Jan 21, 2019 - 03:09 PM
One of the things to take into account when deciding what to include and what to leave out on the work section of your resume is the length of the whole document. Always keep in mind that your resume should not extend two pages long.
Since you have similar positions, make sure to include details that are specific to each experience and keep in mind that you should include details that match the position you are applying for. List jobs you've had in the last 10 -15 years, no older, and focus on your significant accomplishments in those positions. You can find more information on Livecareer’s article about how to write your resume work experience section.
One final tip is to avoid big gaps in employment history. List other things you did during periods of unemployment in an "Other Experience" section. If you took classes or gained certifications while unemployed, include that as well.