Lead your clients and potential clients in awe when they see a resume that reflects your salary history and key strengths like Irvona does.
It’s a fine-tuned template chosen by applicants who love dark textured backgrounds, without overwhelming readers.
Upload new company logos that reflect your employment history, then input your descriptions by selecting the corresponding cell beside it. Copy, paste and go.
- Use this outline to help you organize your thoughts and ensure you’re leaving them with a strong impression. When applying to multiple jobs at once, you have to be careful not to create too many changes in your outline. Too many changes can confuse the reader, making them less likely to read through to the end.
- Your resume should include a section that summarizes your professional background. This section can include the roles you have held, the skills you have gained through your education and
- Some employers may look for candidates with a certain number of years of experience. If this is the case for the position you are interested in, you might consider including a description of your professional experience, such as a job title, number of years in that position and any relevant achievements or awards.
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It’s so simple, yet so effective. You only need a couple of minutes to put this thing together. It will save you tons of time and hopefully, land you that amazing job. First off, the resume you currently have is awesome, but it’s a bit boring.
It’s professional. It doesn’t scream “look at me” in a bad way. It doesn’t say “I’m a business graduate with a passion for computers” in a crudely tacky font. No billboards. No logos.
I’m going to be using this template on my new resume. I think you will like how clean it is and how simple it is to use. I have included pictures of my current resume and some background info.
I think it is clean and stands out. Not everyone is going to be a good writer and an artist so I think it is nice to have a well written resume that is well presented. I am in the civil engineering field, and I have been looking for a new job for a few months now because the one I have now is not working out for me at all.
I could fit all the work experience in 1 page, instead I am jamming it to the point it is almost 2 pages long. I could list all my accomplishments, but I have left off a few of my earliest jobs because they are menial and did not really accomplish anything.
I had a terrible resume before using this template. I don’t know how I did what I did with it. It was worse than any template I’ve used before. I literally had no idea what to include or how to format it. After using this template for a couple of months, not only did I land a great job (that’s why I’m posting it), I’m extremely proud of how well it turned out.
The main reason recruiters are moving away from you is because you spent time unemployed and most likely in some sort of prison or mental institution. If you make it easy for them to contact you, you will be immediately available to hire them. You will have an advantage over other applicants, and it’s simply unfair to let them waste time or lose valuable opportunities to other applicants because they had to wait around for you to contact them first.
I used this template to land a job as a project manager at a large company. Doing what everyone else tells you to do in their resume, only this time I used the template’s guidelines to create a resume that landed me the job. You are doing me a great service.
I used this template to apply for two internships, both of which I was accepted to. The first one I accepted and did not apply to the second one I was accepted to and applied to. My second decision was to not accept the second internship and instead extend my internship with the company that I was interning for. I did this because I wanted to give myself enough time to study for the CPA exams.
I started out looking for summer internships for next year, got a couple of them, but I’m looking to start serious job searching next month. I’m looking at marketing, sales, product management, and finance positions. I’ve had a lot of people look at my resume over the past few months, and I’ve had a few people I know look over my resume.