Re: Keep Track of Experience

Subject: Re: Keep Track of Experience
From: "Subash" <subash_tc -at- speedpost -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 06 Jul 2003 20:34:01 -0800

> Yes, but in moderation. Not to the point where, even
> to the reader of the resume, you look like a chameleon.

Yes. You cannot change your resume just to match the requirement. :) By
customizing, I meant giving prominence to those key areas of your skills
and experience that are important for a particular requirement. It will
help the recruiting personnel to get what they want in the first glance

> I think the "Goals" line, if you have one, is the most
> sensitive. In more than one case, I've looked at a resume
> with a "Goals" line obsequiously echoing my own want ad and
> said to myself "Yeah, right..."

Before applying for a job, one should determine whether it goes well with
his/her interests and career goals. Then the need for customizing will be
much less. :)


Subash Babu
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