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Sino-Canadian International College, Guangxi University, Online English Lesson Plans, Lesson Material and Ideas
for Semester 2 Reading Lessons...
Reading: Distinguishing Fact
To distinguish fact from opinion when reading.
Read the following article and make a list of all of the facts and a list of
all of the opinions.
One in 10 people have found a new job via the internet despite concerns over
a lack of human response and technical problems, according to a report.
More than 1.3 million
people have been recruited over the web in the past five years and that
figure is set to increase, research shows.
A poll of 1,600 people
by recruitment firm reed.co.uk showed that most people praised the speed,
ease of use and availability of the Internet in searching for work.
Concerns included lack
of personal feedback, not enough relevant jobs, and technical problems.
"Our research shows
that almost everyone thinks internet recruitment is going to get more
important in the future, as technological improvements make it an even
faster and easier route to the right job," said Dan Ferrandino,
director of reed.co.uk.
Story filed: 07:13
Tuesday 20th January 2004