A Resume Format for Everyone Who Has a Lot of Work Experience
Companies search for people who can perform daily jobs fast and bring profitable results. Whether you have no working experience, three years or 10+ years of experience, recruiters still search for the most relevant candidate.
More than ten years of experience show robust knowledge. On top of that, relevant career experience is excellent proof that a new employee will perform his/her new role professionally. However, if you write about your 10+ years of career duties and responsibilities, your resume will be longer than a single page. As a result, you might lose focus.
Avoid writing about all your career duties. Identify the best career achievements that you can prove with numbers and forget about earlier career tasks which have no relevance to the current situation. Target your experience at the job position and, most importantly, fit all your experience on one page.
If you can't fit all your 10+ years' job accomplishments on one page, delete unrelated or repetitive information. If you had three positions at the same company, squeeze all of your experience under the most recent highest position.
A resume that is too long is complicated, hard to read and unfocused. Show only your relevant experience, and your targeted resume will make the most impact.