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Atention to Deetail…

I was reviewing workshop proposals for an upcoming conference, and was surprised at the number of typographical errors in the submitted proposals. I am used to seeing a certain number of typos or spelling errors in resumes I review, but not in writings of professionals in my own field. Maybe I overreacted, but seeing a proposal with several misspelled … Continue reading

The Ultimate Rejection Letter!

Anyone who has searched for a job, especially in this economy, has received a letter stating something to this effect: “Thank you for your interest in our organization. We interviewed a number of qualifieed candidates for the __________ position, and we have determined that another candidate is the most qualified for the requirements of our opening. … Continue reading

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