Resumes: Do they still matter?


Getting a government job and keeping it while moving up the ranks is an art as well as a science.

And although we are in an era of short-attention spans, speed-reading and less-is-better, it may be that a longer resume is better than a short one.

That’s according to Nancy Segal, a 30-year veteran of the federal HR field and a consultant who helps people get into government and build their careers.  Segal is the founder of  Solutions for the Workplace LLC, and she’s our guest this morning (10 a.m. EST) on our Your Turn radio show.

She’s going to talk about New Year’s Resolutions which, in this case, is how to get yourself into shape so you will fit into, rather than clog the promotion pipeline. And the obvious place to start is your resume.

You can listen  online, or in the Washington metro area on 50,000-watt 1500 AM.  You can also dial 712-432-5393 to listen live from any phone. If you have questions there are two options: Call during the show at 202-465-3080, or you can email questions to Mike before the show at mcausey@federalnewsradio.com.