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And what exactly would make the difference? I still don't understand why it is luck not to have a gap (apart from financial reasons). Sometimes a break can help to let things sink in and to be mentally and physically ready for a new challenge. And a PhD is certainly a demanding task, so why the rush. A gap of 6-12 months on the CV will certainly not trigger any ackward questions, will it?
I really wish the administrators would finally modernise the forum. Then I could scan some examples and show them here. 80% impossible to decipher, even after spending all day (excluding procrastination).
It is so annoying, because I'm generally open to criticism and are interested to read and understand all the red ink comments. All I see is red ink, but I don't know what he is saying!
I think the guy is not talking about proofreading or employment of a copy editor. The guy wants to employ a "ghostwriter", someone who will write the whole thing for him. Like Katie Price alias Jordan who never wrote a single sentence for any of her bestselling books.
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