Maybe you're still not sure how to word something on your own resume or what style and format would look best. Taking a look at how others wrote their resumes can give you some good ideas. This appendix provides you with several sample resumes for jobs in various fields.
These are real resumes from real people who submitted their resumes to get real jobs; names and other information have been altered.
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The Advanced Paralegal Resume is an example of a combination resume, which shows 13 years of experience.
The Bookkeeper Resume is an example of a chronological resume, which focuses on eight years of experience.
The Chef Resume (two pages) is an example of a chronological resume that shows several years of relevant experience.
The Contractor Resume (two pages) is also an example of a chronological resume that shows several years of relevant experience.
This version of the Nurse Resume is an example of a cyber-safe chronological resume. It only shows a few years of relevant experience and limits identifying personal information.
The Fashion Designer Resume is an example of a modern chronological resume for a recent college graduate.
The Paralegal Resume is an example of an entry-level chronological resume.
The Teacher Resume is an example of a combination resume that focuses on relevant skills rather than work history.