Jumpstart your job seeking process with a CV that’s clean, tasteful, and skills-based – just like this word template from Templicate.
Unleash your key strengths by refining the existing design. Convert the resume to a qr code and begin distributing it on pinterest.
With rows of bar charts along the sidebar and clear column separations that make each section full of comprehensive descriptions, your resume will no doubt stand out from anyone you’re being compared to.
MS Word’s shape formatting tools allow you to alter line colors and styling before pasting your information into the designated text boxes made for you.
Feel free to update the percentage graphics to appropriate ability levels as you fill out the corresponding chart data labels with listing personal skill-sets.
Of course, you don’t have to stay with the middle blue-scale theme, and you’re more than welcome to use the background color in all of the columns if you think that will look even better.
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Since most jobs in our industry seem to be quite remote – at least where i live it seems so-after some time commuting is no longer an option (I don’t have cars or license). Having said that having only one page left plus all info on 1 side feels kinda cramped2. ) No “Relevant Coursework” section.
My old resume was just a simple word doc that looked like garbage. This new resume caters to recruiters and hiring managers, and it’s extremely minimalistic and modern – I think it’s very eye-catching. I feel like my bullet points are strong enough.
First off, I’m always paranoid about information getting out to the wrong people. I’m always paranoid about my age.
I really like the way the font styling is laid out. Each section has its own indentation, making the sections feel somewhat independent, and emphasizing the sections’ roles without emphasizing the fact that they’re all under the same employer.
It looks nice on a black background, it’s clean, it’s not overly flashy, and it’s readable. Normally, I feel, a resume tries to blend in with the background color, and this just happens to look really weird.
The first is the color, I honestly think it looks great. It’s not radio-media/blue-sky, and it’s not bland. My second reason for liking this template is because I happen to be in the marketing field and this helps me stand out a bit more.
#1 it will be easy to read/follow when printed, and #2 it will look nice on paper, as I have been told that printed resumes are not easy to read.
It’s visually appealing as hell:I knew there was something off when no one has commented on how beautiful/funky /differentmy CV is compared to others :PSecond, many people have told me in person that they like seeing columns vs lines (even executives) so here we are!Now you tell us what changes hopefully should be made.
It looks clean, isn’t confusing, and comfortably lets me portray me on a wider range of people. I can’t say enough great things about this template.