I've found it best to limit your resume to the high points of your career/background in short, bullet-point style, and include a separate one or two paragraph bio to brag on yourself a tad more poetically. You can even solicit a few snippets of praise from co-workers or collegues, and add that as an attachment.<br><br><br><br><br>Paperclipping a $20 to the stack helps, too! <br><br>