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If you’re looking for a new job, you may find that writing a resume can be a little bit daunting.  There are so many different formats and styles that it can be overwhelming at times as far as which resume to send in to that potential employer.  Fortunately, sample resumes are available for you to look at in order to get a better idea of what you want your own resume to look like.  These sample resumes are not meant to be copied obviously, but are there to serve as a guideline and an example so you have a template to follow.  Several office related computer programs and word processing programs also contain sample resumes that you can actually use, and just plug in your own information where the program has data already pre-filled in.  There are also websites that provide a guide and sample resumes you can look at to get a better idea of how you want your resume to look.

Many people claim that each field of work requires a different type of resume.  This is because employers are looking for certain types of experience depending on the open position.  There are some excellent resume samples available for a wide variety of fields you can look at to get a clearer picture of what the employer is looking for.  There are also a lot of differing opinions on what a good resume looks like, so do your homework.  Some people feel that no resume should be longer than one typewritten page, while others feel that the more pages you submit the more experience it shows.  Look for resume samples from reliable sources so you know you’re following a good template.  You may even want to try and create several different ones from many samples and then read them over and choose which one you feel the most comfortable with after they’re all completed.

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