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Posted by  KP on February 26, 2003 at 05:49:14:

I've gone through half of Leach's book, "AutoCAD 2000 Instructor", did all of the exercises up to chapter 22, and did take a Form Z class in college. I've been working for a public artist since my MArch in '98, and have no professional working experience with CAD how would I phrase my knowledge under skills on a resume for architecture firm work, would familiarity with AutoCAD 2000 be a realistic way to go? I'm worried that if I just include AutoCAD 2000 it may imply more experience than I have.

Another question. I graduated from Columbia University and am feeling some embarrassment at my lack of knowledge since graduating. I'm wary of meeting up with some of my classmates. Would I be really pathetic for taking a low paying intern job? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

 
 
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