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Elizabeth Garth
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over 6 months ago

Temple native, graduate of THS, recently relocated from Austin, quality reputation and typically contacted on referrals, exceed sales goals. I attended The University of North Texas & transferred 84 hours to University of Houston (moved per engagement)Received M.A. Political Science, B.A in Political Science, Communications & Social Anthropology. Completed 160 of 180 hours in Real Estate (neurosurgery which brought memory loss, but returned fully at 7 months (past real estate completion date) Proud Mommy of 27 year old twin daughters...reside in Austin. Youngest daughter is 23, resides in Belton. Enriching tasked in many areas. Positive "people person" , well-known in area. Highly personable, loyal,professional,resilient effective rapport, outgoing, not easily deterred. #remoteworker #Political #ProfessionalEditorials, #Houston/Austin #Accountable #Nofear #LoveSales

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George Ziemer
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over 6 months ago

I have some interesting job experience working political campaigns in my youth that I would like to include on my resume. Is there anyway to add the experience to a resume without sounding political? I don't know the politics of those that will be reading my resume, and I would not want to alienate a potential employer. My job search will be in the public sector, or in the private sector focusing on social responsibility. Thank you all in advance.

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