Re: Job Dissatisfaction

Subject: Re: Job Dissatisfaction
From: Cheryl Magadieu <cmagadieu -at- NETWAY -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 1998 11:18:51 -0500

In his response to Anon, David Orr wrote:

> I hire a lot of technical writers, so I review many resumes. I would be
> careful about having more than two jobs of short duration on your
> resume, if you are planning to work as a full-time staff person.

What do you consider to be a "short duration"? Less than a year? I'm
looking for a new job (permanent, as opposed to contract) and I'd like to
make sure that I'm addressing any misconceptions that potential employers
have. I've been at my current job for one and a half years, and my previous
position was for two years. My current job is a (long-term) contract that
was only supposed to last for six months, and my previous job ended because
the division was closed. Should I be concerned that employers will
interpret these job durations as short?

Cheryl
http://www.mdc.net/~cmagadieu


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