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 Résumés are often misunderstood. Some people say they should be one, two, three or more pages. Others say they should be job specific. Still others say you should or shouldn’t include an objective, activities, hobbies, enjoyments, etc. Many people who want to create or write a résumé often guess what should be on a résumé without questioning why. 

Then, there are the readers of résumés: people whose job it is to find people to fill positions in companies and organizations (interviewers, human resource representatives); people who are looking to create jobs around your unique skills, abilities, and experience (job developers); and people who want to know more about you so they can help you.

Then, there are those who teach or assist others to develop résumés. Many say things such as, only focus on accomplishments over the past ten years, do not include dates because they reveal your age, and the employer only wants to see…, etc., without understanding how they themselves and the employer representative (interviewers, human resource representatives) developed their own skills, abilities, and experiences.

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Guest - 2012

Felita McNeill                    26-Jan

John Hobbs                       2-Feb

Ressurection Graves           9-Feb

Best of - Gene                 16-Feb

Nadine Lejoie                  23-Feb

Dave Wagonvoord             1-Mar

Dave Wagonvoord             8-Mar

Felita McNeill                   15-Mar

Mike Bryan/Phil Espz        22-Mar

Walt Morey                     29-Mar

Gene Celebration              5-Apr

Wen Boley                      12-Apr

Bob Circosta                   19-Apr

Rodrick Calhoun              26-Apr


Guest  - 2011

Larry Labelle/Joe Jones    13-Jan

Marlin Hartsfield              27-Jan

Vincent Smith                   3-Feb

James West                   17-Feb

lee Clark                        24-Feb

Nancy Barry                    10-Mar

Jim Webb                      24-Mar

Simone Boutin                31-Mar

Tom Baptist                      7-Apr

Bill Apgar/Eddie Tomayo   21-Apr

Scott Howard                   28-Apr

Nick Destefano                5-May

Simone Boutin/Benny     12-May

Eddie Tomayo                26-May

Nancy Baptist                   9-Jun

Ingrid & Peter Czizcomski 16-Jun

Ekow                             23-Jun

Frank Hodge                  30-Jun

Mekiola Grace                 14-Jul

Sherita Herring                4-Aug

Irv Schein-David Martin   11-Aug

Ressurection Graves       25-Aug

Carmine  Festa                8-Sep

Scott Howard                  15-Sep

Gene-Mark Arubio           22-Sep

Gene-rerun                     29-Sep

Gene-Mark Arubio             6-Oct

Sherita Herring               20-Oct

Gene-  Mark Arubio         27-Oct

Gene-Hal Fisher                3-Nov

Berny Dorhmann               10-Nov

Norma Hollis                     17-Nov

Eddie Tomayo/Berny rerun  24-Nov

Irv Schein-David Martin      1-Dec

Steve Schroeder                 8-Dec

Lance Walker                    22-Dec

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with Gene Hodge

Connecting jobseekers & entreprenuers with career opportunities. Gene Hodge is a futurist, author, motivational speaker, and training consultant; and Founder & President of Hodgepodge Training Inc. (HTI) and Hi-Tech Training Associates (HTA), Gene brings 20 years of experience and innovation from corporate information systems, training, and management dedicated to providing quality training to make people and organizations more productive. Gene has taught computer and job-seeking skills training to seniors, minorities, veterans, and unemployed individuals for St. Petersburg College, Pinellas Technical Education Centers (PTEC), Transitioning Professionals of Tampa Bay, and the Bay Pines Veterans Administration Hospital. Gene has developed a unique methodology that focuses on integrating individuals skills, abilities, experience, and passion combines with computer technology that matches a happy, holistic worker, who enjoys their work, with compatible jobs, improving employer productivity He has provided ‘Career Transition Workshops' for out-placement for companies such as: Right Management Associates, Lee Hecht Harrison, Drake Beam Morin, and implemented his programs for the Department of Labor and Regional Workforce Development Boards, and five colleges (University of Hartford, University of New Haven, Quinnipiac University, Gateway Community-Technical College, and Housatonic Community-Technical College (all in Connecticut), enabling over 1500 individuals to gain enjoyable employment. Gene earned his A.S. degree in Data Processing from Springfield Technical Institute, B.S. degree in computer science from the University of Massachusetts, Masters in Education from Cambridge College, and teacher certificate from Westfield State College. He is also certified to teach computer related courses in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Florida. Email:

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