Sometimes the point of thinking outside of the box is is to spread your qualifications to the limits of every box. Sort of. Akhara showcases an applicant’s talents more effectively than most.
Left white text overlays appear as headings for your employment history and their descriptions are in the same columns underneath. The start and completion dates’ typeface is situated in yellow are there to further accent the table as a whole.
The sharp, wonderful boxes provide clear division between the corresponding sections… each of which sporting a different background color.?ÿ It provides plenty of space for 3 or 4 more sections if you’re an older worker, or a job seeker over 55 with a ton of unrelated job experience.
Work Experience Writing Tips:
- You can use the job listings section of your resume to identify which companies and positions are still open and list your experiences there. This can help you fill employment gaps when applying for a new job.
- You can also include brief links to online portfolios and personal websites, if appropriate. These can provide further details about your professional experience and the context of your gaps.
- If you’re applying for a position that has a short employment history, such as a new job start-up, it may be appropriate to focus on your most recent work experience. If you have extensive work experience and require the job, you may find it helpful to include the positions you held more than 10 years ago, especially if they relate to the position you’re applying for.
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It’s simple, it’s clean, and it’s effective. I can’t tell you how many resumes I’ve seen that look like they’ve been written by middle schoolers with no-really-good-reasons for wanting to be employed.
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It’s so easy to use, and every single one of the examples on google docs is a better one than the next. You have to try this template at least 3 times to get the hang of it. After you get the hang of it, you’ll wonder how you did with that stupid old resume!
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I know everyone is supposed to use their own template, but trust me when I say this is the best damn template out there. 99% of the time, if you use a standard template everyone is using, you are making the job hunt harder than it needs to be. This template was designed for you to use, not just look good doing it.
I know it’s not a perfect resume, and you can tell me how it could be better at every single step of the way, but I already know how good it is, so I’m not gonna try and contest it. It’s simple, clean, beautiful, and that’s exactly the kind of thing you want on your resume.
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Up until this point in my career, I applied for positions I was over qualified for but never actually received a response. Not even a phone call. In fact, I haven’t written a resume since 2003. During that time, I have been a Judge’s Clerk, a Kitchen Manager, a Retail Sales Associate, a Lorry Driver, a Dressing Room Attendant, a Front Desk Agent, and a Travel Agent.
It’s much more readable and direct. It’s not some convoluted story with “the data analyst” and “the developer” and “the product manager”. It’s simple, clear, and to the point. I think it’s great. I’ve been thinking about putting a professional summary at the top, like Markov chains or something.
I know all of you have been thinking about trying this template, so I thought I’d give you a little heads up about how it is created. First of all, the reason why most HR reps hate using software to screen potential candidates is because they are usually only able to peruse through a handful of resumes a day.