This resume sample for an Electronics Assembler offers a unique use of the achievement style resume format. This format highlights the job seeker’s skills, rather than his lack of experience or young age.
Let’s take a closer look at this sample resume.
About this Resume Sample
By listing both his present and future job goal at the top of his resume, David (not his real name) lets us know that he has a plan for his career path, and is ready to move forward on it! Let’s see what else he does to create a focused resume.
- Although David does not have a lot of paid work experience, he shows his technical skills, as well as his long-term interest in the field, in the Qualifications section at the top of the resume.
- He also uses Arial, a font that is more common for technical jobs.
- In his Experience section, David provides three bullet points that paint a broad picture of what he has done, followed by sub-points that go into more detail. This helps the reader to “see” David doing this type of work with skill and care.
- By keeping his Employment History at the end of the resume, David is able to downplay his freelance work, his sometimes brief employment, and small gaps between jobs.
- David wisely chooses to keep his resume to one page in length, so that the reader can easily see his skills, and also the fact that David has not yet had a lot of jobs. He does show that he is young and eager to launch into his next job, which will help him move forward toward his target career in Electronics.
Let’s see what else we can find in David’s sample resume.
Sample Resume for Electronics Assembler
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