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Subject:Re: looking for sample TW resumes From:"Craig Branham" <branhacc -at- slu -dot- edu> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Fri, 24 Mar 2000 07:42:18 -0600
From: R Greenberg <roxanne_98 -at- yahoo -dot- com>:
> I'd like to know if anyone can recommend places (eg,
> websites, books) where I can see some sample resumes
> from technical writers. I've checked all the links on
> the techwr-l site, and although I found a couple of TW
> resumes, I'd like to see a lot more. It seems that
> most of the resume sites on the web are directed at
> companies (understandably), and you have to pay to see
> them. I don't think I can afford corporate rates!
If nothing else, a quick and easy way to find resumes--not necessarily good
resumes, though both good and bad examples are useful--is to do a search
for them on a big search engine like AltaVista.
The following URL is for the query "+'Technical Writer' +Resume" and leads
to many examples of both kinds: