Below are three resume examples that were shown to me at a Resume Building Workshop when I was interning at Norton Rose Fulbright during the summer of 2019:
According to the Resume Building Workshop at Fulbright LLP, Helen Shaw's resume is the LEAST EFFECTIVE of the three resume examples because of its complete and utter lack of organization. In addition, not only does Helen Shaw not detail any previous experiences she's had, but the title/personal information area of her resume needs to be restructured, her profile isn't necessary, the paragraph beneath education isn't accomplishing anything, and all of her grades need to be removed.
According to the Resume Building Workshop at Fulbright LLP, Adam Pash's resume is SOMEWHAT EFFECTIVE because while there is some wasted space, the overall structure is good and appears organized. However, Adam Pash needs to put his education at the top of his resume, delete the unnecessary blurb between his contact information and qualifications, shorten his list of qualifications, and add more detail to his work history by combining his professional experience with his work history.
According to the Resume Building Workshop at Fulbright LLP, Edgar Jimenez's resume is the MOST EFFECTIVE of the three resume examples because of its overall great structure and organization. The title area is on point, the dates/locations/italics/bolds are easy on the eyes, the experience section is very detailed and informative, and the use of bullets instead of paragraphs makes the resume less visually complicated and overwhelming.