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SHOW DATE: May 16, 2012

Get your facts straight! When you are gender specific and you don’t know the gender of the person you are writing to—you are saying that you are a person who doesn’t pay attention to details. And that makes you look like an IDIOT. Because the person hiring you might be a woman (Imagine that!). So, avoid gender-specific terms and stick with the oldie-but-goodie standby “To Whom it May Concern.” Sure, being “PC” all the time can get annoying—but it’s not “PC” to get a fact right. Listen to Uncle David and Auntie Evan talk more about this below:

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