The rule of thumb when creating a resume is to emphasize your most recent work experience, giving less and less real estate (space) to jobs that go further back into your past. However, you may run into a problem if you are really impressive or relevant work experience happened two or three jobs back. Here is a way to combat this challenge.
It is important to avoid focusing too much on older jobs that may highlight the fact you haven’t achieved anything important or had a job relevant to the position you are seeking in awhile.
This may also show future employers that your skills could be rusty if you haven’t used them for quite a few years. This is not what you are trying to accomplish. Here is a solution that will allow you to still include this important information while not making it look like you have been wasting your time since.