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    (Original post by Millie228)
    Sorry, I don't get the confusion?
    I said I wouldn't mention it on a CV.
    I don't know if strippers are generally above average attractiveness (speaking internationally, not in the UK), but if you are, your looks will speak for themselves at an interview or through a CV photo.
    Neither do I understand your response:/
    What has her physical appearance got to do with her getting the job? That's he last thing employers look at.
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    (Original post by BlahBlaBlahBla)
    Good point so an unrelated job you feel it is best not to mention it to?
    Yeah I guess so, if you are applying for say a job as a teacher. I don't think being a stripper is likely to enhance your chances of getting that job.
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    (Original post by Tackla)
    Yeah I guess so, if you are applying for say a job as a teacher. I don't think being a stripper is likely to enhance your chances of getting that job.
    I see your point
    Though I can't help but feel the injustice of being mistreated due to past career choices :/ it all seems very sad in a way
 
 
 
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