Re: Resume Design Principles

Subject: Re: Resume Design Principles
From: RoseCrowe <ncrowe -at- PRIMENET -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 1995 13:27:36 -0700

On Thu, 19 Jan 1995, Romay Jean Sitze wrote:

> I am wondering if you would mind elaborating on ways in which to
> differentiate between the two versions of your resume. I teach a tech
> writing class at NMSU and will be covering such topics in my class. I'm
> always on the lookout for fresh ideas. Thanks.

1) Different goals at the top
2) Organize experience differently. For instance, for a training
job, put training experiences or documentation first. For a
very technical job, put programming experiences or documentation
first. This is on a chronological resume.


Goal: To obtain a challenging job in training.
Date to Date Title for Company Name, company address and phone.
Conducted training classes in software. Wrote training
guides. Edited techncial guides. Created icons. Created
database management system.

Goal: To obtain a job combining my technical, training, and writing
skills that will enable me to upgrade my technical skills.
Date to Date. Title for Company Name, company address and phone.
Created database management system. Created icons and
integrated graphics into programs. Edited technical
guides. Wrote training guides and conducted training

3) Sometimes when I am applying for a job that requires specific
software, I go in and edit the job experience to list the
software within the job, as well as in the list I have
at the end of my resume.

Rosie (NorthCrowe)
ncrowe -at- primenet -dot- com
rwilc -at- fast -dot- dot -dot- state -dot- az -dot- us
"Half an hour's meditation is essential except
when you are very busy. Then a full hour is needed."
-St. Francis De Sales

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