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In-Reply-To: UUNET:uunet!VM1.ucc.okstate.edu!TECHWR-L's message of 01-18-95
Mike Uhl asked for resume tips. This, of course, is the no-brainer: be
absolutely positively meticulously totally without-a-shadow-of-doubt dead
certain that there are NO, NONE, NADA, NIX, NIL typographical and grammatical
errors. Have at least two disinterested other people read it twice. Then,
read it again.
I say this is a no-brainer, but you'd be amazed at the dreck I've seen on
resumes from people who claim to be technical writers!