gosh1976 wrote: »
Thanks for the help guys. I was able to get it down to one page without having to make the font too small or compressing it too much. I think it actually looks better now on one page as far as the layout and I was even able to add a line about customer service on my current job.
cbsharpe0824 wrote: »
Great, but all honesty, in my opinion, there is nothing wrong with having a 2-page resume like myself. I have been in the IT world since 1993 and it is impossible for me to squeeze everything on one page. It was 3 pages at time and that is a "no-no". Good luck to you in your future endeavors.
networker050184 wrote: »
Nothing wrong with two or more pages if you have the info to fill it. Seventeen years is more than enough time to rack up more than one page of quality experience. If you have one page worth of valuable info spread over two like the OP then its better to get it on one IMO.