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I would start by defining your goals. Do you absolutely have to list
everything in every circumstance. I know it's easier, but common sense
dictates that when you're applying for a specific job, that your
resume should speak to that job.
The only people interested in generalized resumes are researchers and spybots.
I'm kind of a master of jack-all myself, and have been trying to
figure out what I want to say, and when to say it. I want to lead
people down a path of discovery on my website, and get my resume
anticipated to target their needs.
The other option is to build an a la carte resume app that you can
pick and choose from all your duties and roles.
On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 12:44 PM, Kari Gulbrandsen
<kkgulbrandsen -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Anybody have any suggestions? Examples of a similar type of background that
> you don't mind passing along to me?
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