With the help of a career coach, he gave his résumé a complete overhaul.
Several months later, he landed an IT role in the health care sector, and, later, at the University of Washington in Seattle.
I see no Resume page under any of the My Account or Profile setting pages.
For Mann, polishing his résumé for the first time in two decades was almost as daunting as having to find a new position.
Subscribe to the AARP Money Newsletter for more on work, retirement, and finances "My résumé was in terrible shape," says Mann, of Bellevue, Wash., who was laid off in 2009 and is now 64.
If, like Mann, you haven't updated your résumé in at least five years and aren't sure where to start, consider this your primer.
Just because you've been in the workforce three or more decades doesn't mean you should list every single job you've had.