Re: resume fondling -- am I being too picky?

Subject: Re: resume fondling -- am I being too picky?
From: "Chris Christner" <cchris -at- toptechwriter -dot- us>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 14:37:09 -0600


Hi Gene,

So if a writer who was otherwise qualified for a job handed you a resume
with several minor errors, you'd reject that person **even if there was a
shortage of qualified applicants**? That's what the context was when I
wrote "inflexibly high standards".

--Chris


> In a 200+ page document errors are usually inevitable, but
> IMO the inability to create an error-free document two or
> three pages in length is hardly an "inflexibly high standard" for
> a technical writer.
>
> Gene Kim-Eng
>

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