This is part 3 in an ongoing series of rules regarding how to make it difficult to land a career at Seven Cycles.
The "I'm a Great Writer; No Need to Spell Check" Rule
I’m not sure if there could be a more basic rule for not getting a job at Seven Cycles--except this rule. There are few strategies that grind an application to a halt faster than multiple typos. It’s so basic that it is difficult to believe how many resumes we receive that read like homework transcribed by a first grader who was really looking forward to finishing as fast as possible and getting outside to play before the sun went down.
Now, I’m not talking about grammar, syntax, or sophisticated sentence structure; I’m talking about plain old correct spelling.