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It would be interesting to find an employer who DID look at BROAD experience
instead on only a Degree, or an ABSOLUTELY tool-based organization.
The 'grey-hairs' have a lot to pass on based on our experience and
The 'agile mind' and the 'technical writing' capability would normally count
for something, regardless of the 'age' of the 'carrier'.
I have had a lot of favorable comments on my resume - capabilities -
experience - industries,
but we are looking for a detailed specialist and we don't think you would
fit in. (i.e., round peg in square hole).
It is amazing to see what prospective employers 'are not buying'.
I would be glad to get employment where I could NOT do everything that I
have done in the past.
Back to again reinventing the resume, on a resume submission by resume
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