Typos can sink a job application
WASHINGTON - Dear sir or madman. Oops, I meant to write, dear sir or madame . If I had made that mistake on my cover letter, should that disqualify me for consideration for a job? Should someone's resume get tossed in the trash if they mistakenly wrote "Graphic designer seeking no-profit career" under career objective? Well, it appears that in ...
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#1 Aug 31, 2009
It should not disqualify the future employee.We are all human and this error is human .
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