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Application question [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2005, 13:45
Most applications ask you to enter your current employer, responsibilities, etc. Since they also want a current resume, am I expected to use the same information (responsibilities) on my resume with the information in the application, i.e., cut and paste from the resume into the application?

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Yup, it's usually the same, or at least pretty similar. It might be different just based on the format that they ask you to use for the data sheet (where you input your job description). Some schools only give you a line or two to describe a job, in which case you're going to pretty much recycle what's on your resume. Others will give you a paragraph for each job, in which case you can use your resume as a starting point, but you want to take advantage of having the extra words at your disposal.

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