Being an actress isn’t anywhere near as easy as it looks. That said, branding yourself is certainly the most effective way to speed up the trajectory of an acting career.
With a ravishing photographic sidebar beside its midnight blue body, you can stand out from others at the audition, show off your achievements and display your language skills properly.
The four experience columns do all the work so they can see every project you’ve been involved in.
You’ve free to swap out colors and fonts by selecting the shading arrow in word.
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Being a bit of a Photoshop kid, I really like how this CV looks, even if it is a bit more “fancy” than most. It’s designed around a bullet point, which I personally find to be easier to read than a paragraph, especially when the cv is already a little detailed.
No little icons or fake color here. – It follows ATS rules (ATS stands as software that reads pdf formats) so regardless if you burn your CV to disk image in.
It’s inspired by one nice looking free CV at InDesign file that was super easy to read (had trouble figuring out what things meant though).
It looks so professional, I don’t have that many graphics on my resume because I believe they look tacky. I bought the cheapest (at the time) graphics I could find and they really are just browns and black, not much color.
I liked how the resume looked without any formatting, just a few pictures and then all text. I liked how simple it was, yet still good for a professional. Thirdly, I liked that it was ATS friendly without being overly so. Lastly, I noticed that I rarely saw people posting pictures on resumes, so I thought I would mention this.
It’s easy to read/follow along with letters (bolds etc are moved into line within each category)Second – It follows an established style that many resumes have gone through in one form or another now.
Mainly, having an objective look out for the field that I’m looking into makes me feel more confident about applying. It makes my resume stand out at first glance. It helps to show that I have leadership skills, etc. I also really like the way the “Relevant Courses” section looks.
I think the template is really simple, and that’s always been a theme of mine (I’m a tech focused person, if that makes a difference). I think the template enables me to showcase some other stuff that might not necessarily make it into my actual resume (in a positive way, not a negative way).
I didn’t know how to format a resume without it looking very. unfocused. I wanted a resume that was easily readable by ATS software, and this template does that very well.
The first is the color: I am a dedicated Color nerd and this has to look good.
First – It’s a Helvetica, which I think is a big factor. Second – It beats the hell out of the 2nd one I had, which was a plain textbox with no design. I thought it looked very bland.
It’s in line with current industry trends, which is increasing the size of potential job descriptions instead of reducing them. This makes it easier for hiring managers to quickly scan a resume and get a feeling for the appropriate candidate they need to hire. This cv template follows the “functional” resume trend I saw some days ago.