posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 08:11 PM
Here's a tip.
More and more people aren't employable as they can't spell or use grammar correctly. This thread is a great example. If you're serious about making
yourself employable, while you're sitting around waiting for opportunities, give yourself grammar and spelling lessons. An example is the correct form
of "there", "their" and "they're", which has been botched a number of times in this thread and in most threads around here. Same as "your" and
I'd personally never hire anyone who didn't know the difference. But that's just me and I have that right. If I'm not confident you can come across
even half-educated when sending an email representing my business, you surely will not be working for my business.
If you even want a profession with options where you can move up, you're going to have to learn proper spelling/grammar, unless you're starting your
own business where it wouldn't matter as much. Work for someone else though and want or expect a pathway to management, you damn well better know the
difference between "your" and "you're", or "higher" and "hire".
edit on 5-2-2014 by MysticPearl because: (no reason given)