Captivate readers and hiring managers from the accounting office with a stylish yet basically formatted brochure that exhibits all of the bookkeeping experience and professionalism that you struggle to personify on a daily basis.
- Want a more manly color scheme? Easily swap the prevailing shades to whatever your preferences lie from word’s list of colors.
- Then, voila! Add your personal information and you’re all done.
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It saves me literally tons (like if i wanted to show 10 companies in about 5 seconds) loads.
First off, I think the design is visually appealing, it’s clean and crisp. It’s easy to read, and — let’s be honest here — a lot of people use Macs, so they are visually impaired when it comes to resumes. I think the information in the body of the resume is relevant and needed.
It fits on one page – which is important when your career changes over four years (like mine has). I like how it highlights achievements because even though job responsibilities are listed in word format with no emphasis towards specific tasks or accomplishments etc., they’re also grouped together so that way each responsibility gets its own focus.
I think it’s very nice on the eyes. Every time I open this template, I like looking at it and getting a little smile. Since I’m pretty good looking myself, I find that very nice. I feel like it’s very real. Unlike most templates which might have an I or an I.
It’s clean, simple, and doesn’t overwhelm with text (bad practice). It’s aesthetically pleasing, and unlike many of the templates I’ve seen. It’s stock so it’s easy to change around and customize (you can’t do that with google docs, though). It has good horizontal and vertical margins.
It is very simple to read (My phone isn’t good at big format). Along with having only one column which fits in 1 page without sacrificing legibility it also allows me more spacehips!–bringing you into focus quickly–and thikn out later as needed.
Number 1 being that I think the light color used for the header stands out better than the dark one used for the body. Number 2 being that a light color like this reflects a professional yet friendly color- tone more so than a dark one would. And number 3, a conversation I had with my friend, inspired me to do this.
Now every section is either relevant or not depending on how much experience/training they want / get vs your needs based answersWhich brings me flooring question number 3.
It saves me 2400 rmb (84$), it is easy to read, and it gives a good overview of what I have done in my professional life.
It’s clean – something I’m always striving for. It’s pixel art – which I like. It’s relatively minimalist, which is always a plus. It’s aesthetically pleasing, which is a quality I can definitely appreciate.
I think it is visually appealing, there are a lot of blocks of visual white space, there aren’t as many lines, and there aren’t as many distracting areas.
It looks fresh (actually I think it looks awesome), it’s easy to skim, and it’s low key tasteful. It’s minimalistic and tasteful.
It looks very clean, consists of the essential info, and utilizes the fact that I work in an agency away from my facility and customer service position. I think it’s a very “company friendly” look that emphasizes my 5 years of experience in an agency away from my current 6 years in a field specific location for a customer service position.
It’s sooooo easy to handle. No more searching through multiple windows to add a new document. And this is probably my favorite part: each job position is given its own page. No more repeating the same job twice on the page.
It looks clean, modern, and is visually appealing as well. I think the reason I struggled to come up with something similar was because I’ve been in the same position of management for so long that I can’t really come up with a new objective or summary. It feels like I’m repeating myself.
The first is it’s very simple, making it easy to scan quickly. It’s design is extremely clean and modern, without being too “flashy”. Finally, this template does an amazing job at fitting a full resume in a single image.