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You can always customize your resume according to the requirement.
Analyse the requirement completely and include only those portions of
your experience that matters to the job in question. To give exactly what
the client/employer wants, you can make the relevant portions more
detailed. There is one more way of doing it. You can create a portfolio
with all the relevant elements and send it across along with your resume.
You can make different portfolios for different types of jobs that you
can apply for. I haven't used any tool that can dynamically generate a
resume, but I feel that it is not very difficult to generate one if you
have a detailed portfolio with all the details of your work experience
and other credentials.
On Thu, 03 Jul 2003 14:54:37 -0400, "Edwin Wurster"
<eawurster -at- hotmail -dot- com> said:
> Over the last five years I've trimmed down my resume quite a bit.
> During the past week I've had a recruiter forward two client requests,
> asking whether I had experience with (fill in the blank.)
> As it turns out, I have plenty of experience in the two areas, but the
> description in my resume has morphed into bland, general words on the
> A few months ago I looked into what it would take to create and maintain
> database of experience, and saw that learning and applying XML to the
> would have several benefits. Are there any mere mortals doing this now?
> so, what tools are you using?
> TIP: Don't throw away the details!
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