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« StrategicDiversity.com | Main | Insulting the Livestock or Why HR Needs a Lesson in Manners »

August 31, 2010

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Allison Cheston

I'm a career advisor, and I completely agree with you. When you are looking for a job, you want to manage first impressions (and also when you're not looking!)

If you do get an interview, you don't want the hiring manager to be surprised when you walk in, since he's assumed you were younger than you are. I also agree it is annoying to the resume reader to try and figure out your age--because it is something he will want to know. And it also looks like your hiding something--so he will expend more effort to figure out how old you are.

Brad Attig @bradattig

Allison,

I could not have said it better. Why bring unwanted attention?

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Even taking a purely traditional approach, mothers need education more than do fathers, because a child's life, his education, begins at his mother's breast.

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