In this resume format you list your education and experience in reverse chronological order with your current job or most recent job at the top.
Resume focuses on skills and education and what you have learned from education/job experience and the skills you have developed. It’s good for those who have employment gaps or people new to the job market.
This format blends functional and chronological formats. It helps with highlighting skills and experience as well allowing for experiences to be highlighted based on time completed.
In most cases, you should use 1 inch margins on resumes, although anywhere from ½”- 1” is acceptable. Smaller margins help when needing to fit more information on one page!
Fonts should be professional and easy to read – meaning using common fonts like Times New Roman and Calibri. The size should be between 10 and 12! Here is a list of some of the best fonts to use on your resume:
All information on resume should be divided into clear sections in order to make it easy for employers to scan through and find information they are looking for.
Headings that are necessary for resumes:1. Resume Introduction or Objective – This can be used for a short summary of your job goal.
2. Skills Section or Personal Profile
3. Work and/or Volunteer Experience
4. Education Section
All the details of your work experience should be formatted in concise bullet points that highlight your key accomplishments.
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