July 2, 2010, Newsletter Issue #156: Professional Resumes Job Experience

Tip of the Week

Professional resumes for experienced individuals should lead with job experience, not education. Your job experience is what makes you truly valuable. In many cases, it will outweigh your education anyway.

Employers are more concerned about the job performance of experienced professionals, not their educational background. Putting your education information near the top of your resume is more appropriate for entry-level candidates, so list your degrees and certificates at the end of your professional resume.

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