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"A fired dot-com worker can be an asset. Workers are even more hirable after having worked in a firm that struggled or did not make it. Prospective employers see it as a valuable learning experience.'' — John Challenger, CEO of consulting firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas, quoted in Reuters, 09/16/00.

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Internet Experience Needed, and the Worse, the Better

NEW HAVEN, CONN. (SatireWire.com) — Internet workers take heart. According to a major career consultant, fired Internet company workers are "even more hirable" because of their experience with failure. So what are out-of-work dot-commers to do? Rewrite those resumes to highlight the crucial roles they played in bringing down their employers. SatireWire provides some cover-letter samples.

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