The list is divided into sections, just like your resume, to group the related headers together for easy reference.
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Objectives, Summaries and Goals
Summary of Qualifications
My new resume includes a section called "THINGS I CAN PRETEND TO DO".
— Paula Pell (@perlapell) May 19, 2016
Work and Employment
Career Related Experience
[Industry] Experience – replace [Industry] with the name of yours, such as ‘Accounting Experience’
Education and Training
Education and Training
Course Project Experience
Related Course Projects
Activities and Honors
Skills, Expertise and Proficiencies
One of my friends put "memes" under the languages spoken section of her resume as a joke and submitted it bc she forgot to change it im cry
— Trevor ☭ (@trevcommie) June 29, 2016
Areas of Experience
Areas of Expertise
Areas of Knowledge
Career Related Skills
Software (as in, ‘software you are familiar with’)
Language Competencies and Skills
Achievements and Accomplishments
I accidentally just submitted a resume that had "putting in eye drops while driving an automobile 75+ mph" in the achievements section
— Garrett Kruger (@DGKrug_) July 6, 2016
Current Research Interests
Thesis / Theses
Awards and Recognition
can i put "notable knight: courage" on my resumé under the awards section
— fiona kelly (@FIONZ_) July 3, 2016
Credibility and Proof
Writing Samples – as in, ‘where to find them’
Websites – as in, ‘Created’ or ‘Designed’)
Social Media Profiles
Availability – as in, ‘when I will be available’ if you’re currently unavailable (e.g. student) but need to apply in advance
Fell asleep before the plane even took off. Can I add that to my skills section on my resume?
— Camden Scott (@cammiescott) May 10, 2016
Did you notice that the following weren’t in the list?
That’s because none of these sections should appear on your resume unless you have a very specific reason to add them, and I don’t mean ‘as filler to make it a whole page.’
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