Combination Resume Sample: Customer Service Representative

Here's a resume sample for a Customer Service Representative. I took the functional version of this resume (see Functional Resume Sample for a Customer Service Representative) and turned it into a combination resume. Why? Because in today's job market, functional resumes are not well received. And the combination format can handle all the issues Lionel (not his real name) was concerned about.

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About This Combination Resume Sample for a Customer Service Representative

Here's what this combination resume example achieves:

  • A career change from court reporting to customer service is what Lionel wants to achieve. That's why he used a combination resume format.
  • Lots of short-term jobs are grouped under one job heading to lessen the look of job hopping.
  • Skill headings within the work chronology help the employer see at a glance that Lionel has been using customer service skills in his court reporting jobs.
  • He has no college degree, but Lionel has lots of training in his former field. He lists this training to fill out his Education & Certifications section to show that he is educated and completes programs he starts.

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Combination Resume Example Customer Service Representative

This resume was written or critiqued by a member of Susan Ireland's Resume Team. For more tips on how to write a resume, go to 10 Steps: How to Write a Resume.

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