22 Examples of Certificates in Resume Education Sections

If you have certificates or credentials you want to list on your resume, where should you list them? The two most common places are: In the Education section (see examples below), OR In a Certifications section (see Examples of Resume Certifications Sections) Both ways of listing certificates are correct, so you can choose whichever one...more »

7 Examples of Resumes With Certification Sections

There are a few ways to list certifications on a resume. To figure out which is best for your resume, think about how many certifications you want to list and how relevant they are to your job objective. Do you want to shine a spotlight on them, or simply list them on your resume? Also...more »

College Coursework But No College Degree in Resume Education Section

If you went to college but didn't complete your degree program, how should you handle that no-college-degree issue in the Education section of your resume? You most likely want to get credit for having attended college without highlighting that you didn't receive a degree. And you definitely should not lie on your resume — for example,...more »

Tattoos on Your Resume... Isn't That Kinda Personal?

Why on earth would you ever mention anything about having (or not having) tattoos on your resume? Isn't it a "rule" not to include such personal info on your professional resume? Yes, that is the rule of thumb, and I usually stand by that rule, but when I reviewed Jane's resume, I saw a benefit...more »

93 Examples of What a Resume Heading Format Should Look Like

Because your resume may be your first chance to make a good impression on a recruiter or employer, and your resume heading is at the very top of your resume, you'll want to have a heading that looks professional and contains all the right info. Check out these examples of what a resume heading should...more »

Examples of What Info Goes in a Resume Heading

Your resume heading is important and should contain all the necessary info for an employer or recruiter to contact you. It's also helpful in some cases for that info to convey a little more about you, such as where you live (for example, what state or area within that state). Depending on your comfort level...more »

Should I Use .doc or .docx Word File Format for My Resume and Cover Letter?

For a long time I recommended sending your resume or cover letter formatted as a .doc file, with the .doc extension; for example, susan-ireland-resume-technical-support.doc. Well, times have changed, and I now recommend sending your resume or cover letter formatted as a .docx file, with the .docx extension; for example, susan-ireland-resume-technical-support.docx. Also see: Should I Send...more »

Should I Send My Resume as a PDF or Word File Format?

The question of whether to send your resume as a PDF or Word file has become more important over the last few years. Many job seekers prefer to send their resumes as a PDF because the formatting is not likely to get scrambled when the document is transferred from one computer to another. However, some...more »

Do I Really Need a Summary Section on My Resume?

I know, I know. The Summary section on your resume takes up valuable space on the page. Including this section on your resume might seem unimportant, irrelevant, or a waste of precious space. So when job seekers ask me, “Do I really need to include a Summary section on my resume?” I almost always answer:...more »

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