Re: Resumes, cover letters, and home pages

Subject: Re: Resumes, cover letters, and home pages
From: O'NEILL Colin <CNE -at- EUROPAY -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 10:47:00 PST

>Steven Jong wrote, While I'm on the subject, let me throw out another
>aspect of presenting yourself: your own Web home page. I think this is a

>double-edged sword, as other posters have pointed out.
<snip>
>What's a fella to do?

A good question. I am also trying to build a home page. One of the first
things I did was convert my c.v. as I already had it available as a Word
document. Then, I started following the resume issue on this list and it
has left me in a bit of a dilemma.

First of all, do I need to re-think the content of my c.v.? I don't think
so, but I do think that maybe I also need an American style one-page
resume which I could tailor to each application.

Second, is my home page actually a good place to put my c.v. or resume. I
feel that I might be mixing business and pleasure. I want to create an
interesting home page, humourous and perhaps a little zany. However, my
c.v. is supposed to present me as a skilled professional. Is it possible
to mix business and pleasure like this?

Any thoughts, fellow techwhirlers?

Regards,

Colin O'Neill
colin_one -at- compuserve -dot- com (home)
cne -at- europay -dot- com (work)

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