Aug 20, 2018 - 05:16 PM
First of all, it is important for you to realize that references should usually not be on your resume. This is a common misconception, but most employers do not want to see references on the resume. If they need references, they usually ask for them during the interview stage. However, you may occasionally see a hiring manager request references with the initial application. This is the only time you should include this information with your resume.
So how do you create it? Check our examples to see a good reference list in action. We recommend including the information on a separate page than the rest of your resume. This allows you to include all the information you need to without running out of space. Remember that you should always contact the potential references first to ask for permission to use them as a reference.