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If you are looking for a new job while at a current one, don't most
prospective employers understand that you can't give your current employer
as a reference? I wouldn't even worry about it...
> -----Original Message-----
> If they ask about the last job, or about references,
> take a deep breath, look 'em in the eye and say "That is not going
> well/did not end well. However, I would like to point out that I can
> offer your company X year's experience as a writer, plus knowedge of Y
> and Z which are applicable to this position."