Microsoft Word

Doing resumes are such fun, or they used to be. I remember when using WordPerfect and the first incarnation of Microsoft Office to create phony resumes when I was in the third and fourth grade:  I’d put in that I’d been to fancy schmancy schools, and I was the CEO of some bogus company. Little did I realize making up those silly resumes would come back to haunt me, because now, I’ve seemingly forgotten how to fashion a professional looking resume. The one I have on Monster.com looks pitifully juvenile, and when I compare it to the resume I used to secure my first “summer job” just two years ago, I cringe with disgust. 

Back to the drawing board. 

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