Sample Resumes

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Executive Management Professional Technical Creative Graduate

Executive

Managment Resume Sample

Renatta Westhaus
Sr. Marketing Director

Managment Resume Sample

Carl Rackie
CTO / CIO

Managment Resume Sample

Albert Ellington
VP Communications

Management

Managment Resume Sample

Sandeep Rajani
Sr. Project Manager

Managment Resume Sample

Michael Nakatomi
Mortgage Lending

Managment Resume Sample

Melissa Sellman
Marketing Manager

Professional

Managment Resume Sample

Mario Esperanza
Innovation Strategist

Managment Resume Sample

Allen Costello
Senior Sales Rep

Managment Resume Sample

Sherry Simmons
Technical/Marketing Writer

Technical

Managment Resume Sample

Kyle Thompson
Technical Consultant

Managment Resume Sample

Mike Sawicki
Software Engineer

Managment Resume Sample

Rob Morris
Software Engineer

Creative

Creative Resume Sample

Jeff Hogan
Graphic Designer

Creative Resume Sample

Ellen Batiste
Massage Therapist

Creative Resume Sample

Daria Peters
Architect

Graduate

Graduate Resume Sample

Dawn Duggan
Business Marketing

Graduate Resume Sample

Felicia Fulmer
Liberal Arts Major

Graduate Resume Sample

Kaylee Millman
Counselor


Choosing the Right Format

It's not merely about aesthetics.

One-size-fits-all word processing templates and resume builders fail to take into consideration your unique constellation of attributes, nor do they address your audience's wish list.

An effective resume format will direct the readers' eye to your most impressive qualifications which can include keywords and phrases such as job titles, employer names, client names, work departments, longevity of employment, industries served, software tools, and functional skills.

You may also choose to highlight longer stretches of text such as objectives, qualifications summaries, specific accomplishment statements, job responsibilities, and educational content (e.g. special projects, leadership roles, and awards).

In deciding which parts of your resume to emphasize, remember, your preference certainly matters but your prospective employer's preference matters much more. Do you know what they're looking for?

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