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I spend yesterday afternoon rebuilding my friend's resume. This is what I did:
1. I extracted the highlights
2. I removed everything older than 10 years and saved it into a Master Resume so we can refer to it later
3. I removed the dates from the education section
4. I created a summary statement after conferring with my friend via email.
5. I built two resumes: Resume One is strictly chronological in a plain format. Resume Two offers the same information in a more playful format. More eye-catching than the first format but nothing fancy.
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