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Sally Marquigny Network Imaging Systems
sallym -at- msmailhq -dot- netimage -dot- com Herndon, VA
>From Paul -dot- D -dot- Race -at- daytonoh -dot- ncr -dot- com:
BTW, I ought to point out to all who are arguing about whether their resume
should be 1, 2, 3, or 4 pages, that what you really need are multiple
One person with loads of computer experience claimed he only needed one
page. Unfortunately for those of us with liberal arts background (more
diverse experience and considerabley less demand in the job market), we
can't just throw a bunch of buzzwords and technologies into a bulleted list
and expect to get called in for an interview.
The obvious solution is to have a marketing resume, a writing resume, a
"generic" business resume, a teaching resume, etc.