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Content and sections of your resume

Sequence of resume information

The order and content of everyone's resume does not have to be the same. However, formats are somewhat standardized so that employers can easily find the information they seek. After your heading, sequence the information on your resume from most important to least important with regard to supporting your career objective.

Head your resume with this information:

Download Sample Resumes

Download resume samples:
All samples are MS Word documents; each link opens a new browser window; you can use any sample as a template for your own resume if you wish.

Federal government sample resume: fictional Virginia Tech junior
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Silva — B.S. student, seeking co-op position; hasn't yet had career-related experience to list on resume.

Gimble — B.A. student seeking internship; features "related employment and college activities" section; "other employment" listed without details.

McWellen — B.S. candidate; resume features course work and lab skills.

Barbour — B.A. candidate; features study abroad, language skills, "related" and "other" experience sections.

Constantine — B.S. candidate; features details on student organization leadership role.

Sorvino — B.S. candidate; features "related" and "other" experience sections; skills other than computer skills.

Walsh — B.A. candidate with coursework outside major that supports the objective; includes language skills.

Kelly — B.A. candidate; skills-based resume format.

Matthews — B.Arch. candidate; features design skills and study abroad.

Neilson — B.S. candidate; features a course project detailed.

Neilson scannable resume — same as above in strictly scannable format.

Vandeveer — M.S. completed, plus 2 years of professional experience; features qualifications summary, appropriate for experienced professional.

Arnez — M.A.Ed. candidate with teaching objective.