Re: Writing Samples and Confidential/Internal Use Publications
In a situation where you've been downsized, you probably don't have
access to all of your written work any more, and, of course,
wouldn't have any of them at home.
Another lesson in life, I guess. It's always wise to be prepared for
unemployment by keeping your resume and writing samples current.
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