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>Date: Wed, 01 Dec 1999 01:18:16 -0500
>To: "Lydia Wong" <lydiaw -at- fpoint -dot- com>
>From: Kimberly <JKWilson -at- concentric -dot- net>
>Subject: Re: Resumes/Interviewing
>Lydia makes a good point: different formats are used for permanent
applicants and contractor applicants. I am very aware of that difference,
and my 3-pg, list-laden, table-of-tools resume is strictly for contracting
positions. I would modify this format a bit, delete or de-emphasize the
tools table, concentrate more on the "timeline" approach that Lydia
suggests, for a permanent position.
>Kimberly in Atlanta GA
>>One big exception to this is if you're a consultant/contractor. Then your
>>suggested arrangement, Nea, makes a lot more sense to me, because a simple
>>"time-line" approach becomes too complicated.
>>Just my 0.02!
>>FarPoint Technologies, Inc.