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Subject:Re: Resumes From:Shannon Ford <shannon -at- UNIFACE -dot- NL> Date:Wed, 6 Oct 1993 09:21:27 +0100
Please accept the vacation-delay:
> If you're using a recruiter (aka Headhunter) be aware that the firm
> might re-do your resume before sending it out. I doubt they'd change
> anything, tho they might, but more than likely they'll have their
> secretary re-type it to remove your address and phone number. The
> headhunter I've used doesn't do this, but I've seen a number of
> resumes that get submitted from other firms. They always look like
> (#*$, so much for your nice layout...
> Gordon Meyer
I had a recruiter say that I spoke fluent German (hah! I didn't even know
what Achtung meant...) and a different recruiter introduce a few spelling
errors (though it was done consistently, I must say in his defense :-) ) I
got both jobs anyway...