Someone from the Sheridan Career Centre come was invited to our lecture to speak to us about making the best resume. She was helpful in every regard. It was pointed out that we should put our most recent experience first and to list relevant skills. As much as those tip were, some of the tips I've learned from the Professional Development and Career Preparation class were much more helpful and relevant to my specific industry. For example, instead of having a standard resume, it is recommended to have a resume that is individually stylized and made on either Photoshop or InDesign. Also, when highlighting skills, it is best to display them in a graphical format that showcases expertise in a subject that a position is seeking. This gives the resume character and makes the decision process easier for the hiring managerial team.