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Subject:Re: Re: bogus resume stuff From:Laura Johnson <lauraj -at- CND -dot- HP -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 22 Sep 1995 21:24:10 GMT
Garret Romaine (GRomaine -at- msmail -dot- radisys -dot- com) wrote:
: At least with
: reported G.P.A. and S.A.T. scores, an HR 'droid can be reasonably assured
: that the data is accurate.
I don't think I could *prove* my SAT scores to save my life. (I'm surprised
I even remember them.) It never occurred to me to save the little official
slip of paper or whatever it was, once I got into college.
'Guess that rules me out for that job. Darn.
Laura Johnson | A modern U.S. Navy cruiser now requires
lauraj -at- fc -dot- hp -dot- com | 26 tons of manuals. This is enough to
Hewlett Packard NSMD | affect the vessel's performance.
Ft. Collins, CO | - David Mankins