For reference, here is my previous thread
This is something I've been trying to remedy for a while, but I feel that it isn't something I'm going to fix on my own any time soon. So I'm back, again, to ask for everyone's help. My resume is terrible and no amount of critical thinking on my part has yet produced something I feel confident in providing to potential employers.
I've talked with a friend and had a look at her resume, and even though we went to the same school and completed the same program, her's looks vastly better than anything I could scrounge up. I've been following some of the other job threads, so I've seen a few other resumes, and I know that I should be tailoring what I have to each job that I apply to, but to be honest, there isn't much I have to work with. I understand the importance of accomplishments over duties, but save for the few projects I have listed, there isn't much I can think of that would be relevant. And then there's the whole 'vast periods of time between jobs' issue. It's just an ugly situation, and I don't think I can turn this toad into something pretty.