Re: Resume styles
Iâm not Elisa nor do I play her on TV. (c;^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I think she is saying that it is possible that the critique of Chrisâ resume was done strictly to trigger a reaction and watch how he responds, how he âdefends his workâ as someone said. Judging his character and professionalism, as it were.
Then again the guy might just be a jerk and Chris should run away. Fast.
It has struck me that this is a fine group of people who have come to the aid of one of their own and offered many perspectives and creative suggestions. A fine collection of talent. Iâm learning much here.
Elisa, could you explain what you mean by your comment?
"In a case like this, I would not rule out the possibility that the critique
of the resume is a red herring."
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