Some Thoughts About Resumes for Tech Jobs

While I enjoy the heck out of talking to all of you on this blog, I actually earn my living as an organizational consultant who specializes in business processes. In fact, that’s one of the reasons I decided to write this blog in the first place – to help clue you in to what goes on behind the scenes.

And since most of my recent experience has been working with IT folks, I figure it’s high time I gave job seekers a little firsthand look at what might get your tech resume a second look.  For my take on things that might help you get past screeners like me, please visit my guest post for Susan Ireland’s Job Lounge:

What Makes a Technology Resume Look Great to a Screener

And for more resume help, here are some articles from the Cafe archive:

10 Things I Look for When I Screen Resumes and Cover Letters

How to Handle Annoying Red Flags in Your Resume

Targeting Your Resume to the Job


About the author…

Ronnie Ann, founder of Work Coach Cafe, bases her real-world advice on her many years as an organizational consultant where she helped interview and hire people, added to a certificate from NYU in Career Planning & Development and her own adventures as a serial job seeker. She can also be found on her new blog, and on Google+.

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