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Resume Writing Tips, Part 2

Published on May 25, 2011 By David

Today, let’s take a look at the chronological resume, which takes aim at a particular position/skill set.  This is the type of resume that you probably use now or have used in the past.  It’s used when applying for a job where your job history matches the target and shows a sensible progression of career steps. Although employers [...]

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Resume Writing Tips, Part 1

Published on May 23, 2011 By David

First things first: I think resumes can be very overrated. It’s hard to sum up what a person is worth professionally on a piece of paper – which is why I always put more value in networking, building relationships and reputation so that people will be dying to hire you before they’ve even SEEN a [...]

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