Resume tip

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by BigDallasDick8x6, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. BigDallasDick8x6

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    OMG! I never thought of this but I guess it makes sense. Heard a piece on the radio about email SPAM filters. It suggested in you graduated magna cum laude like I did, you might not want to put that in your resume or the SPAM filter might keep them from ever getting it. Wow. So I guess you need to say either "magna c. laude" or "with high honors" or give the GPA or leave it off.

    A lot of people are out of work these days so I thought I'd pass that along.
     
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    Ha that's funny. Probably only relevant to those whom just graduated college as putting your GPA on the resume a few years after graduation is frowned upon.
     
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