impressive resume formats

Wednesday, November 20th 2019. | resume

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impressive resume formats

Everyone knows how important a good CV is. Without a well-made CV, you can say goodbye to this job. Your resume is basically the key to the door, a good one gives you the interview and the opportunity to personally impress. A bad guy ends up in the bin with their hopes of getting the job.

Therefore, of course, the format of the CV is very important. You may think that this is an obvious statement, but you would be amazed at how many resumes I read have no structure or format. Here’s your advantage, because you do not know how important the format of the resume is, and you take time to do research and put together an award-winning CV. LAW!

With OK you can continue with the format. You only have one chance to make that first impression. First, make a list of everything you want to include in your resume. Do not edit the list at this time, but bring everything to paper. With this information, you can customize your CV for each employer.

Continue format.

Contact information. (Important, we want potential employers to get in touch.)

First name last name (no problems here, so far so good)


City, State, Zip Code

Target (technically optional, but in my opinion essential)

Do not think that you can write a CV and submit it with every application. A curriculum vitae must be prepared taking into account the employer. Tell them what you can bring to this particular job. It only has to be a few sentences long, but it will help you stand out from the crowd.

Career Highlights / Qualifications

This section shows the employer that your skills and qualifications are exactly what the job requires. Adjust accordingly. It is not good to list a whole page of qualifications that describe exactly how well you play the piano when you are looking for a job as a truck driver. List the key achievements and abilities relevant to the position you are applying for.


This is the section of your resume that lists your work history. It is not essential to list every job you have ever had, but to spend more time on the jobs that are relevant to the job you are applying for. It’s a good idea to add a list of responsibilities and achievements for each job.


This section speaks for itself. List the schools / colleges you attended and the awards you have received. Also mention special awards or honors you have received.


Include all skills related to the position or professional field you are applying for. Speak a second language? Enter it here. Computer or IT skills are always good to list.


These are checked so that you can not think of it. You’ll be surprised how many people believe they will never be checked. Not correct!

I think it’s a good idea to list your references separately so that your CV looks clear.

There you have it a basic resume format. Stay with it and get the job of your dreams. Remember, a few hours for your resume are worth the effort.