Applying for a position in Risk Management? Use the above resume sample as a guide when writing yours. It uses the Chrono-Functional Resume Format, leading with a resume objective statement followed by the applicant’s skills at the top in a bullet point format – ‘Areas of Experience’. Post grabbing the readers attention with the skills, the resume dives into the Professional Experience with the bulk of information covering the most current position. Next are the “Achievements”, listing education last. One last thing to note is the custom name / graphic at the top with the applicant’s contact information (page 1 of resume) – this helps the resume stand out from the others, a great technique so long as you make it professional.
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