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Subject:Resumes and such... From:John Olds <Jolds -at- sprynet -dot- com> To:Kathi -dot- Knill -at- template -dot- com Date:Tue, 30 Nov 1999 16:25:45 -0500
You reflect a true, wholelistic point of view. I would just add that
technical writer should always come before tools, unless you do not
need a good
Kathi Jan Knill wrote:
> I've kept with the resume thread and find the points-of-view
> too have suffered with interviewing writers who could not write, etc.
> too have wondered, where are all those good writers I've heard about?
> aren't they responding to this ad? It is frustrating, but part of the
> process. (One thing that I never thought about before was the one-page
> resume that targets a specific position, but I will ponder it for my
> future. )