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Writing your Resumé by Robert Heller

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Looking for a Change of Direction

There was a time when a job was for life. This is no longer the case. You may be changing your career direction for all kinds of reasons. Whatever it is, you need to present your experience in a way that is attractive to those outside your sector.

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Too many people seeking a change of career direction will use a chronological resumé format. This means that the potential employer must try to distill from a range of previous experience (which at first glance is not apparently relevant) the skills in which they ...

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