Time for me to mention Marty Poirier's resume.
I looked it up when I was hired at age 42 (at the mid of land arch schooling after I'd quit the medical lab, 2nd career so called) as the all around helper. This was an odd position. I was paid pebbles per week. The designers did not frown at me, were helpful (I wasn't bad in school). The head of the company sent me out to photo shoot a pre-park situation and, as I heard later, said, who is this woman, these are good..
I made ******* coffee. (I'd run labs before). I filed. I drew - which was fun, I drew six foot long presentation drawings very fast.
Anyway, as part of my job of helping the secretary (the name then and she was mildly officious) file, I ran into the resume thicket.
I found some neat ones, but Marty's was best. He used markers and graphics for a slap shot resume, the kind of thing I think all of you would just toss.
He was up, far up, there in the company when I met him and did well on his own later, far as I know. I think he was the mind behind the Getty gardens, as I saw his name on serious plans backing up whatsisname, Irwin.
Submissions may vary. In the case of design firms, those may have differing biases.