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Subject:Re: Tie Po Zin Re Zu Maize From:Ron Sering CDS <ronser -at- MANX -dot- CDS -dot- TEK -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 28 Feb 1997 07:42:57 MST
Robert Plamondon wrote:
> So the question on the floor is not whether your resume should be error-
> free, but whether it CAN BE with the resources at your disposal.
--It's nice to know that some hiring managers are going to judge you on merit and not on nitpicks. BUT, it's not an outrageous expectation that you'd have someone (such as a spouse) proof your resume for typpos, if eny ;)