Re: Having a killer resume
Now maybe that all adds up to an objective statement. It seems to cover the needs defined so far.
All except two:
- why should the company be interested in a technical writer and information designer (unless, of course, it's advertised for one)
- why should the company be interested in you, rather than any other tech-writer or information designer? Or, to put the question in another way: why should anyone read the rest of your resume?
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RE: Having a killer resume: From: Maggie Pierce Secara
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