Re: TW Resumes: What to look 4?

Subject: Re: TW Resumes: What to look 4?
From: "Smith, Amy" <amy -dot- smith -at- FMR -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 1997 14:31:00 -0500

Bruce Byfield wrote:

>Unless you're the president of a Fortune 500 company, a one page resume
>is unlikely to convince anyone to hired you.

>But the proper length for a resume is very idiosyncratic.

I agree. And I've seen horrible resumes with heaps of information
squashed onto one page, because the writer has "one page resume"
engraved in his/her brain.

I'm more concerned about being able to read the information easily, than
I am about flipping pages.

And you know what also gets my attention? A well-crafted resume on nice,
crisp, heavy Cranes stationery. I know, I know...scanners and faxes and
email (oh my!) are easier and faster, but there's something about the
weight and feel of good stationery....

I also use fountain pens, so there. ;-) :-)

Amy Smith
Fidelity Investments
amy -dot- smith -at- fmr -dot- com

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