The standard resume format is suitable for most job applicants, and contains sections for your general profile,
previous employment history, education and general skills.
Your personal and contact details are obviously neccessary for every CV you write.
This section should be used to provide a short, sharp summary of your skills and experience,
targetted towards the job you are applying for.
Enter a short paragraph summary of your profile, and a list of your key achievements and skills.
This section should include all relevant employment you have had, as well as, with less detail, most other
jobs, in reverse chronological order.
Use this section to list your educational history. Provide information on the what, where, and when of what you know.
Use this section to provide recruiters with a brief "at-a-glance" outline of your main skills. You can list different
types of skill separately - for example, languages spoken, IT skills, etc.