You will find a variety of sample resumes for
any job type ranging from Accounting, Banking,
Resources and Web
Design. We also provide
useful tips on the latest resume styles, on how
to write a resume, resume templates and
resume examples. You may navigate through our database
of resumes by clicking on the specific type of resume you would like to see.
e Sample Resume offers you sample resumes that
you can copy and paste
into a word document for personalization.
you begin writing your resume, think about what
message you want to deliver to your prospective
employer. Think about how you can make a great
impression very quickly. One way is to focus on
making your resume your personal marketing tool.
Use creative adjectives to describe your professional
experience and make your achievements stand out.
Often times, job seekers may include all of their
professional work experience and list every single
achievement; do not make this mistake. Focus on
the position you are applying for and list relevant
work experience and relevant achievements. You
may wonder, is an objective statement necessary?
An effective objective statement is very specific
and can be up to 7 words or less. We encourage
the use of an objective statement to clearly identify
what position or industry you want to work in.
References validate your resume and add to your
credibility, however, it is not necessary to include
references on your resume. Have references listed
on a separate sheet of paper ready to submit upon
request from your perspective employer. Remember,
only include information that is relevant to your
position and proofread your resume before submitting
it to your prospective employer – you get one shot
to make a great first impression and earn an interview.
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What is a resume?
Resume is a document that outlines your qualifications,
including but not limited to: Profile, Objective,
Skills, Education, and Professional Experiences
so an employer can see an overview of how you can
contribute to their company. In short, your resume
provides employers with what you can offer them
if they hire you.
In this site, you will find a multitude of sample
resumes, helping you to write a resume in the appropriate
Look at our sample resumes and personalize them
to fit your professional needs. We have used specific
formats for each job type and proven terminology
to provide you with the latest and most successful
free resume sampless. This collection of free sample
resumes is specifically designed for job-seekers
using the Web in your job search.
The following are different types of resumes
we have available for you:
The chronological resume: current or most
recent employer is listed first.
Functional resumes discuss work experience
according to your functional strengths, not the
employers for which you have worked. This type
of resume works well when you want to show employers
what you have done and not who you have worked
The hybrid resume combines the chronological
and functional resumes' approaches.
Candidates or managers with extensive
work experience have an advantage over candidates
with shorter work experience. To increase their
chances of hearing from a potential employer, candidates
with extensive work experience should create a
resume which targets each opportunity.
Plain Text Resume:
Many corporate e-mail systems are sensitive
to attached documents for fears of downloading
a virus. To maximize your chances of having your
resume read, you should paste your resume into
the body of your e-mail message; this will increase
your chances of having it read by HR professionals
and hiring managers.
Professionals who do contract work face
a unique resume challenge: displaying their experience
without looking like a job hopper. By using a Functional
Resume approach, you will ensure that potential
employers will see your commitment to professionalism.
Longer Executive Resume:
Resumes for senior executives will be
two pages minimally and include comprehensive information.
Such candidates have too many employers, accomplishments,
or skill, to cram into just two pages. For these
individuals, the longer executive resume will be
How to write a resume?
Resume writing is a critical task. People are
always confused about resuming writing. They don't
know what to write in a resume and what not to
write. Writing a great resume is based on how well
you can market yourself to potential employers
through choice of words. It does not have to be
just one page in length or follow a specific resume
format. Each resume is a unique representation
of each individual’s professional work experience
and developed skill set. When evaluating what style
of resume to write or what to include in the resume,
always keep in mind the position and company you
are applying to.