The Carolinian uses executive styling for the majority it’s pages, focusing on company descriptions alongside plenty of hard skills to validate your application status. Your status on top, that is.
The reference sheet has 3 equally sized columns which align the headings and remainder text in there respective centers.
Don’t forget to put your initials into the boxed-off area with the blue background shown below before printing this out.
With a genuine business feel, the profile summary is large enough to take on at least 4 to 5 sentences. So if your current objective is running a little short, we suggest summarizing a few of your certifications to fluff things up a bit.
As soon as the resume captures exactly who you are, go ahead and chose your paper size, print, or email and start sending this beast out to the dream companies of your choosing.
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It looks clean with little wasted space compared to many others i see here. * The descriptions in 5pt font are sharp & lively – very different from most bland templates which use regular text resumes like everyone else is doing.
My old resume had a boring layout, and didn’t stand out and was hard to read (I’m sure lots of people had issues with it). This new resume is very readable, and stands out with a great color scheme.
It saves me from having to write an essay every time i apply somewhere (ow). My old one was just too much text anyway.
My old one was very similar looking to many other resumes out there which made it hard (for me at least) find an internship or even someone with interview-type events. Now though its clean & organized – in comparison!Let be honest here.
It looks so nice, so nicely put together. I feel like it’s a great accomplishment to achieve the “clean look” and “uniformity” that the template ambition to achieve.
Third, it’s a clickable hyperlink, so when prospective employers see it, they can click to go to the actual CV.
It looks very clean (no pie charts!), you don’t have to worry about your text getting too small when putting it on one page(at least not until there are some awesome ones in color), its easy enough that even an artist proficient at InDesign can make things look nice without messing them up.
The template is very visually appealing. I am able to fit everything on one page, which is important because I’m relocating to a new city and having to find a new job also means budgets are lower. Lastly, I feel like this template is much easier to edit than the old familiar look I had.
It is very visually appealing, and the colors are nice (for the most part). Also, the header is higher than the body, which in my opinion makes the whole document more impactful when read by a reader.
First off, I think the blue is very eye-catching. the words at the top are very readable. Third, since I have no experience, I wanted to make sure that the text did not look too empty. And, for the first time, I realized that I should place my experience section before the skills section.
I think the style is really clean.I like the inclusion of timeframes in my employment historyI like that the words DNA and OPHI have the same space.4: I like that the words LIH and CPHI have the same space.
I didn’t know how to colorize my resume, so this is what I came up with.
I got my last job as an administrative assistant through a temp agency, and I was told by the temp agency that I had to use their template for my new job applications. The job responsibilities were similar enough that I didn’t have to re-write my responsibilities each time it was changed through the bureaucracy.
It’s simple (a lot easier to read than many others i’ve seen), which is important because there are some fields where plain-old English isn’t really an option.
It saved me roughly 50 dollars, it has a clean, simple and professional look, and it allows me to fit my job history and education all on one page.
It’s simple: no columns or fancy formatting (unless you count one horizontal line per paragraph).
I like how clean it is – no silly color or anything ridiculous like that. I like that it follows a traditional “chronological” resume format.
It’s functional! Gone are those long sentences that usually clutter up your whole document like they do in most cases on here. – It follows an ATS standard so no more ugly column or bunching nonsense.
This cv template is very clean. No more ugly lines, no more random “tabbing” of text, just pure text. This template follows the newest (still in draft) of My School’s best practices. It’s simple, pure and regular. Third, this template is truly one page.
It helps me break up experience into smaller pieces that are more easily skimmed over. *- The third image in particular seems to make content stand out better while also illustrating movement or development since most resumes seem static with just start/end dates on them.
It’s clean, organized, and contrasts nicely with my other work. I think it’s a really good start, and will help me stand out from other candidates.
It looks nice. And third, it gives me more room to talk about what I want to talk about. So hopefully, that’s enough bragging and let me tell you about my new resume. New resume – based on outline I found here on this sub.
I think first among them is the way it looks like a book — it’s modern and minimal, yet still appealing. It presents me in the role of teaching, which is what I have a interest in. I have a bachelor’s degree in Media Studies and already have several years of experience in tutoring and teaching.
It makes it very easy to format a resume with a job title, education, experience and skills all on one line. It makes it easy to move between industry fields, as I will be applying to positions in two different industries (Healthcare and Information Technology).