Re: resume fondling -- am I being too picky?
There's a differencde between sloppy and an error. It seems that
everyone will toss into the garbage ple a resume from someone who is
extemely qualified to produce brilliant deliverables based on one
error. Sorry, I'm not that perfect, I'm not going to insist ona
standard that I cannot meet.
Second thought...I wonder how many people have received a resume, saw
what they thought as an error and dumped it, when in fact, it was
they who misunderstood the usage.
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