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  1. Chronological Resume  A chronological resume starts by listing out your work history, beginning with your most recent position first and continuing in reversechronological order.  To supplementeach position listed, key accomplishmentsand qualificationsare included.  An Education section follows, including the schools you attended and when, degree(s) earned, your major(s)/minor(s), and any honorsorawards received.
  2. Chronological Resume  For new grads: list Education first, then Experience. In addition, you will typically also include a Skills section which will include computer skills, laboratory skills or languages spoken, etc..
  3. Functional Resume  A functional resume focuses more on the skills you have acquired rather than a listing of positions you have held.  Functional resumes usually highlighta few keyareas of experience and list responsibilities and accomplishments foreach experience area.  These skill clusters should be specific and filled with lots of context, as well as targeted to the jobs you are applying for.
  4. Combination Resume  A combination resume is a hybrid of chronological and functional resumes.  Professional skill clusterswith accomplishmentsare listed first, followed by a work history section in reverse-chronological order.  The work history section need only be your job titles held, name and location of the companies, and your datesof employment.
  5. Combination Resume  You do not need to listwhatyou did ateach job because that information is already included in your professional skillssection.
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