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Well, as a High Lord of Anal Retentiveness, my resume is available via
my Web site in no less than four, that's right, four formats. These
* MS Word
Mostly, when applying for jobs, I get requests for the MS Word resume. I
guess if I was tracking stats on my site (which I plan to get around to
sometime soon), I could see which was most popular, but I haven't yet.
> I sent .pdf docs during one of my job searches.
> Unfortunately, most of the
> headhunters didn't know what a .pdf file was! They had no
> idea of what to do
> with it.
> I learned that it's better to stick with MS-Word. I'm not a
> fan of plain
> text but I did have a .txt version of my resume in case
> anyone requested it.
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