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Old 06-01-2012, 11:03 AM
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Default Desensitized to CPU claims on resume?

To anyone who receives and reviews a considerable amount of resumes,

do listed cpu competencies on an EL resume mean anything to you? Even on non-El resumes, how much could you get from "proficient in Excel and access". I feel like every resume posted here on the outpost has this line in it.

I would try to link the cpu abilities to some kind of experience (ie 2 years in the field would lead me to believe vba, excel, access, or sql knowledge), but for the EL resumes they just seem like blank claims.

You know, its Friday. I don't really want to run/troubleshoot this vba tool...
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