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Transcript of Resumes
By Lydia Cates
Resumes will usually be in chronological order, but people who haven't had any work experience before use functional resumes.
A lawyer defending his client.
An archaeologist uncovering some bones.
What is a Resume?
A resume is a brief written account of personal, educational, and professional qualifications and experience, prepared by an applicant for a job.
Here is an example of a resume of a dancer/choreographer.
Here are some examples of some bad resumes.
Here are some examples of good resumes.
A chronological resume starts by listing your work history, with the most recent position listed first.
Employers typically prefer this type of resume because it's easy to see what jobs you have held and when you have worked at them.
Your jobs are listed in reverse chronological order with your current, or most recent job, first. Your education, skills, and other information are listed after your experience.
Here's an example of the format for a chronological resume.
Nurse taking care of patient.
Picture on a Resume?
Pictures are good on resumes.