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Does Your Legacy IT Resume Need a Serious Refresh?

As one of the few specialized IT Resume Writers in the careers industry, I see a number of common problems in the initial IT resumes my clients send me.

One of the most common of these is a resume that has grown - without any real change in strategy or direction - for my client's entire career.

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Is your Technical Resume Getting the Wrong Kind of Call Backs?

One common issue that I hear from clients in my technical resume writing service is that my clients are getting calls back from their resume - but not the right kind of calls.

Usually, this means that a client - an IT Manager or even Director - is getting calls that would be more appropriate for a hands-on technologist.

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Your Technical Resume Must Tell Your Story!

Technical resumes may seem pretty dry...

Resumes - particularly technically resumes - can seem like rather dry documents. But however dry the resume may appear, the resume has to tell a clear, compelling story. That is, ideally, a story of clear, consistent career progress - leading to the irresistible conclusion for the hiring authority that "I need to interview this person to fill a critical position."

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Technical Resume Length - Less is Not (Necessarily) More

There's a lot of discussion about the most appropriate length for technology resumes for job seekers at all levels from hands-on to senior technology executives including IT Manager, IT Director, and CIO. This is the first of two blogs discussing technical resume length. In this post, I'll address the "less is more" approach to the technical resume - and the potential downsides to that.

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Technical Resume Writing - Clarity is Key!

Technical Resume Writing - Clarity is Key! I have to admit - I'd resisted the idea of blogging. But I'm really glad that I started this blog. I hope that it's of value to my clients - but in addition, I'm finding that blogging regularly is helping me to clarify the strategies and value that I use in my Technical Resume Service.

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