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I have no intention of putting any flavor of SE on my resume. However, that should have little weight here because I (1) have no intention of looking for another job outside my current organization before I retire, and (2) have more job-related things then I need to more than adequately fill space. So personally I'm not going to put Chemistry SE on my resume ...


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I'm afraid I can't serve as a personal consultant for every post, so this will be my last. However, I suspect that some of the issues brought up in my previous comment, as well as the ones here, are relevant to a few of your posts – so that may give you something to work on more generally, even after this particular post. Grammar. There are small ...


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I completely agree with your reasoning and personally I wouldn't think of closing any of the aforementioned questions. In my opinion, it would be fair to mod-reopen both questions within the next 24 hours unless a review queue gets processed or a close-voter provides an objective reason against it. As for the reopen queue, there is still not that many users ...


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I think having your involvement with Chem.SE on your CV/résumé as well as LinkedIn is a great idea. While I do not have it listed on my LinkedIn profile - I haven't actively worked in the field for quite some time - there's nothing to lose by including it there and elsewhere. I will note that I do custom-tailor my résumé (as should we all) for specific jobs, ...


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You are actually already quoting the relevant section from the help pages: [If] your question has many valid answers (but no way to determine which - if any - are correct), then it probably needs to be more focused to be successful in our format. Aside from the fact that the question is not really about teaching, it leaves also too much room for ...


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I was going to write a longer answer, but I think it has fairly similar points to Jon Custer's answer, so will leave it slightly shorter. I personally do leave in a line about my Chem.SE activity in my CV. I don't think it hurts, as long as your contributions are reasonably decent (obviously, don't write low-quality stuff and then flaunt it). I'd like to ...


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I recently prepared my portfolio for a promotion. I did not have a reference to StackExchange Chemistry in my CV but I mentioned it in my collection of public writing without peer-review, together with some links to sample posts. My main goal was to show engagement with Chemistry outside of the university, in the spirit of public service; of course, that ...


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As per the comments, I don't see anything particularly wrong or unclear about your question. I have reopened the question.


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