's Best   

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5 Best Dentists in Indianapolis????  Kev's Best
          

Registered Nurse - Nights | Kindred Healthcare   

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Indianapolis South IRF, Indiana, Kindred Rehabilitation Services is the largest diversified provider of rehabilitation therapy in the country. Through RehabCare and Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services , we provide lead
          

5 Home Improvements You Can Do in Indianapolis Without Leaving Your Home   

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In the market for home improvements you can do in Indianapolis without leaving your home? Here are five easy ideas to spruce up your living space.
          

8 Creative Uses for Sliding Barn Doors in Indianapolis Homes   

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Sliding barn doors in Indianapolis homes look great in the bathroom, living room, closets, and more. Check out our favorite spots for barn doors.
          

Indianapolis Interior Fashion: Focus on the Windows   

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If youre redesigning or remodeling your Indianapolis home, windows and window treatments should be one of your priorities. Sunburst will show you why.
          

Finding Window Treatments in Indianapolis for a Contemporary Room   

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Jane Cunningham, principal designer at Room Resolutions, explains how to pick window treatments for contemporary rooms in Indianapolis.
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