Tuesday, April 29, 2008


please don't ever send out a resume with a typo. it's that detail thing - managers want everyone to be able to deal with details. and so does the recruiter...i try really hard to see past a typo, but it's a pretty huge ding to start out with.

it's bioanalytical, not bioanaltyical.

and that's my advice for the day.

1 comment:

Jeremy said...

I'll add if you do typo, it's best not to have used copy and paste for multiple areas. Making a person wonder if you copied and pasted the job info down is one thing, making it clear by leaving a typo in there...