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What a fabulously entertaining and educational experience reading this thread! After reading all of your great comments, here are mine, with gratitude:
I am delighted with the polite nature of the communication here :o)
For years I have used only one accent, and I cannot even remember where I have been placing it. OMG!
No matter which I use — résumé, resumé or resume — if corrected, I now have an abundant arsenal of arguments. Hee, hee...
In file naming and transmitting resumes via the Internet I will use "resume" or "RESUME" to avoid technical conversion issues. As a graphic designer, I thank you for those tips!
Wow... this thread dates back to 2004. What was I doing in '04?
In print, depending on the audience, I'll use résumé. If criticized, that will give me an opportunity to start talking in one of my many accents, thus causing relaxation, improved health, a fun work environment and increased creativity. All those benefits caused by one word and each of you! BTW... if you like accents, check out Amy Walker on YouTube. She's fabulous!
Thanks for the laughs and the education!
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August 16, 2010, 12:07pm
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