Re: Resumes/Interviewing

Subject: Re: Resumes/Interviewing
From: Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com>
To: Tothscribe -at- aol -dot- com
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 1999 13:05:51 -0600

This sounds like the format I use. I reserve the first page for information about what I do, my skill set, tools, professional memberships, education,
and the second and third pages a chronological list of clients, what I did, the tools I used for that specific job.

Jo Byrd

Tothscribe -at- aol -dot- com wrote:

> What would you think of the following resume layout?
>
> Page 1
> -- General list of software used
> -- List of documents written
> ("CorpTool User Guide for XX Corporation")
> -- List of other skills, broken out by category
> (classes taken, classes taught, whatever)
>
> Page 2
> Chronological list of companies worked for, in this format:
>
> 1/1/88 - 9/9/99
> XX Corporation
> Street Address, Phone #
> software used: MS Word, Quark XPress, CorpTool
>
> This would allow resume readers to focus immediately on achievements and skills, then give you a chance to investigate the depth of skills further.
>
> Nea Dodson
> currently updating my resume





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