" After all, you know that if you want to meet people the best thing to do is go out and ... But many people find that too hard, either because they are busy, or because they are shy, or because they simply don't know how to find interesting people outside of their workplace.
The same challenges, and choices, exist for people who are trying to find a new job.
Instead of spending the night out on a date, you are home, surfing the Web, and wondering how on Earth you will ever be able to find that perfect someone to share your life with.
Active learning techniques tend to emphasize simulations, research projects, and the use of popular media to the relative neglect of problem-based approaches.
This paper introduces a new problem-based exercise specifically for teaching international relations (IR) theories that builds on existing problem-based approaches by incorporating analogies and an exemplar-based approach to concept learning.
She's gonna give the go ahead, the inning isn't over yet for me." Leman and Bell, in their book A Chicken's Guide to Talking Turkey With Your Kids About Sex, make use of it to aid parents in the discussion of puberty with their children, dividing the topics into "first base" ("Changes from the neck up"), "second base" ("Changes from the neck to the waist"), "third base" ("Changes from the waist down"), and "home plate" ("The Big 'It'").
This sequence of "running the bases" is often regarded as a script, or pattern, for young people who are experimenting with sexual relationships.
With respect to job hunting, I think the reasons are obvious.