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Résumé Types & Styles:

Chronological Resumes present information in a timeline approach. Typically, the most recent work or educational experience is listed first, followed by the next most recent.

This is the most common type of resume. It illustrates how you have made progress towards your career objective through your employment history.

This type of resume is best if you have demonstrated experience within your desired career field. It highlights the positions you have held and the companies for which you have worked.

Chronological Resumes Types and Styles
Resume Types and Styles, Chronological Resume


  • Many employers and recruiters expect and prefer this format
  • Employers can easily scan chronological resumes
  • Provides a straightforward history of your work experiences




  • Can demonstrate a lack of work experience
  • Will show any gaps in employment history
  • Employers can guess your age if you include older experiences


If you prepare a resume without first clearly identifying what your objectives are and how you want to be perceived, your resume will have no focus and no direction. Without the underlying knowledge of "This is who I am and what I have to offer," you do not know what to highlight in your resume. In turn, the document becomes a historical overview of your career and not the sales document it is designed to be. 

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