If you have publications that you want to include on your resume, you have several options. Which one you choose depends on how important publication is to the position for which you're applying. You can present publications in a separate section, in the resume body, in an add-on, or on a separate page. When you want to show you are as good as you say you are, then listing your publications in their own section is a good choice. Don't list every single publication, instead choose the top 3-5 most impressive, and most relevant, titles and include only those. Sometimes the goal isn't to showcase the publications, but rather to let employers know that you're published. In this case, you can add a short paragraph after the work history section. Simply state what publications your work has appeared in. Another option is to incorporate a tasteful add-on. Use a text box to set publications off from other information in the resume. Place add-ons on the lower third of the page so they stand out without detracting from other sections. In some careers, publications are essential to chances of getting hired. When this is the case, you may want to include your publications in a separate document of their own. Whatever you decide, LiveCareer
can help you do it right.