Hey, guys. So I've been searching the forums for some resume advice and the majority of it is geared toward new grads. I think that's great; I was in the same boat once and I think new grads need the most guidance. However, now that I've worked for two years my resume has changed dramatically. Seeing as how the only resume I've ever written was from a new grad perspective, I could use some updated advice. I have a few questions and some might seem a little trivial so forgive me: 1.) Do I really need an objective?2.) Should education come before or after employment experience?3.) Do I need to detail my specific duties on the floor that I've been working (cardiac step-down) or can I be general and brief?4.) How far back should I go with awards and the like? Would awards that I received in nursing school still be applicable?5.) Where should I list my overseas medical work? I've gone on two medical mission trips - one as a nursing student and one as an RN. Should I create a section entitled "Volunteer Experience?"6.) Should it be kept at one page in length? Thanks in advance, everyone!