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Work Experience

  • Describe your work experience in a series of lists. Lists are easier to view than written sentences.
  • Describe how, in the past, your contributions in a company have led to marked improvements. Be relevant.
  • Make sure you address all relevant gaps and time frames when you describe your work experience, for example, self-employment, or school or family obligations. It can be a big red flag for employers when they notice a significant gap in your employment history.

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The education section is mostly put at the end of the resume unless your job is a professional job that requires a specific education. 

Listing skills is not the same as listing your work experience. Your skills should be relevant to the job you're applying for.

Your resume in a job application is essentially the document that’s going to market you to potential employers.

Your resume should start with a "headline summary." It is a very brief summary of what you have to offer as a job candidate. It should be less than two sentences:

If you're applying to a job online, make sure you stand out to the hiring staff and to the computer program that sorts applications.

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