[ID:0376]The goal when organizing jobs and job descriptions is to bring the employer's attention to your strengths and personality.
If your jobs are grouped, organized and written to support a career objective, you are doing the analytical work for the recruiter, and steering them to think of you in terms that you have developed to match the employer's ideal profile.
One of the most powerful strategies when writing an international resume is to group similar experiences together and guide the reader to focus more on those items that support your objective. There are many ways to accomplish this. Below are a few important examples of how grouping similar experiences together greatly improves the impact of your past work experience.
Don't hesitate to use these grouping techniques for organizing other sections of your resume: Education, Volunteer Experiences, Publications, Conferences, Foreign Travel, etc.
Group Professional and Summer Jobs Separately
Most students graduate with a wide range of job experiences...