No way I know of and certainly not from InDesign. Try the Acrobat forum and see if they have any ideas.
Unless you work in a specialized boutique field, this is pointless. People print résumés out on sheets of paper and shuffle them into piles on the table. Optimize for that.
In large companies, they get imported into database-driven systems that only handle plain text and Microsoft Word, both equally poorly.
From InD I think the only way would be if you were going to html output. Otherwise, Flash Catalyst may be an option - you could later place the swf back into the pdf made from InD.
Besides that, you could create a tabbed viewing experience from InD - just make panels of text into buttons and use the show/hide states feature.
If you want the scrollable text in the interactive pdf, and you are using indesign to create it do like this
Export to interactive pdf
Open the pdf in Adobe livecycle Designer and create textbox where you want and remove the Limit Text checkbox
Then Export it to the pdf
I think it will solve your porblem