This resume sports two background patterns; a green and white small confetti pattern for the sidebar, and a lightly colored diagonal brick pattern for the remaining body.
- Personalize it as much as you choose to by adjusting the colors if the green is too leafy to a combination that works better for you.
- Upload your own 2×2 headshot by selecting replace picture after right-clicking on it. The photo is within a pre-set frame already, so dragging it around or having to resize the sliders isn’t necessary. Then recolor it to grayscale under word’s picture corrections tool.
- From there, you can update text holders with a modern script by pasting the text into each box. Then, just add your background highlights to get things popping.
- You should choose a resume format based on your job search objectives and your background. For example, if you have a gap in your work history or you have changed jobs often, you might choose a combination format to highlight your strengths.
- The most important aspect of a resume is its clarity. If you can clearly explain what you did over the past five years, how you did it and what you accomplished, you will be more successful at finding a job. This includes details like the number of years you worked as an accountant, the size of your firm or the size of your budget.
- Include your job title, employer and the dates that you worked at each company to show your continuity in the role.
- Most resumes include a section that lists your personal skills. Include a list of your strongest skills, such as attention to detail, organizational and communication skills. Try to include a combination of both hard and soft skills to create a well-rounded candidate.
- A resume objective is important because it is one of the first things a hiring manager or recruiter will see on your resume. While your experience and resume content are important, the resume objective is where you can make a strong first impression. The resume objective describes what you want to accomplish, where you want to be, and how you will help the company reach its goals.
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I used it to land two jobs out of college, and now I’m coasting along in a great job at a great company. I love my job there, but I am getting VERY tired of the management style and culture.
It’s so simple and yet so effective. Loads of people are finding success with it. I’m going to show you the exact steps so you can make yours today. Without further ado: The template 1. Create a new tab in your web browser. 2. Navigate to the directory that contains your resume.
I’m posting it here so you can get an idea about how it works before reading the details. The main idea is that you have a professional resume you can be proud of, not one that some random resume maker has spent a few hours making. Having a good resume helps you a lot on the job hunt.
I know it’s not perfect, but it’s so damn good I don’t know what to do. It’s the exact resume every recruiter and HR manager wants, and you don’t need to spend hours and hours editing it. It’s THAT good.
You do not need a degree to be a developer. Most companies will have a “lack of degree” hiring event. 99% of those events will be ignored by the HR department. HR people are busy, you can convince them you are qualified with enough time and effort. You do not need a programming language certification to be a good developer. A couple weeks of intense study of a particular language can make you a great developer.
I know there are some things wrong with it, but let me tell you why I think it’s good. I’m 45, and I’ve had a long career in the dental industry. I’ve worked in multiple locations, and had a ton of different jobs at each place. I’m in an excellent position right now, but I want to try something different.
I used an existing template from Rezi, and made it fit my content. I cut out a lot of irrelevant stuff, and made it easier to skim. I’ve been applying for a while, and haven’t gotten many calls back. I’m looking for a job in a tech field, and my current position is a tech prep one.
I landed a job 4 months after starting my search and I wouldn’t have even changed format or applied to jobs I wouldn’t have passed with a less qualified resume. I am extremely grateful that anyone took the time to help me out. I don’t know if this shows in my resume, but I have improved in so many ways.
It’s much cleaner and easier to read. I’m still in the process of fixing up the “profile” section, but this template has been really helpful so far.
No pictures, no icons, no designs, just straight up text. This is perfect for me since I’m trying to break into a scripting/developing type of job. Not the clinical field.