Sample Product Manager Resume

Are you in the market for a new Product Management job? Before you apply update your resume with this sample Product Manager resume. However, if you are not sure where to start continue reading.

Elements of a sample product manager resume


Make sure your name, phone number, and email are clear at the top of the page.


Create a short paragraph of your career highlights. Make it easy to read and do not use bullet points. The aim of this summary is to highlight your achievements.

I am aware that some people do not think there is value in adding a summary and that’s ok. Though, remember a summary is not an objective statement.

Employment History

Besides the obvious, name of the company, the dates, and a meaningful title. After that, what you did/ your achievements at the company need to be specific and tailored to the job you are applying for.

Hence, we do not recommend having one resume that you blast out to many open positions.

Product Skills

List out the product skills you have. Separate each skill with a comma (not a vertical list). For example:
Discovery: Interviews, Market Research, Competitor Analysis, Surveys, Experiments, MVP, Success Metrics (AARRR), User personas and Storytelling, Messaging, User Journey, negotiation, process improvement, and feature optimization.

Editable template & review

The Product Angle

As a Live member, you’ll get access to the remaining elements, access to an editable Google document template, and feedback on your resume. To create your own copy:
1. Click File
2. Click Make a copy
3. Edit

Access the sample Product Manager resume here

Please read Statement on Summer of Product

Today Monday, June 01, 2020, was scheduled to be day 1 of 6. Please read our Statement on Summer of Product.

Please read Statement on Summer of Product.

Dear friends,

We are postponing Summer of Product. We don’t have a future date planned as of yet, but it will happen.

When we canceled Product Impact 2020, we all had a common enemy – the coronavirus. The coronavirus brought the world to a standstill, many people faced adversity, loss, and the fear of the unknown. Since then the world came together in support of each other. In a way, it brought us together.

This time it’s different. This time the country is divided.

The actions over the last few weeks are incomprehensible; the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, and Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky.

This past weekend I have seen firsthand friends, families, and neighbors in distress. To be honest, I don’t really know how to process this right now. Living in NYC I am minutes away from the streets that I know and love, seeing them in this light deeply upsets me.

When I first immigrated to the US, I was very excited. I considered myself very fortunate to have this opportunity.

Today things are different – mass shootings, racism, twitter feuds, lack of direction/leadership, etc.

I feel sick just writing this.

What does 2040 look like?

I received an email from my alma mater which quoted former President Obama:

“When incidents like this occur, there’s a big chunk of our fellow citizenry that feels as if because of the color of their ‎skin, they are not being treated the same. And that hurts. And that should trouble all of us. This is not just a black issue. It’s not just a Hispanic issue. This is an American issue that we should all care about. All fair-minded people should be concerned.”

And former President Obama is right. The problems that we must confront belong to all of us. Therefore, we need to own up to them. We have to own them. All of us. Their solutions also need to be owned by everyone, but especially by our leaders and those in positions of authority and influence.


Thank you,

Pradip Khakhar
Founder – The Product Angle

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In this episode of The Product Angle Show, we chat about Marketing with Leo Morejon about marketing and how marketing will change as Corona hits further.

By the end of the session you’ll learn about:
– How marketing will evolve.
– About building trust as a marketer.
– How to do marketing if you are a founder or marketing professionals starting out in their careers.

Marketing with Leo Morejon

About the guest

Leo Morejon is a successful social media marketing and sales leader known for distinctions such as a Guinness World Record for Most Facebook Likes, pioneering real-time marketing while working on campaigns including the Oreo Super Bowl Blackout Tweet, and leading sales enablement at SaaS companies in leadership roles.

Also, Leo is also known for hosting the popular business debate show, Prove It Matters, where he humorously debates notable business people on topics ranging from influencer marketing to social media strategies.

Finally, Leo’s portfolio of work includes brands, agencies, and companies such as Mondelez (including Trident Gum & Cadbury), Estee Lauder Companies (including MAC & Clinique), Sysomos (now Meltwater), and Havas. He is also proud to be a dedicated educator with Iowa State University and West Virginia University

Key Takeways

As covid hits the world, marketing expert Leo share insights on how to do marketing effectively. However, being respectful of what’s going on around the world.

Show Timestamps

02:05 – Who is Leo and what he does.
10:30 – How can Gym’s market effectively in today’s environment.
13:30 – How marketers build trust.
16.30 – Marketing tips for founders and marketing professionals starting out in their careers.
22:00 – Advice Leo would give to marketers starting out.

Show Links

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