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I'm about to start a discussion for the next several days in my tech. writing
class on the job search. We'll talk about application letters, resumes, etc.
How prevalent are computer-scanned resumes? Is this the coming thing, and
should my students design their resumes to be scanned? Thanks, Mary Massirer
(mary_massirer -at- baylor -dot- edu)