People at college / university would normally list their education / qualifications before their career history / work experience - please see for how to put a resume together for a school / college / university student. In the following section of this free resume outline article we will build on this basic resume outline by telling you the sort of things that can go in each section of your resume.
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In this free resume outline example you will find that there is a logical order to the different sections of your resume. For example, many people put details of their education on the first page. Yet this is only required if you have just left university or college. If you have been working for a while and looking for your third or fourth job in your career, even your second job if you were in your first one for a time, then this information is far more crucial to an employer than what degree you did. You can of course say that you are "Degree Educated" or "MBA Qualified" in the Profile. But in terms of ordering the information, get it right or pay the price. Ensure your Career History starts on the first page, otherwise recruiters and HR managers with 20 seconds to scan your resume, will flick straight to the next one in their inbox.