Are you making this common resume mistake?

What’s most important to you on your resume (it makes sense, you spent a lot of time and money earning that degree!):

What’s most important to employers (they don’t need a degree, they need evidence you have the skills to do the job):

When formatting your resume, put ego aside. While the document is about you, it’s for the benefit of the employer. The first thing they want to know is what you’ve done and where you’ve done it.

Make it easy to hire you. List your experience first.