and other less-than-keen observations
As a guy who's used them, and a guy who's read a few of them, and ultimately hired people because of them, here's my tips:1) No typos. Seriously. You'd be surprised.2) The cover letter is about 5000 times more important, and most people don't include it at all. You're a good writer. Just be yourself and be honest about why you want the job, and why you think they should want you for the job. Resume's are just facts, and even really well written ones say so little about who a person is. Cause, unless you're getting a job at a cubical farm, most people want to hire someone they'll actually like.Good luck!