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Have you considered approaching your former employers direct competitors? You could be an attractive hire, depending on the nature of the business ;)
Sent: 28/02/2012, 22:02
To: Dan Goldstein
Cc: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Subject: Re: Employment....
Absolutely, I know that. The chances are there but the information is available to any prospective employer. In fact, it comes up whenever I apply for work. I could lie, but the chances that my former employer would lie is minimal. The information is part of my work record. Nothing I say anywhere is not already recorded somewhere.
wetcoastwriter -at- me -dot- com
On Feb 28, 2012, at 8:40 AM, Dan Goldstein wrote:
> Congratulations, of course, to the original poster! And to everyone
> else: It's worth remembering that every personal detail you post on
> TECHWR-L is permanently and publicly available to the entire world,
> including future prospective employers.
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