Mention that you're writing your resume, and you're sure to find yourself surrounded by people anxious to offer advice (much of it conflicting): Jazz it up with graphics and color. Keep it conservative. Limit the entries to your most recent and relevant work experiences. Don't leave anything out—you never know what might catch someone's eye.
We're not here to offer more rules. But we do have some ideas about what makes a resume stand out. Here are some pointers drawn from years of reading resumes written by professionals in the logistics and supply chain field:
Editor's note: This is the second of a four-part series on job hunting. Next month: Networking. Last month: Landing your dream job.