Another one about misspelled words …

This is my second post on misspelled words; however, in my defense, this one centers on common misspellings on résumés and it’s completely silly. I think someone at Ragan was misinformed. That’s not to say their list of most commonly misspelled words on résumés is incorrect; but, the way they are claiming the words are being misspelled is outrageous … just read some of them:
volunteer (voulunter)
assisting (assiating)
applying (apllying)
recently (resently)
profits (proffitts)
maintenance (mainteance)
efficiently (efficently)
preparation (prepration)
distinct (distict)
judgment (judjement)
schedule (schuele) … really?

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