The year of the updated resume... do people even write resumes anymore? I have been fine-tuning my LinkedIn profile. And I'm working on the big picture... as my last resume still touts Sandy Hollow Day Camp Counselor (1991) on it, I know a "real" resume must be made. But, oh (brings forearm to brow), where to begin??? I've been lucky enough to be recruited by most of my previous employers. A resume was a technicality; it was feed for the recycling bin.
Maybe I could schedule a clown with balloons to visit every HR department I contact - and in each balloon would be a slip of (organic) paper with yet ANOTHER applicable skill / reason to hire me / fortune and Chinese language lesson (why do I always get "beer"?) / business reference / Maya Angelou poem.... wait, people hate balloons.
Time to work on Plans B, C and D.