Keep things basic and elegant with this minimalist resume. Giving you the correct amount of key competencies and visual elements to score any job opening. Your summary of qualifications and other necessary information is divided into sections by lightly shaded lines, aligned accordingly in vertical and horizontal fashion. Add your own graphs defining your expertise by dragging the shaded rectangles to the right.
- When you create a resume, it’s important to use keywords and phrases from the job description to help it pass through any applicant tracking systems (ATS) that the employer may use. This helps you get past the filters that these software systems use to identify the most viable candidates.
- Be sure to place your contact information, particularly your phone number and email address, at the top of your resume. This will help the hiring manager easily be able to contact you should they have questions or want to schedule an interview.
- Once you have finished writing every section, carefully read them over so you can identify any spelling, grammatical or formatting errors. It’s also important that you upload your resume as a new file so you can edit it to ensure it passes any potential scanning software as well as any potential human eyes.
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No other template is as easy to use, looks amazing, and is as good at job hunting as this one. I personally feel that it is the best resume format ever created, and there is no doubt in my mind anymore. I told all my friends about this when I first started college, and they all started using it.
It is the exact resume everyone would give their left nut, and it would ensure you got every single thing you wanted. Yes, everyone would. The only reason recruiters would even look at your resume is if they are trying to determine if you are worth the salary you are paying for it. If you are paying a unicorn salary, they will not be interested in your resume. Their opinion of you is not affected by what you put on paper.
Get rid of that stupid picture. It’s a waste of space and could very well be distracting. 2. Instead of a “Objective” bullet point, write a short paragraph describing who you are. It should detail why you want to work for that company. 3. Replace the “Employment History” section with a “Volunteer Experience” section.
I got a 5-star rating on a job application site. I got hired on the spot. My salary was the exact amount that I had negotiated with the company. No negotiation required. I can’t say that I got a “free” job because I was stupid and insecure and thought I was special. But you know what they say about those types of people…
You do not have to be perfect to have a chance in a job. You just have to be a decent person. A person with good intentions and a desire to do good. A person who is not trying to get a job but actually trying to do their best to be a good person. A role model to your children. A leader. A role that you want to take on. A manager.
It’s so simple, yet so effective. I’ll be submitting it soon to a company that is looking for a newbie to train their interns. I’m really excited because this company is in the same industry as my dream job (internship) and location! Also, I just wanted to say that the company’s owner is one of my best friends.
No more filling out 1099 tax forms. No more wondering if that weird value on there is taxable or not. It’s simple, easy to understand, and goes around the block twice. Hooray for progress! Now, I know this resume is for the greater good, so you’ll excuse me if I take a little more time to explain why each of these decisions are the greatest things that ever happened.
I used this template to apply to 6 companies, got 2 phone interviews from the companies I applied to. The 2nd company hired me after I finished my 1st phone interview. The 3rd company interviewed me and gave me the offer 4 interviews after I finished my 1st round. The 4th company ended up choosing another candidate and I was offered the position they were originally going to give me 8 interviews after my 1st round.
I am a college student looking for part time work. I have applied to many places online, in person, and by email. I have yet to get a call back or an interview. I do have great experience working with people, I am just looking to work in a more professional environment. I would love to work for a tech company like Google, Facebook or Amazon.
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