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I enjoyed the discussion of resume formats over the past few days. I
appreciated the confessions from hiring managers that they made sure the MS
Word resume used styles. I had to go back and look back at my resume to see
if I used styles. Luckily, I had.
Tech writers probably have strong opinions on the subject, and so do I.
(Ultimately, we can probably agree that a resume per se doesn't land
anybody a job). Still, the job obituary format doesn't seem to be a helpful
format to use, especially for people with lots of contract experience.
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