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In modern resumes,
subheadings are used to separate and prioritize essential
information as it pertains to the current job search.
They also serve as visual cues to the hiring manager
that one section has ended and another begun.
Subheadings can be
be underscored for added emphasis:
set off by horizontal lines:
Subheadings to Consider
Using on a Modern Resume:
- Summary of Qualifications
- Career Accomplishments
- Computer Skills
- Professional Experience
or Work History
- Specialized Training
Order of Subheadings
In all modern
resumes, information is prioritized according to importance,
with the most relevant pieces -- as they relate to the current
job search -- appearing first.
if you were a recent graduate with an academic, rather than
a work-related, background in your chosen field, Education
would precede Professional Experience.
On the other hand, if you have had several years
of solid work experience in your field, the Professional
Experience would come first.
key is always to highlight the most relevant data.