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Questions about company phone usage, regulations, or personal phones in the context of work.

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recruiters are likely doing the same thing: scanning your email for a phone number and then emailing you when they can't find it rather than carefully reading it and finding your note about phone calls at … the very end. I suggest using bullet points for your contact information since that makes it easier to scan and will allow you to bold your contact types without it looking like yelling: Phone
answered Jul 8 by BSMP