Your resume is quite long-winded and may turn prospective employers off for that very reason. If they get a lot of applicants for one position their HR department will soon get bored when they encounter a very long resume and it will simply get sent to the trash. I would suggest a brief covering letter accompanying a one page very concise resume.
Keep them interested right from the start by being brief and to the point. My resume is one page and will stay that way. Just fine-tuned from time-to-time.
Good luck in your search. I was in a similar position 2 years ago and became very frustrated.
Don't give up.
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