A chronological resume is designed to present your career information by date, listing your most recent position first, and then working backwards ten years. This type of resume stresses the positions you have held and the companies where you have worked. Recruiters and hiring managers tend to like this resume format because it's easy to read, and it demonstrates the job seekers' continuous career growth. In addition, it quickly uncovers any inconsistencies. It is logical, straightforward, and it answers many of the recruiterâ€™s questions before an interview has been scheduled.
The chronological resume is most appropriate when you:
Make sure that you use the correct resume format for your job application. It could be the deciding factor that helps obtain an interview and, maybe, the job of your dreams.
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