The prominence of the education section of your resume relates to where you are in your career. If you’re a recent graduate, for example, it makes sense to place education-related information near the top of the document. But as your work history develops, details about your academic career should move toward the bottom.
We recently wrote a blog post reminding job applicants to minimize the number of questions they pose in a resume or cover letter. But you also need to be judicious in your use of the frequently abused exclamation point, which should be reserved for expressing strong emotion.
When full-time mom, part-time freelance designer Crystal Moody felt like she was falling into a creative rut, she found inspiration in the artwork of her youngest child and launched a Year of Creative Habits.