A complete set of resume templates for highlighting your sales talents. The bundle includes a two-page CV, cover letter, references page, 14 page portfolio booklet, business cards, and more.
Each layout consists of yellow vector icons (hexagon shaped), matching skill bar graphics, and a distinctively designed vertical line separator with circle shaped bullets imprinted.
Sharp typography that bring much attention to the verbs you choose for skills. There are over 25 vector icons – giving your curriculum vitae a trendy feel while maintaining the right amount of professionalism.
The first 6 pages of the 14 page portfolio booklet included are displayed below. Mainly used by job seekers applying for the business development side of a company, it’s no secret that a strong portfolio can foster a sense of executive leadership.
Professional business cards tailored for sales executives who want to market themselves – sharing the same styling.
The photo size comes in 300 x 600 by default. Easy to follow guidelines for customization come in the bundle.
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No more “fancy” designs here. Spacing is very consistent throughout, and the template is clean. The text is easy to read.
Second reason why its great. Your resumes are often so long they obscure everything else you put on them! So most templates just cover those sections with background colors which look terrible IMO’s.
The job titles are in first person plural (e. G “employees”) which makes them easy to type up without looking like an obvious listicle title hunt.
My old resume, which I think is pretty good, relied heavily on storyboarding and animation to show my project choice and chose a very “classic” style.
It looks very clean, and maintains an aesthetic that my old resume sometimes strayed from (namely the weird grey lines underneath the text). The text is also very concise, because I know how to write concise descriptions of projects.
First off, it’s much easier to edit than Word or any other text editor out there.
It’s much cleaner than the old one. The old one was just WAY to over the top, and since I’m not applying to similar jobs anymore, I don’t feel like it’s too over the top.
It’s clean – something I’m always striving for. It’s readable (which is very important for me). It’s concise – again, something I’m always striving for. And it’s pretty, with a nice design. The only down side is that it’s currently only available in one size (I don’t have any experience).
My old resume had way too many bullet points and lines, and was boring. This new version is much cleaner, and keeps the important details of what I do in each job more concisely.
It is less ‘messy’ than my old one was, which had several big, very uncontrolled blobs of color. This one uses a consistent border and stays away from the the barebones design of my old one.
It is visually appealing, it is professional, and it is colorful. I think it is also easier to skim through than my old black and white monolith. I’ve had a number of people tell me they like the way it looks, and even when I point out that it is recommended for everyone to use templates, they still prefer the look.