Different Resume Types and Example

Firstly, we should express what resume is. Resume is a document which is prepared to be taken attention of an employer, Human Resources Specialist or a manager intended for that job and aimed company.

Resume should be prepared specially for each application. It is the most important document which will create the best chance to be accepted for the job. You show your skills and abilities, experiences, academic background, etc. to your future employer in your resume.

Resume is a personal document so you have to prepare it yourself. You should have enough time and energy to write your resume. The important points in a resume are:

  • Which skills do I have?
  • Which strengths do I have?
  • Why should they accept me for that job and position?
  • How characteristics does the company look for?
  • What is my ideal position? Can I work alone or as teamwork?

Order of A Resume

  1. What is my aim? How responsibility do I look for?
  2. Summary of my skills and information.
  3. Summary of my experiences.
  4. My educational backgrounds, my studies.
  5. My information about PC.
  6. Foreign languages.
  7. Other information which I want to emphasize.

Types of Resume

There are six types of resume. They are;

  1. Chronological Resume: It is mostly used. The order is in this format:
  • Personal Information
  • Career Aim/Profile
  • Educational Background
  • Business/Internship Experience
  • Educations / Conferences
  • Skills
  • Activities/Memberships/Points of Interest
  • References
  1. Functional Resume: In this type of resume, experiences and successes are important. The order is in this format:
  • Personal Information/Profile
  • Business Experience (It should be classified under suitable headings.)
  • Educations / Certificates
  • Educational Background
  • Activities/Memberships/Points of Interest
  • References
  1. Combination Resume: It is both functional and chronological resume. There is an order according to chronological resume but there is a format according to functional resume.
  2. Targeted Resume: Experiences, skills and qualifications are important. If your career aim is specific, you can use this type of resume while you are applying for a specific department of a sector. The order is in this format:
  • Personal Information/Profile
  • Perfections
  • Success
  • Experience
  • Educational Background
  • Skill / Other Information
  • References
  1. Mini Resume: This type of resume includes just your achievements and skills.
  2. Nontraditional Resume: It is a resume which is prepared as a portfolio or a video.

Resume Example

Resume Example
Resume Example-thebalancecareers.com


Resumes Listed According to Jobs

  • Director of Operations
  • Executive
  • Recruiting Manager
  • Administrative Assistant / Office Manager
  • Finance Resume
  • Health Insurance / Finance¬†(for a Candidate with a Military Background)
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Front End Web Developer
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Information Technology
  • Social Media Manager
  • Software Engineer
  • Web Developer
  • Admissions Counselor
  • Athletic Director
  • Librarian
  • Social Worker
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Teacher
  • Tutor
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Physical Therapist
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Construction
  • Electrician
  • Engineer
  • Plumber
  • Event Planner
  • Freelancer
  • Photographer
  • Professional Writer
  • Writer / Copy Editor
  • Writing and Marketing
  • Culinary / Restaurant
  • Customer Service
  • Hair Stylist
  • Hotel Staff
  • Retail
  • Wait Staff
  • Camp Counselor
  • College Graduate
  • High School Resume
  • Part-Time Job Resume
  • Summer Sales Associate

A Resume Format (Standard Format)

  1. Personal data
  • Name
  • Local address
  • Permanent address
  • Phone number
  • E-mail address
  • Web page (if appropriate)
  • Student ID
  • Level and Plan
  1. Current work objective
  2. Special skills & qualities related to objective
  • Refer to your skills analysis from Section 1
  • Languages
  • Computer skills, etc.
  • Certificates received
  1. Education
  • Subjects related to your objective
  • Samples of best work in classes related to your objective (e.g., team or individual projects)
  • Other significant facts (e.g., honors, awards, credentials, achievements)
  1. Work experience
  • Employer
  • Length of employment
  • Position
  • Accomplishments
  • Samples of best work if relevant
  1. Volunteer work, community involvement, association memberships
  • Organization
  • Length of involvement
  • Role
  • Accomplishments
  • Samples of best work if relevant
  1. Publications, presentations & reports
  2. Activities & interests
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Positions of responsibility you have held
  • Athletic accomplishments
  • Range of general interests

Important Notes:

  1. A resume should take just for one page.
  2. It should be written in PC.
  3. Don’t write your characteristics which are not related to the job application which you apply for.
  4. After you write your resume, proofread and edit it again. Maybe you have grammar, spelling or punctuation marks mistakes.
  5. Your sentences should be short and brief. You have to describe yourself so clearly.
  6. If you write a resume which is well prepared, it makes your ready for the job interview. While you are writing information, you can have chance to keep them in your mind. You can be sure yourself in the job interview.
  7. You should keep your resume both short and long. What is it? Keep short your words but don’t be shy to write your experiences, qualifications, etc. Write your successes lonely and energetically. Don’t forget that your experiences, your references and your academic background can open new opportunities for you.