Make a lasting impression on the cats and dogs in the kennel with this simple, skills-based, professional resume we call Sonora.
The color palette of skin-toned pink and black bold text gives the CV a sense of professionalism that can’t be bought… under normal circumstances, that is!
Wisely chosen shape outlines filled with matching a matching color scheme highlight the what’s what of your community service history.
Add your first name initial to the enclosed circle on top, and edit the rest by clicking on its respective text area.
- If you worked for an organization, you should use their official name for the job title. For example, if you worked as a marketing director, you would write the job title with a hyphen. “MBA.” Instead of using a title with your previous job, if you worked for three years as a marketing director, you might write “Director of Marketing.”
- Instead of a job title, an employer may ask you to write your job title and location. This information is listed in the job description. If you are unsure about which job title to use, you can search for information on the company’s website to find out.
- Job titles are listed in reverse chronological order, so the most recent job you had will be listed first. If you have worked multiple jobs, you should list your most recent job first, and the one before that.
- Be sure to include your employment dates, and especially relevant employment dates. For example, if you held a job for two years, you would list the years as “Two’s.” You would not include dates like “Current” or “Previous” because an employer will not understand this information.
- You can include a description of your duties, which can help employers better understand your experience and the type of position you’re seeking. However, only include duties that are relevant to the job you’re applying for.
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It will give you 100% application rate. Aesthetically pleasing too. I personally love how clean and simple it is. It doesn’t get more simple than this. Step 1: Write your name in the title. This is very important.
It’s simple, beautiful, effective, and it gets the job you want – period.
It’s simple, beautiful, easy to use and perfect for job hunting. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen a resume that was clearly not written by a professional and was clearly just pulled out of a Microsoft Word template.
It’s simple, beautiful, effective, and it works every time. If you’re serious about getting a job, you have to use a resume template like this. There are only two steps to creating your resume from scratch: (1) write your name and (2) write your experience.
It’s so easy to use, and every single page is a perfect, well-formatted, clean looking file. If you’re seriously considering a professional resume write help, then you owe it to yourself to try this template out for yourself. I guarantee you’ll be more motivated to improve your resume than you can possibly be yourself.
I’m talking about the template, of course. When I applied for my current job, I didn’t have to make a resume. They gave us a resume factory. That’s how it was. I made that resume, and put it together. That’s what my next cv should look like. I’m not worried about making it “perfect” now.
My old resume was wordy and seemed unprofessional. My old resume was trying to fit on one page. No I don’t have space to fit it all on one page, and it’s really not relevant to any jobs I’m applying for. The city I live in is not a creative hub. I am trying to get out of advertising and into more of a project manager/business analyst role.
I started with just a blank word document and somehow this new resume came to life. I am proud of it and hope you are too! To be honest I am not sure if I should include the specific courses I took for my degree. I have seen some people include courses on their resume and I have seen some people advise against it.
You do not need a great resume writer anymore with this one, such a beauty on paper too.
I feel like it is very clean and simple. I can easily adjust it depending on the job I am applying for. It also looks good in terms of whitespace. I am trying to find a job where I can put my education and experience all under one banner (since I have a lot of stuff coming from these sources).