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5-07-2011 @ 8:20AM
No I wouldn't mention it on my resume because I just know how that would go down in the government department I work for. You might get someone who understands. but it's not worth the risk. But if anyone applying for a job in my team put WoW experience on their resume, I would take it seriously, especially if it involved a guild leadership role.Stupidly inconsistent...
5-07-2011 @ 8:59AM
i think it would depend on what job I am applying for. like you said i don't think i would put wow experience on the resume for a government job but if it were for say some sort of computer programming company most of the employees most likely play wow and the recruiter may as well
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