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Subject:Re: Personal Stuff on Resumes From:Westbrook <westbrook -at- FLEX -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 22 May 1998 23:31:24 GMT
One other quick thought I had on this subject: A friend of mine when I
was still in school showed me her resume one day. I pointed out the
fact that listing her experience as a camp counselor at a Bible camp
(and naming what specific sect) was risky. Her reply was that she
would not want to work for anybody that had a problem with her