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The old fashioned paper resume.
With unemployment still soaring in California, job seekers are finding it harder than ever to get noticed. But polishing up the old resume is not what it used to be. With online applications becoming standard, new software that translates word processor documents into digital files has made the pretty fonts and fastidious formatting of the traditional resume obsolete. Our Sanden Totten finds out what it takes to craft a winning resume in this new frontier of digital screening.