Aug 10, 2018 - 01:28 PM
There are two factors that determine whether or not you should include awards in your resume. The first is the award itself. Some awards look really good on a resume and some do not.
The second factor is all the other information on your resume. If you have enough work experiences and skills you want to describe, there may not be room for your awards. You need to evaluate what information is most important to employers. Sometimes, an award will paint a better picture than a certain job in your work history. Other times, work experience is the most important aspect you can describe.
There are two ways to include this information in your resume. You can either create a new section for your awards, or mention them in the experience, education, or qualifications sections. The section you include your award in depends on the nature of the award.