RE: 10 things all tech writers should do - but different
On my resume, I call out tools and technologies separately after each job description, just so there's no mistaking what I've done and what I know. ...and I've gotten some very positive responses
Chiming in, I think you should include an overview or summary >>paragraph that basically covers the first paragraph that I've quoted >>from your post above.
Sounds like some of you have been reading my resume article!
Washington State Coordinator, Tombstone Project
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