[internetworkers] can your skills compete?
David R. Matusiak
matusiak at speakeasy.net
Tue Sep 3 13:58:27 EDT 2002
the required skills being listed in job advertisements these days are
staggering. it seems as if they want someone with expertise in every field and a
decade of experience doing it.
this can be very hard on the job seeker. often, they will have to make
themselves look as good "on paper" as possible. it takes a good deal of finesse
and creative writing to make a decent case for yourself.
there are some extraordinary examples online, however:
that is my new favorite. i plan on re-writing my resume in its exact style and
spirit very soon. here is to wishing we could all be Rick Reeds...
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