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Product manager resume

Showcase your qualifications and experience to potential employers

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About the PM resume template

Searching for a new job can be time-consuming, especially if your resume is out of date. But it is worth the time and effort to make your resume shine — helping you stand out against other candidates going for the same role.

This template includes everything you need to build a solid resume — with sections for your objectives, work experience, education and certificates, and additional skills. Once you have the basics filled out, you can easily create copies and customize them for each role or company you are targeting.

Be sure to highlight specific accomplishments that demonstrate your impact on product development, such as successful product launches, revenue growth, or improvements in customer happiness. Maintain its clean, well-organized format so your resume is easy to read. A results-driven, well-structured resume will better capture the attention of hiring teams.

Best practices

Best practices

It is worth customizing the details of your resume for each application or job opportunity.

  1. Distill your objectives Highlight your career goals and why you are a good fit for the position. Summarize what makes your experience unique, why it is applicable to the role you are applying for, and how you will contribute to the organization's success.

  2. Highlight specific accomplishments Capture your work experience, summarizing your responsibilities for each role. Quantify your achievements where possible (e.g., "Increased monthly active users by 20%") to show your ability to drive results.

  3. Go beyond the basics Include relevant certificates you have earned and any industry-specific skills. For example, you could list product development methodologies (e.g., SAFe®), software tools (e.g., Aha! Roadmaps, Jira), and disciplines (e.g., UX design, data analysis) you have experience with.

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