Not necessarily. I only suggest this when a candidate’s skill set falls into two categories. Example: a project manager who is still 100% hands-on with technology. In that case specifically, having a resume that highlights all project management skills and another that’s strictly technical, one that presents you as a senior level developer, would be appropriate if you’re considering managing or technical development jobs. Most of the time, one resume is best. One that’s concise, descriptive and up-to-date.
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