What you can learn from a "road not taken" resume

03/28/2014 | Management-Issues (U.K.)

Consider writing a "road not taken" resume that lists all the opportunities in your career that you chose not to pursue, John C. Read writes. "What this resume identifies are the critical decision points, and periods of critical thinking in one's life," he writes, noting that people should reflect on the process they used to make important decisions at various points in their career.

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