TechRepublic member Adinoyi Iliyasu Sani, a network administrator at a high school, wants to find a more challenging position in a multicultural environment. He’s been sending his resume to potential employers for 16 months and hasn’t received any callbacks. He’s hoping that TechRepublic members can provide some constructive criticism to help him improve his resume.

Take a look at his resume, shown in the following figures, and post a message to Sani in the discussion below. Your response may provide him with ideas he can use to capture the attention of prospective employers.

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