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This is fairly easy to deal with. Start a "consulting company" and list
your primary experience/qualifications as "services provided." One of the
more prominent candidates in this year's election here in CA has had such a
business on CV since being fired in 2005 and hasn't identified a single
company as a past or current client in financial disclosures.
On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 1:30 PM, Wade Courtney <wade -dot- courtney -at- gmail -dot- com>wrote:
> That's not always doable. I was out of work for six months. No
> contract work available. And in California, if you go for training or
> take a class, they deduct it from your unemployment.
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