Formatted in functional form, orginally tailored by a user working as a stewardess – works wonders if you need a hospitality resume in functional formatting.
As a flight attendant, passengers look to you for important assistance for a variety of needs. With Auriparus, you can quickly finish a resume that shows how customer service oriented you are in a few clicks.
This visual layout conspicuously rocks a red wine color scheme, bohemian design trends like a light diagonal line pattern for it’s page color, and leaves plenty of room to showcase your customer service skills.
Most importantly, it allows you headline traveler safety knowledge, portraying how adept you are when handling complaints, storing carry-on luggage, or how competent you are to work a security role.
How many airlines have you worked for? Because unlike other templates for word, as shown in the snapshots, these spacious employment background sections allow for over six previous employers if you need to list that many.
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My old resume looked like this:”I don’t like the way the “Skills” section looks most of the times, mostly because of how wordy it is and because I don’t like how it presents my proficiency in languages.
No more nonsense lines. I’m trying to keep it simple and modern looking, and it works. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen a designer’s resume and it looks like it was designed in a post-production suite.
It’s simple! No more “Objective”. Just relevant info that is needed to explain why someone would hire me (I guess).
This template makes it easy for me to format my job descriptions in an aesthetically pleasing way. It also helps me to fit everything on 1 page which I always try to do.2nd, I think this template is more modern and less bland than the previous one I used to use.
It’s clean, simplified, and aesthetic. My old resume was a mess of fonts, colors, and weird lines. This one is simple and sleek. unlike my old resume, this one is for a professional position. My old resume was a hobbyist resume, designed for a class I was in in college.
To start, I think its very simple, which is something I’m always skeptical of. I think its very clean. I’ve gotten a few tweets from people that it looks good.
It is so clean. So, everyone looking at the resume will be able to clearly see what information I have without any extra shuffling or blurring. even though I am still in an “old” field, like HR, I am trying something a little bit different.
It’s clean – A lot has been said about finding your own unique look that isn’t distractingly “fancy” or overly stylized (which is to say: not anything too ’90s-looking). With lots going on GUI here vs just black & white text. 2 on 3 pages instead for multiple daily reports.
Number It is designed for a 5×3 picture, which is very common in Mexico (where I am) and where I most of the companies/recruiters are. Number It follows the current common practice of having a skills/requirements list at the bottom of the resume, and this is good because.
It’s beautiful! There’s just something wonderful about pure white background with only bold text so you can really see where things are going without any distractions (unless your computer screen is incredibly old).
It’s a clean, uncluttered template that isn’t overwhelmed with color, and still maintains a professional look and feel. I think it’s a lot easier to navigate than my previous resumes, which were text heavy powerpoint presentations.
No weird columns or anything crazy nonsense like that ish (although you can add some nice looking borders). It makes me think about content.
I omitted a section that told the story of my progression from casual work to management at a fast-food franchise. It’s pretty important stuff, and I think many potential employers would rather see it. I told a short, sweet and to the point story about my experience at the kiddie table.
There is no column layout. Since I am a creative professional, I am used to artistic resumes which look very different from regular resumes.
I think the visual effect it leaves behind is really cool – in a “my computer” kind of way. Three, it kicks major ass in terms of space usage. Four, it’s 100% editable.
One is the new template design, which from all the videos I’ve seen, looks great. I can fit more information per line, which is important if I am applying for a lot of related jobs (like my foremost academic research) and I want to make sure I highlight my relevant and recent experience.
It looks so clean. My old one was very drab in comparison (old since i switched careers from graphic designing to IT).
It’s amazing being able to work with such a clean, simple template.
It lets me put my experience in order of relevance, which is useful since experience is what industries are looking for. It saves me time since I only have to put the experience that’s relevant to the industry, unlike other times where I had to fill in the gaps of my job history due to gaps in employment.