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You’ve advised readers before that it’s okay to omit certain university degrees from their resume (especially if they’ve earned more than one) if it was going to hurt their job search. Do hiring managers check each university/degree listed one at a time?
I always assumed that all degrees and work experience would just be pulled up in a record attached to the person’s social security number.
But you don’t want to mislead people either, and an advanced degree isn’t a dirty secret that you need to hide or pretend didn’t happen just because you didn’t list it on your resume.
January 11, 2018 at am Jan 11 am - Kurt Cary is no better than a wart on the behind of a cockroach. Be very careful about what you do on university computers, using your university email account and be careful around any security cameras. Following its comprehensive visit this past November to consider reaffirmation of accreditation, the HLC site visiting team is recommending that the sanction of Probation be removed for Adams State and commends ASU for the progress it’s made in addressing prior HLC concerns and resolving federal compliance concerns.
Sure, they let us have our CASA and our Cesar Chavez week and let us build hornos and try as we may to keep our traditions and count on the fact that that is enough for us and to a large degree sadly it has been.
Then they turn it into a form of demagoguery; again to fatten their bank accounts.
You might choose not to lead with it, or to include it on your resume at all, but you shouldn’t actively try to hide it (and you absolutely shouldn’t lie about if directly asked).
Rather, the idea is that your resume is a marketing document, not a comprehensive accounting of everything you’ve ever done, and if listing an advanced degree won’t strengthen your candidacy (and might hurt it), you’re not under any obligation to include it.
Yes, meetings of faculty and staff, students and student leaders, community members, specialists and consultants, and others, all to improve learning opportunities for our students - many who struggle.In the meantime, it’s onward and upward with Adams State. in Richardson Hall Auditorium for an all-campus update.January 10, 2018 at pm Jeff Elison's point is spot on, but doesn't go far enough.And truthfully, colleges don't need to do any of that. One writer asked about "demographics." We should not care about the divisiveness of demographics.It is not a "demographic" that fails math, or drops out, or incurs student loan debt. But that takes us to the very racist "help" programs that are open to some and not to others.
Nope, there’s no typing in your social security number and getting a nice, neat report on all you’ve done in your life.