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Am not sure what you mean. I would suggest ONLY
customizing your resume by hand, a manual process that
takes some planning, thought, and time--perhaps we
--- jenny_berger -at- fairfieldresidential -dot- com wrote:
> Hmmm....sounds like the idea is to auto-generate a
> resume on the fly, instead of constantly customizing
> by hand. I don't know
> of anything off-the-shelf that does this, but you
> could probably crib
> something together with MS Access and Frontpage, or
> perhaps Filemaker.
> Maybe even PHP/MySQL. Sounds like a cool little open
> source project, no?
> Sean wrote:
> > Other tip:
> > Customize a resume for each job. Don't use just
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