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PlanetJosh

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Wonder if any unemployed here are social security check age or over (62). And how many of those can get by if they retired if not already. Not that any of those are living off SS checks but the extra $800-$2000 or so per month helps.
 

shortylickens

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HEY FUCKERS!

Astra Zeneca is going to expand from 3 to 9 drugs over the next year.
New jobs will be popping up all over the world by the hundreds.
SOME OF THEM EVEN PAY!!

 

ModerateRepZero

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wow, I was expecting more updates here. I agree, time for a new thread.

For those who are US citizens, the federal government is hiring (https://www.usajobs.gov/).

As an example, Social Security administration has a number of claims specialist, customer service rep positions, etc. open all over the US: https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k="social security administration"&p=1.

You can further filter results by say, positions open to the public, or for recent college grads when you search usajobs.


*edit* found a linkedin post listing a number of companies that are still hiring
 
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Hi There,

We are looking for a network guru to help setup multiple servers for ultra low latency audio streaming in order to collaborate with artists in different locations in realtime or as close to realtime as possible.

Ideally we would setup two servers, one in the US and one in the UK to minimise roundtrip latency but we are open to suggestions here.

Some of the things we need help with are port forwarding, server setup and a general understanding of networking and working with low latency audio across servers.

We have looked at AWS servers running a windows machine and it seemed like the right fit. We are also open to suggestions on whether things like Gcloud are better or if there is anything else out there.

Low latency audio streaming is the most key thing here. This is so that us and the client can collaborate in almost real time.

We have looked at Jamulus but are still looking at other options of jam software but the theory stays the same of having our own high speed private server so that we can get the lowest latency possible.

If this is something that you think you could help with and have expert knowledge then please contact me via DM. This would be paid work.

Thanks so much



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