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Subject:Re: Resumes, cover letters, and home pages From:Hank Stanley <arjohns -at- ADNC -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 28 Feb 1997 08:34:19 -0800
At 02:11 AM 2/28/97 -0500, Steven Jong wrote:
>Is resume perfection attainable? Perhaps not, but as someone who screens
>resumes, I want to see you try.
I agree. This thread over the last couple of weeks must be rather
encouraging to writers who realize that if they merely present prospective
employers with solid, errorless resumes, they'll be ahead of comparably
Hank Stanley arjohns -at- adnc -dot- com
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