Every now and then job seekers write to tell me that, although they read advice (including mine) about targeting their resumes, they still feel like it’s cheating. They think it misleads the employer into thinking that you’re a better match than you really are. Could it be seen as playing loose with the facts?For anyone who doesn’t already know what a targeted resume is, it’s a resume where you emphasize your experiences and skills that best match the job you are applying for. But you really are telling the potential employer things you actually did and skills you actually have. That’s the key.