Searching for a new job is not a trouble-free task, but, by choosing the best and current resume style specific for new trends you can solve your problem – if you know how your resume style should be organized for the new fashion of the years of 2011 – 2012.

For many years, the customary “chronological” resume has been used where you list your previous jobs and a small number of bullet points of what you did in every job.

Whatever the resume style is, it must contain the following sections:


(Address, Phone, Email)

Summary of Qualifications
This is a three-line paragraph where you glass case your skills and experience as a concise summary before starting the rest of your resume. It works much superior than an out-of-date resume objective.

Relevant Skills
A bullet list of your skills and competencies.

Professional Experience
Here is where you let your upcoming manager know why you are going be the most excellent decision he/she’s ever made. List your experience in a concise manner.

List your high school and college information here as well as any training or certificates you have earned.

Following are the best Resume Styles for 2011 – 2012. Pick your favorite one to make your resume.

Resume Style 2011-2012