Is your résumé too brief? Then perhaps, as Samantha Nolan suggests, you are using

that few of words

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her June 12, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch

What could go wrong? Maybe things will be

far worse than actuality

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her June 26, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch

Now this is great attention to detail!

a strong visual aesthetic if often overlooked....

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her July 3, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch

What do you do if you need to adjust a sentence? Why, of course you

write this statement with the facts of your background.

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her July 24, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch

If someone can make heads or tails out of the sentence above, please let me know.

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her August 21, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch



readers came away from the screening process with critical information on differentiating Steve as a candidate

Huh?
Oh, and the bungled compound adjectives were a nice touch.

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her November 13, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch



a résumé was needed

Ugh. Could you have possibly made that any clumsier?
If anyone can make sense of the sentence about Emma as an entry-level candidate, please let me know.

These words of wisdom were dispensed in her December 4, 2011 column, which appeared in The Columbus Dispatch
To see Dear Sam's words of wisdom for 2012, click here,