The Chronological Resume Format (or Reverse-Chronological) is the most common resume format and the one you have
probably come across before. The name is long, but the premise is simple: list
all your jobs in chronological order, ordered from most recent to oldest.
To capitalise on this type of layout, make sure you include the following details for each job:
This format is suitable for jobseekers at all levels, and anyone who can answer “Yes!” to these questions:
As popular as the reverse-chronological format is, it is not a one size fits all solution. You might want to give it a miss if:
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