You don’t always need to spend 30 minutes writing out detailed job descriptions when you’re trying to land an interview since you can just paste it into a spacious template – letting your resume speak for you.
These monochromatic background inserted in the body catch the eye, while not being so loud to take needed attention from your qualifications.
Various borders, text boxes, charts, and barcodes are available for you to insert from.
This resume is ridiculously easy to customize too, saving you tons of writing time and hassle.
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It’s clean (no more columns) which helps with readability despite its length.
It uses a different font than my previous resume, which was kinda boring.
Looks so good I couldn’t even notice the tiny errors that were there after I pasted it in. This template is highly organized. I routinely hear recruiters talk about the necessity of organization in their resumes, and I feel like mine is very well organized.
It looks so neat; it’s clean, modern, and it’s aesthetically pleasing. It was created in InDesign, which I personally find very pleasing to look at as well. My previous resume was text-only and boring, and this is a total game-changer.
I like how it flows : story wise style/layoutwiseIt looks very clean – no more awkwardly placed tables or columns to hide content! It also uses exactly one pageLike most people here there is an annoying fact that i didn’t include summer jobs which were in Brazil.
Unlike most people who use tons lines & columns, with mine all i’ve done is stuck to 4&5 line spacing (which seems bold considering how many images etc. )Second. I think its clean ! Thirdly.
I like how the categories stick out and are easily recognizable, and I like that it’s structured differently each time. I’m also really liking how it’s based around the “Media” section. I think it’s a good combination of being visually appealing yet still being “boring”.
The first being that I can fit more information in one page, without losing legibility. the columns encourage interesting visual patterns which I feel helps make the visual hierarchy of information more important than in a standard resume. And lastly, I feel like this template works really well with bullet points, which I am really missing from my current resume.
I like that it makes the technical skills stand out top-right. It gives a quick insight on what the employer might be looking for. And, finally, it looks clean and modern.
The second is that each line is large and clear, not a packed column of text like in the traditional style.
A lot of the old resumes that I would look at would say things like “good writer”. I struggle a bit when writing descriptive sentences. so I often just would end up using the keywords from the job advert rather than actually being descriptive.
It saves me roughly 10 hours worth or labor saving. Freed up time to do moreTHING! No longer will you need pop ups ads on your comments!!I used an existing caption (mangement) so there’s no numerous “administrator” levels.
It is very simple. It is bold and it uses the simplified principle (a good idea when you are dealing with color). And lastly, the guided learning algorithm makes the process very intuitive and easy to follow. So let’s take a look: we need a few headings.
It looks so professional, and the reason I’m not sure about it is simply this: when I was with my previous employer, I had pretty much the same role (with a few slight variations), and it was very.diligent. I’m looking for a role that is a little less.
It lets me put my professional summary above my name at the top, it’s very easy to read, and it’s also fit to the overall design of my resume.
It saves me space, since I didn’t want to waste any space on the bottom of the page with a branding statement.
It looks super sleek and is professional looking, all assets for me. **First things first:** The first thing everyone needs is a great resume.
It’s clean (no more messy headers or lastname/first name fields to get on topOfMyToDo). Second: when uploaded as PDF everything looks great again with little white lines showing up etc.
I used a sort of Turquoise as the primary color for the body and the blue for the headings. It blends in well with my other blue projects. I really like the way the blue color is organized – every section has at least one accent color.
Amazing looking fonts included in this.
It’s clean – something Iublimb has been talking about – and the fonts and color are nice and simple without being bland (which is always a concern for me).
My old resume was just a plain black and white, no color, word Doc. The color was just different shades of gray. This new template is so much better. I can actually see the colors, and they are so much more vibrant. I was also worried that by doing a colorless template, I would be perceived as “not serious,” or “lame.
(of course you can still ooh-toh over that color):Second – It provides an opportunity to put skills YOU excel at (your specific expertise).
I like how you can have it with no pictures or columns to deal with nonsense ideas/information that doesn’t belong!. It follows an established pattern as seen on resumes here which is great if you like organized CV’s from what we see / read 🙂
No columns, no unnecessary elements, no nonsense. It’s simple because it *has to be* simple. It has one primary job: to communicate information. And it does it well.My old resume was a torrent of information, and it was hard to look at.
First off, I think the design is really clean and minimal, and not over-the-top. It’s not ‘fluffed’, and that’s a good thing. I think it’s very readable.
For the bottom horizontal bar, I had to include a brief description of each company. This description includes whatever is in the company’s industry and pretty much everything they do. It might include an expensive piece of software they are currently developing, or a method they use to process data that efficiently ensure the computer will understand it. It’s brief and sweet.
My old resume looked like it was filtered through a macro processor, and it didn’t stand out in any way. It stands out because it pays attention to details that you, as a recruiter or hiring manager, might not normally give attention to.
Firstly, I don’t like the previous CV’s big ugly mess of a header. It looked crowded and it didn’t stand out from the rest of the page. I like the way that the new cv. pdf format allows me to fit more on the page without encroaching on the bottom margin.
It looks great on a black and white or monochromatic cv, and it’s still simple and straightforward. I think it also helps that it was designed by a professional, as most of the templates I’ve seen have been poorly designed and generally ugly.
I think the blue is great. It’s familiar, yet distinct. I think this is a good balance. I think the phrase “designed and built” is weak.