August 3, 2007, Newsletter Issue #38: Entry Level Resumes For Accounting Job Opportunity

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The main difference between an entry level resume and experienced level resume is the placement of the education section.

Entry level resumes are the standardized resume except for education being listed first, generally. That is, if the education was completed within the last couple of years. If the education was completed ten years ago, list it near the bottom of the resume.

On an entry level resume with education being completed ten years ago, list your qualifications and skills in bulleted points after the Objective statement. This will highlight your skills to the potential employer. Your education will be noticed, but your skills and qualifications will be more important.

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