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by Claire Kittle, Talent Market
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My mother was an English teacher. Growing up in our house involved lots of mini-grammar lessons, Oxford commas, and endless streams of red ink on papers. It might sound torturous for a kid, but even then I realized how valuable the guidance was.
This is probably why I cringe when I receive a cover letter or résumé with an error. Or two. Or three.
The errors that could have been avoided by using Spell-Check are the ones that drive me to drink. Is it possible there are computers on earth not equipped with this handy-dandy feature? Surely not. So if a person has Spell-Check but isn’t using it, what’s the major malfunction?Career Resources and tagged Claire Kittle, Grammar, resume editing, Resumes, Talent Market. Bookmark the permalink. ← Law Schools’ Applications Fall as Costs Rise and Jobs Are Cut Networking Advice: How to Best Use LinkedIn →