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irene230822d@M1sf3t Resume. The descriptions change to include technical details especially if you have a wide range of experience with employers.
irene230822d@M1sf3t That seems like a very good idea. I wonder if it would satisfy the requirement when it is used for contract bids.
I have invisible 0 point text encoded in my resume that lists on the advert and multiple versions. Never get binned, but I have had people ask about my skill sets listing so many bullet points in their HR system.
I tell them to look at my resume again. Then I just tell them obfuscation is my specialty.
irene230820d@M1sf3t @SortOfTested I thought about your comments and rejiggered my resume completely yesterday.
I started with a section of highlights that mirror the language of the position.
I had one timeline type table that listed my chronological employments and roles. I have done lots of contracts, ran a company, and some overlapping employment.
I then described my role, experience, basic stack info by role and employer.
I added my collection of post-secondary.
I finished with an alphabetical index of technologies and methodologies that I have worked with so HR can easily look for keywords.
Anyhow the end result is long but very easy to find info. The person I set the resume to got back to me an hour after I sent it. He was ranting about how easy it was to get the information he was looking for in comparison to the other résumés despite its five page length. :-P