p;S or SP, and 5+ years in Tier 3 or 4 support.
I can see why you would want guys with more of a creative bent.
I do have to say that one of my favorite profile photos is of a candidate tearing his shirt off "Superman style" to reveal a CCIE T-Shirt underneath.…
m I think is Superman, clients see him more like Clark Kent.
One of the problems is his resume says Product Marketing Manager and the positions he is interested in are Product Managers. The difference being that traditionally Product Marketing is outbound and Product Management is inbound.
However a lot of companies (Apple for instance) have their Product Marketing Managers (PMM) responsible for inbound and outbound. So I told him just change his resume, because some of my clients are too thick to get past this.
Geez I need a stiff drink after just writing about it.....…
nd with Jim.
Seriously, you make a good point (except for the one broad brush assertion that Animal was kidding) - stepping back is a must but so is sharing. Hopefully the reader has enough of a brain to either know when the leg is being pulled or when something needs to be ruminated over and perhaps incorporated into one's being.
It's like Tivo - you can watch the commercials or fast forward.
But some advice comes across like a herd of diarrhetic cattle. Take it as it is.
onderful resource that is www.RecruitingBlogs.com.
Special thanks to Jerry Albright who wrote and performed the music heard mid-video for his video contribution - Great stuff, Jerry!