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Discussion in 'Items/Jobs/Services: For Sale or Wanted' started by wardmundy, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. wardmundy Nerd Uno

  2. atsak Guru

    The problem is when HR departments that do the initial screening against the job description and do not see the words twitter, facebook, photoshop, etc, they'll throw the resume out.

    But I wouldn't want to work at those places anyway.
  3. wardmundy Nerd Uno

    Where I worked, if they HAD seen the words Twitter and Facebook, they would have thrown the resume out. :wink5:
  4. ErikU Guru

    Not only would I not be impressed at the alternative, I find it difficult to read and busy.. and I work in a modern/media field!

    Perhaps it would be good for a PR/Marketing job though.. but still seems like a bit much. What's with the QR code?
  5. wardmundy Nerd Uno

    Brings up his web resume if I recall correctly.
  6. p2pvoice New Member

    Is there an article? Is Resume+ a website?

    Is there an article? Is Resume+ a website?
  7. myitguy Guru

  8. wardmundy Nerd Uno

    You'd need to communicate with Carter Gibson, the author of the article. His email address is shown. He does some of these for folks, and I'm sure he could be motivated by a little cash. :piggy:

    Resume+ was simply a term someone used to describe his Alternative Resume.
  9. blanchae Guru

    It really depends on the position you are applying for. If you are applying for a technical position don't put together an artsy resume. The employer will wonder what if being a tech is what you are best suited for. If you are applying for a graphics oriented position then better have the pretty resume that looks artsy.

    I recently put together a crash website on How to Find a Job for my students.
  10. wardmundy Nerd Uno

    Sample Template

    I've taken a crack at building a Word template that folks could use to generate something similar to the Alternative above. Feel free to embellish it and post your additions. Did I mention... I HATE MICROSOFT WORD!!! Could have built this in 15 minutes with WordPerfect instead of HOURS in Word.

    For unregistered visitors, you can download the template from here.


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