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Pretty much defines most techwriters, I think. I think this is what
especially enables us to 'splain stuff.
That said, I think either you create multiple resumes with each aimed at a
specific target, else you create a generic *functional* resume. For
example, I've done a lot of marketing work that isn't usually of interest
to those seeking someone who can write training docs (in which I also have
a lot of experience).
On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 12:44 PM, Kari Gulbrandsen
<kkgulbrandsen -at- gmail -dot- com>wrote:
> However, *I am one of those "conglomerate" people* -- a jack of all
> trades and master of none.
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