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#1 this forum
26/06/2007 00:07

anon

Have been following the posts for a while in this forum and I am amazed by the observation that there is more recruitment people than actual consultants posting here. But then...the whole thing makes total sense. Only recruitment people have lots of time to waste. Talk about careful examination of CVs submitted to companies. What a shame! It is ironic how they are also the first to fiercly blame poor grads who dare to twist a bit their CVs in order to get a chance of being interviewed by these lazy idiots.

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#2 RE: this forum
26/06/2007 06:26

yawn.... to anon (#1)

If you take the recent post about lying on the CV, you will note that the recruiters who identified themselves as recruiters were actually quite sympathetic to liar's predicament. I suspect that there are a lot of undergraduates and MBA students on the site. so much of what is written smacks more of hormonal student than of experineced professional

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#3 RE: this forum
26/06/2007 06:31

also... to yawn.... (#2)

you are presumably the person who claimed that it is OK for you to stretch jobs on your CV but took the moral high ground on Liar's creation of an internship.

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