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One more question: If I do have a two page
resume, is it better to print it on two separate
pieces of paper, or should I print one, two-sided
piece of paper? I've heard comments for and against
If you want to get a job doing newsetters, or advertising copy, or freelance
doing this, you could format your resume like a brochure, in which case you'd
print on both sides, and probably do some fancy folding as well. But would
double-sided, or even brochure-stlyle resumes, be appropriate for a "regular
tech. writing job"?