With its blooming sidebar on both pages, Nordic feels like a breath of fresh air that leaves an unforgettable impression when compared to other resumes.
It’s nothing to customize, and leaves you with a mindset that’s full of assertiveness, having knowing your resume is sure to be remembered.
Without ever allowing those transferable stray away from being it’s focal point, it’s overall versatility goes a long way to prove how employable you really are.
Right-click on any of the images to drop on a personal photo of your choosing as a finishing touch and you’re guaranteed to put yourself in the best possible position for an interview.
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It is simple yet eye-catching, and extremely effective. Every word on it is a winner. If you use it, I guarantee you will have more interviews than you can count, and you will leave employers speechless. The only thing I would change in it is to condense the text into bullet points the better to fit everything in one page.
It’s so easy to use, and will give you an edge over everyone else. I can guarantee you will get at least 4s, and maybe even 8s, if not more from your interview because these resumes are amazing. These templates are so powerful, you will wonder how you ever got that interview with that terrible resume.
1. You have to use a resume template to make your resume stand out. You have to show your skills and accomplishments. If you don’t have a template to choose from, then you should go look in a different section of your internet – like say the humanities or social sciences (I’m looking at you, humanities).
It’s so easy to use, and gets you noticed by the damn most important thing in the world: your potential employer. Keep it, and you’ll be wonder glad you ever did it.
No more writing cover letters, because the information is self explanatory. Cut out that useless, slow, and boring applicant tracking system. Loads of companies are using bots to throw out poor quality resumes. This template will ensure you at least get to a human being for reviewing your application. Best of luck!
I used the resume I created in 2010 for a job in Human Resources and it absolutely flopped. I wrote a new resume, this one is much better but I have the same number of errors. I’m wondering if I should just write a new resume with fewer errors or try again with a template that is more “clean” but still accurate.
I feel it is on the money! I’m still not 100% on the “skills” section and the layout is a little wonky. I’m sure there are things missing as well.
I had a hunch that maybe I could do well with a basic, yet professional looking resume. Sure enough, I have received more interviews than with any other resume I have ever made. I’m not sure if it was the template itself that was so effective, or the fact that I just happened to find a template that works well for my unique situation.
I had a total of three interviews with a previous resume and two with a friend who had a template from years ago. In all three, the interview went well and I got the sense that the hiring manager really liked me. In the case of my friend, the interview went so well that they had to bring me in for a third one because they were “stuck”. That one, I didn’t get. I think it was because I didn’t have enough information.
It’s simple, easy to understand, and guarantees you’ll get interviews. It’s easy to use. Every one of my clients who used my template had at least 10% more callbacks than those who did not use a template. It’s relatively inexpensive to produce. You’re paying for the time it takes to write not one, but two, impressive resumes. You’re also paying for the opportunity cost of not using a more impressive template.