How to write a resume
When it comes to resumes, not all information is relevant or necessary. In this section, find out the steps behind writing your resume and how you need to fill in the various parts of your resume from your opening statement, work history and education and training.
Choosing the resume format for you
Before anything else, you need to choose the resume layout that suits your experiences and the job you are applying for.
Here are the 3 top resume formats to get you started:
- Reverse Chronological - list your work experience starting with your most recent position
- Functional - emphasises your skills and abilities, not employment history and dates
- One page career summary - A targeted snapshot presented as a single page career summary
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