When creating your resume, it is important to pay attention to small details such as font, capitals, bold letters or words, text boxes and so on. So, how do you know what to use to emphasize specific information on your resume?
Since your resume is to communicate the value you bring to the table for potential employers, express the validity instead of adding “no kidding” information. Most of the time your previous work experience will be the most important part of your resume, so include it first. The same holds true for describing your experience or skills, list the most important ones first.
You want to ensure that your resume is easy to read so use fonts that are large enough. By no means am I saying use 18+ size fonts but a good rule of thumb would be size 11 or 12 and Arial and Times are good choices of font styles for your resume.