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Ariel University
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#1Alon Sela (Ariel University)
#2Orit Cohen-Milo (HUJI: Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
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In this article, a new operation mode of social bots is presented. It includes a creation of social bots in dense, highly-connected, sub structures in the network, named Spreading Groups. Spreading Groups are groups of bots and human-managed accounts that operate in social networks. They are often used to bias the natural opinion spread and to promote and over represent an agenda. These bots accounts are mixed with regular users, while repeatedly echoing their agenda, disguised as real humans wh...
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#1Alon Sela (Ariel University)
An analysis of a unique data set of over 970,000 Curriculum Vitas (CVs), revealed a mild inverse relation between job satisfaction and the average employment period. We found that while higher compensation packages often lead to higher job satisfaction, this does not translate into longer employment period. Moreover, our findings indicate an opposite and surprising pattern, in which as salary and satisfaction levels increase, employment period per job decreases. This counter-intuitive effect was...
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