Question by Joan, HR Professional
asked on 2020-11-12

I noticed different career coaches provide different advice as to where education on a resume should go. Since my Master's is fairly recent, I was told when I first earned it (and even about a month prior) to put the Masters (Education) at the top of resume. I had an HR career coach recently review my resume and they advised my education go on page 2. While I know there isn't necessarily a right or wrong, conflicting "advice" from professionals can be confusing. What is your advice on this?