With at least ten years’ experience behind you, your resumé has become your most important career document. It must reflect all the commitment you have made to your career and the achievements that now make you marketable.
Do not include reasons for leaving a job in your resumé.
Unless you are considering a complete change of career, the chronological form of resumé is probably the preferred format. An accurate description of past and current responsibilities together with your record of achievements is critical – what you do now, and have done in the past, are the key elements of your ...