An executive resume for use in various professions, with a strong letterhead attached – creative, professional, plain and creative at the same time.
- Comes in color along with black & white styles.
- Second color scheme included.
Achromat is entirely customizable and printable with quick text replacement by simply copying and pasting.
The opening statement is often used for skills and qualification highlights – like licenses, certifications, and other trainings attended that further qualify a viable candidate.
Perfectly applicable for jobs in retail sales to experienced general managers, Achromat’s header draws a ton of attention to a goal statement that’s fluffed up with buzzwords. Be sure to get keyword ideas from the position requirements part of the job posting.
Tip of the Day. Did you know that 90% of recruiters use an ATS to choose candidates for job interviews? That’s why it’s important to scatter powerful keywords throughout your sections. When you submit your resume in a word document, it makes these words more easily picked up by these systems.
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It’s so simple and yet it packs a punch. You can use it for resumes, cover letters, and even business cards (although I’ve never done that). It’s super easy to use, quick to update, and perfect for your professional growth.
My old one was just not good at all. I used the Europass template by Coregistics. It’s very intuitive, and you don’t need to go into a lot of detail because it does the heavy lifting for you. I had a friend who was an HR consultant check it out and she said it was ‘beautiful’ and that I should really put more effort into it. I’m not going to lie, it looks pretty, but it’s not that pretty.
I was struggling with how to write my resume and all the while using the template. I am going to have to update my resume to include a new position and have a better chance of getting interviews. I can’t tell you how many people I have talked with (including HR people) and how much this has improved their opinion of me.
Up until this point, I had been using a traditional resume that had a confusing jumble of information that had no relation to anything I wanted to get into. This resume had been criticized by an employment counselor who told me to take my work experience out of education and into work experience. I took her advice literally and completely scrapped my old resume. At first glance, it looked perfect.
I always get confused on what fonts are fonts, and which format is better for resumes, and I always get confused when I see a weird combination of fonts and formats. My old resume used a very traditional. Docx format, and most of the fonts had only one style. My new resume uses.
I knew it was good, but I was unsure of how to make it better. I used this template because:1) I am confident with my new resume writing skills2) I am confident in how I have explained my work3) I am comfortable with how my resume looks overall4) I like the minimalistic look of it.
It is simple. Too many resumes are filled with all the fancy stuff that people use to make their resumes look good. This template just shows you what a resume should look like. 2. It is clean. A resume that is filled with all the “I’m a Powerhouse, Tough and patient” crap will get you nowhere.
I used this template for my second master’s degree in 2003, and it has landed me my current job as a software engineer at a large company. I’m also going to write a review of this template, which will be included in a book I am writing. I used this template for my first master’s degree in 1990, and it landed me my first job as a reporter at a local paper back in 2000.
I managed to get an interview for the position of an assistant manager (team leader) for a large retail company. The interview went well and I ended up working out an accommodation with the company for a month and a half (actually less, as I was working part time).
I used to have a bunch of bullet points and lines everywhere. Now, it’s all very organized. I can’t wait to see what you all come up with.