Oracle Developer Resume: Writing Tips – Organization

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Should I use a chronological or a functional resume?

Oracle Developer Resume: Writing Tips – Organization

When creating an Oracle developer resume, organization of the resume is important, as it tells the reader that you are an organized person—a skill that is important as a developer. A better organized resume also shows that you have the communication skills necessary to do the job.

An effective resume states an objective or summary at the top. An objective is usually one or two lines explaining what you expect out of a position. If you have extensive experience, a summary may be more beneficial to you. The summary should state how many years of experience you have in software development and should outline your best skills, i.e. area of expertise, area where you have the best working knowledge and what new skills you are learning (if any). It should also give a one-sentence summary of your communication and interpersonal skills. Additional skills and education can be added in separate sections, then you can fill in your present and previous employment.

This type of functional resume highlights your skills rather than your work history. By putting the skill at the top of the resume, you save the reader time because he does not have to pick out the skills listed under various employers.



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