An attractive double professional resume ms word pack for any personal or corporate uses given the name Cabane.
Dark-blue layout included in pack:
Specifically made to save you the time and energy by filling in your information after downloading, all of images and designs are fully customizable.
Fill in the sample skills subheadings for software, languages, and business abilities.
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In my previous position I didn’t really have anywhere to upload a profile or summary, so I added an objective statement instead, as it seemed the best way to describe what I’d been doing. and it worked really well.
First off it looks very clean on both Mac OSX (10) & Windows 7; secondly each section is clearly labeled with an appropriate name from english (“education”, “professional experience”), making them easy to find when needed., ThirdLYI designed everything horizontally instead of having that weird spinning wheel thing people seem too like.
It’s clean with coursework listed, it’s simple to add varied experience, and it’s doing a great job of highlighting volunteer work.
My old resume had a plain jane look, and was two pages, while this new resume is kept clean and simple with a nice layout.
I got my old cv straightened out, which took a lot of time and effort. I wanted a template that was quick and easy to work with, and this one is.
It looks like I care about my design. I have a lot of experience in both design and marketing, and I want it to *seem* as though I *do* care about the aesthetics.
I don’t like the fact that my resume is on thin ice, and it feels very unprofessional. I also really like the way my CV is laid out. I didn’t create the content for the job, and the way it’s been presented is very coherent with what I’ve done for my projects.
One big reason is because it allows me to put all relevant experience under one “Experience” section (as opposed to separate ‘Education’ & other Experience sections with coursework in each). Secondly – like many people have mentioned – when applying online there’s often an selection process that includes hitting submit after entering your information / details etc.
I don’t like the format of my old resume where I start out with a few sentences, a big chunk of text, and then finish the rest with a bullet point. Instead, I want to have the different positions listed separately under each company, and the bullet points at the end just listing some major accomplishments.
It allows me to put my education first as I have two years more education than my job duties. This is because most job postings are looking for experience, not education. It simplifies things for me.
My old resume was just a linear list of accomplishments and responsibilities, which didn’t really communicate that I did a lot in my positions (or that I was a top performer, for that matter). The new resume gives a narrative a lot more easily, and doesn’t make the resume seem boring at all.