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Subject:What's a 'good' resume? From:Miki Magyar <miki -dot- d -dot- magyar -at- BANGATE1 -dot- TEK -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 30 May 1996 09:33:29 MDT
I will be giving a workshop/presentation on job hunting skills for young
engineers (less than 10 years experience). I'd like to give them a short
checklist for writing a resume, but I'm not sure if there are different
standards in the domain of engineering. I'd appreciate any suggestions from
people who have interviewed/hired engineers or been hired as engineers as
to what does and doesn't work for format and content. I am guessing that a
number of us 'senior' TWs have come out of this field, and may have some
TIA. Please reply to me directly: Miki -dot- D -dot- Magyar -at- Bangate1 -dot- tek -dot- com
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