<select NAME=\"job_title\" SIZE=\"1\">
<option value = \"RTF\">RTF</option>
<option value = \"Co-op\">Co-op</option>
<option value = \"Intern\">Intern</option>
<option value = \"Contract\">Contract</option>
<option value = \"Other\">Other</option>
There is no seperator for a list-box, all you can do is do what is suggested, using an option to pretend to be a seperator.
What you can do so the user can never select a seperator is to use the onChange
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