I could write a whole slew of posts about this subject matter, and maybe I will one day when I’ve got the time, but for now I’ll send you to the Wall Street Journal. They’ve got a great article on the ins and outs of applying for a job at a big organization. Long story short, they are saying you need to tailor your resumé a bit for each employer to help make it through some of the automated resumé filters people are using nowadays. Software motivations aside, this is a good idea either way. You should always tell people who you are and what you’re capable of with a resumé, but more importantly it should hint at why you’re completely suited for the job you’re applying for. Check out the whole article here.