There's a provocative post by guy kawasaki on his blog about getting a job in silicon valley. His advice is really for anyone/anywhere to follow so i suggest reading it. Gretchen over at JobSyntax disagrees with his resume mantra about only being one page. And I'd have to concur with her.
Your resume should be tailored to each opportunity which means it should be as long as you need it to be.
The "one-page resume" is one of those job search myths that have been perpetuated over the years. There just isn't enough consensus among resume writers and career coaches for "the proper length". What that tells you--- the jobseeker --- is that the length of your resume is up to you.
But if you are set on keeping it to one page consider using a blog or online resume to expand on your skills and experience. You can just use the resume as a quick summary and send recruiters online to get a deeper look into your skills.
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