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Resume Examples

Resume examples

Your resume is a short summary of all your qualifications. The definition "to summarize". Your resume will describe you and describe what you can do.

It will include your professional expertise and all your volunteer experience, special talents you may have, your education and some of your main accomplishments. Our examples are offered to help you identify the way your own resume will look, after you edit it with your own information.

Let's start with the three examples below. They are blank (no information filled in). You can edit these with your information right into the example.

You will have 3 formats when you are done, The chronological example, the functional example, and the combination example. You decide what is best after you see your end result of entering your own job history.

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Chronological Free Blank Resume template

Functional Resume template

Combination Resume template

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Automotive Mechanic
Bank Teller
Construction Laborer
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Travel Agent
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Customer Service
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These are a few of the many resume examples you will find on this website. I like the format they all have. They all have a look of professionalism, and display your skills and past work history experience in a great way.

The information will look great and organized, so the hiring manager doesn't have to do it for you. When you first look at your completed resume, your qualifications are all in order giving the employer what they are looking for--organization.

After all, that's what you want in your resume, and once you edit any of these examples with your own information they will look even better than the examples.

These free resume examples are very useful so you already have the idea of what your finished resume is going to look like. That will help you because now you have a heads up.

Some people like to use the Chronological format some the functional and some use the combination for the catch all of it effect. You may like functional.

Whatever looks and describes you the best is what you should use. If you decide on downloading one of the free examples, let me know how you like the picture background on #3 by visiting our
contact us page. I want to hear your comments so I can improve what you would like to see on this website.

Joe Thurston-Owner of Resumes Cover Letters

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