resume workaround

<P>Jason Alba over at JibberJobber is running a set of five articles about writing the perfect resume, and I was struck by all the comments on Part 3: <a href="http://www.jibberjobber.com/blog/archives/455">Formatting</a>. The best quote I have read so far is <a href="http://www.cecsearch.com/WordPress/2007/03/12/ripping-up-the-most-important-resume-in-the-world-your-own">Carl Chapman's fight to end the two-page resume</a>:
<P><code>"what happens if the pages of your resume get separated? With a single page resume, that can't happen. another plus is that you are forced to remove boring drab statements and replace them with powerful statements that are more likely to garner interest."</code>
<P>Interestingly enough, I came across a one-page technical resume that I actually like <a href="http://citizenagency.com/blog/2007/01/11/new-horizons-for-ben/">here</a>. It's something for me to work on when I have some time to reorganize.

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