BIOBLOGS: 21ST CENTURY RESUMES

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THE QUESTION FORM

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Sometimes all the work looks the same over a lengthy period of time, yet in a personal discussion one would learn how the challenges were considerably different. Rather than write it all out in tedious passages that one cannot be certain will even be read, it might work better to “connect the dots” with the focus on the main point: the player in those situations who dealt with the issues and opportunities. In other words, paint a portrait of the character, not the furniture of the workplace in the background. This bioblog is the beginning of a form (the Question Posed): from a simple question designed to momentarily engage the reader’s interest, it goes on to imply that from your education and experience in the world and at work that you have an answer; not especially “the answer” but one that the reader would enjoy discussing in a personal interview, that hallowed place where the closing is made, or not.

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Written by 1stbioblogger

October 13, 2007 at 6:07 pm

Posted in resumes

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