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CV by experience

When you begin the arduous task of resume writing, the experience section is one of the most important parts to work on. This section provides detailed information about your employment history. This is the real heart of your resume sample, and the more years you are an employer, the more decisions you have to make about what to include and to leave off in this section.

Ideally, you want this section in your resume to demonstrate your growth in the job sector. Over the course of your career so far, you’ve most certainly added skills, experiences, and responsibility. The experiences section will give your recruiter a clear idea of who you are as an employee.

List companies you worked for, dates of employment, the positions you held, and a bulleted list of your responsibilities and achievements. Even internships or temporary jobs, as long as they’re relevant, can be included. For candidates with more than 5 years worth of experience, just choose jobs that are related to the field you’re applying for. Entry-level candidates should include as many experiences as possible while emphasizing the skills that match the job listing.

For your responsibilities and tasks, avoid the mistake of simply listing them all.  You want to use this section to showcase your abilities and accomplishments. Use resume action words and focus on highlighting how you helped the company solves its problems and achieve its goals.

It’s all about how you present the information. It’s also OK to leave out jobs that don’t fit the story you’re trying to tell the hiring manager.