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One's resume should only address the past ten years. Given
the speed at which technology is evolving, very little of
one's talents from ten years ago would be useful today.
Could be, but if I didn't put XYZ Company (alias for our
protection), how would you know <I> was the person who
worked with <you> back when Hector was a pup?
Insert an acquaintance's name for <I> and your name for
Sometimes it is not WHAT you know as much as WHO you know.
('Course if you don't know what you should (professionally)
it will all come crashing down around your head.)
Keep smilin', Don.
john glenn <sfarmh1 -at- scfn -dot- thpl -dot- lib -dot- fl -dot- us> mailto:sfarmh1 -at- scfn -dot- thpl -dot- lib -dot- fl -dot- us
...do not make a statement that cannot be easily
understood on the grounds that it will be understood
eventually. [Hillel - Avot 2:5]