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July 20, 2009


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I agree, two pages are much better than one but three pages are a no-no. My industry requires someone with detailed knowledge and experiences. A main part of the job is to communicate these details effectively. If they only have one page then I think they do not have the experience and skills. To be honest, I never consider one page resumes when looking for employees. It's pretty rare though. Maybe that's the nature of my business - environmental engineering and regulatory compliance.

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