The resume is often the first thing that an employer will use to evaluate you. It is extremely important that it is an effective “advertisement” of your skills, knowledge and experience. What's most relevant and most recent is what's most important.
Your resume is a critical item in determining whether or not you will receive an interview. Thus, it should be a flawless, well thought out, and effective sales tool for your job search.
Below, watch our video to learn everything you need to know about resumes in less than 15 minutes and download our guide to resume writing.
Note that these samples are just that: samples. You may like different format styles from one and an organizational method from another. The key is that your resume speaks to your experience and to the audience you want to target. We recommend viewing a few before you get started.