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    Thursday, August 29, 2002     5:24 PM

so i'm sending out resumes for jobs this past week and i'm noticing more and more of these web design jobs require serious security clearance. i guess it's because these companies deal in security and such but the idea of having to take a polygraph where they ask you if you've ever done drugs, etc doesn't sit well with me.

it's not that i have anything to hide, but i don't necessarily want a job that requires me to share so much of personal life so i can get a security clearance. i'm not sure a "lifestyle polygraph" as it's called really makes sure the company is any safer from hiring a deranged lunatic, a terrorist, etc. i don't think i really want to work for a huge company anyway, it's a bit impersonal.


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