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Subject:Re: resumes and cover letters From:George Beinhorn <trail -at- BEST -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 5 Feb 1999 15:51:16 -0800
This is increasingly SOP in hiring, publishing, and other fields. "We'll call
you." You can't change people, so you might as well work within the system. Make
even your <plain text> e-mail resume as professional-looking and -sounding as
possible. Let them know that if they ignore you, they may be burning a valuable