I am worried that my resume will get overlooked because I followed the MT way(the better way) than if I produced a typical resume through Word or Publisher's wizard.
I love the MT format and theory behind their resume recommendation. But what lurks in the back of my mind is that this "style" doesn't have the typical elements of a common resume. Of course I am trying to standout with my actions and results, but I am afraid someone will be so taken back by the fact that I don't have the "typical" resume elements.
So, do I take the risk of being passed over because my resume doesn't fit into the standard?
Thanks for the advice.