One of the most important parts of your resume is the experience section.
This is where you share detailed information about your work and volunteer history.
In this video, you will add your work experience to your resume draft.
There are many different types of experience that could be relevant. Think about the jobsand volunteer positions you have had in the past. Perhaps you helped a relative who wasmoving to a new town. You could highlight your organizational skills in your resume.
Or maybe you collected donations for a charity in a community yard sale. Youcould list fundraising as part of your experience. In a resume, experience is listed with the mostrecent positions at the top. So list your work experience now, with your most recent job first.
Fill in the company or organization name, the location,your position or job title, and the dates you worked there.
You will add descriptions of each job in the next video.
Continue adding positions until you have at least three work,volunteer, or other relevant experiences listed.
If you need to reorder the list, highlight the text you want to move. Then, cut it.
Place your cursor in the document where you want the information moved. Then, paste it in.
Don’t worry if the formatting or spacing isn’t perfect. This is just a draft,you can correct errors later. Once you have at least threeexperiences on your resume draft, move on to the next video to add descriptions for each role.
Now, it’s your turn: Fill in your work, volunteer, and other relevantexperience, with your most recent position first. Include the company or organization name,the location, your role, and the dates you worked there.
And use cut and paste to organize your experience with the most recent position first.