Format Sample / December 5, 2018 / Mai Morin
A resume is the first impression a prospective employer has of you. And different employers prefer different types of resumes. There may be some who are very old school and prefer a plain piece of paper on one page. Others may appreciate a bit of creativity. If you do not get a job because your resume was too flashy because you used a classic design instead a plain paper perhaps that job is not the best match for you. If you are the type of person who prefers to add a bit of pizazz to your work perhaps you are best working for an employer who will appreciate that quality rather than one who will continue to hold you back.
Take a look at a resume format sample. You can find hundreds of these samples on the web. These samples are available for a variety of professions. Executive resumes - those used for people looking for six-figure jobs in the management fields will convey more and different kinds of information than professional resumes - those resumes for people in the white and blue-collar fields who actually do the work! Professional resumes are for people like accountants construction consultants salespeople nurses and so on. Public sector resumes - those used by military people who have separated from the military and are now looking for jobs in government.
As may be expected a format that is meant to be read out loud will look very different from one that is meant to be read. Unfortunately it is not always easy to gain access to a sample press release format for these media outlets. That said one can always try calling the station and see if someone can help out. Regardless of where your press release is going to appear it needs to be formatted properly. If you look at a sample press release format you may be fooled into thinking that the structure is universal. Perhaps it can be said that the parts of a press release are a bit like car parts.