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Old 07-15-2019, 07:52 PM   #1  
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Default Resume Helpful Tip

If you already have an ATP and are applying for a job you can probably stop listing tenths of an hour (.1, .9, etc) on your resume. Round down if you are worried about the recruiter questioning why your application says 322 hours of multi when you only have 321.9. 83.2 of actual instrument time doesnít make you more or less qualified than if you just listed 83. If the aircraft you are currently flying professionally does not have a Hobbs meter in it you future employers probably donít care about a few tenths of an hour.

If an application website requires the tenths then go ahead and knock yourself out and apply that extra .3 of E175 SIC.
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