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Q: who hires top brains? ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: who hires top brains?
Category: Reference, Education and News > Job and Careers
Asked by: unknot-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 19 Dec 2005 00:48 PST
Expires: 18 Jan 2006 00:48 PST
Question ID: 607349
I have good brains, I like to think and I get creative ideas. What
companies will pay me money and provide environment to think about 
(1) new technological frameworks 
(2) internet projects like googles/ebays/amazons
(3) interaction of biology/society/net/life/money
(4) in short, changing the world

I want to generate new ideas in the milieu of persons with similar
vision for the future. What are your suggestions?

If you need this, my CV is that of scientist, with lots of 1st places,
fellowships and even some business. If that helps, I'm an
international gradstudent in the US.

Clarification of Question by unknot-ga on 19 Dec 2005 09:21 PST
Hm, the question remains locked for 12 hours. Just for any case, I
remind that use can make clarification requests.

Request for Question Clarification by easterangel-ga on 19 Dec 2005 16:53 PST
Hi unknot-ga!

I found a few non-profit organizations or foundations that do such a
thing. They do not say they are hiring now but maybe if you send them
their resume, who knows, they may have a need for people like you.

Would a list of these types of organizations be ok with you?


Clarification of Question by unknot-ga on 19 Dec 2005 19:33 PST
My current understanding is that for-profit corporations sometimes are
also  interested in hiring people to create new ideas. Your findings
don't necessary have to support this point of view, provided you show
that they are accurate enough.

For example, my random guess is tht R&D could be one of the keywords for search. 

As for "hiring", short-term is OK.

Actually I'm looking for something like a general picture, like for
algorithmic stuff people may say: here's Google, here's Microsoft,
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