The following resume for a Programmer reflects an objective and a traditional chronological order for someone that has a mid-level professional work history. This format easily shows his two professional positions and highlights the key components of his specialty in those areas. Chronological order easily shows positions from most recent then descending dates from there. He also worked at two different restaurants during college, however it is important to only include data that is relevant to the position you are applying for. This layout applies, unless there will be a gap in employment dates. If there will be a gap in employment dates, you must use the “Key Points” or “Core Competencies” so as to not highlight your gaps, but focus on your areas of expertise.
(Click On the Image to Enlarge it)