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Personally, we’d recommend making this resume ATS friendly beforehand (since this layout is currently in ATS format already) for employers to notice you first.
The mock up represents content that’s been run through a software checker to give you a better understand of where to place your keywords.
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My old resume was just a mess, colors, formatting, and lots of stuff that didn’t need to be there. With this new resume, I knew I needed small, clear, concise statements to revert back to the old resume.
This template makes it easy to show the structure of the resume. In the old format, I had to show the different entries for each role (Many many bullet points for each role for a total of four pages of bullets.
I like being able to fit more on one page than previous versions despite having similar experience (and job titles).
It takes into account what you might call “the 10th appendage,” which is color!Secondly it’s designed in an appendix-style layout to highlight accomplishments rather than list job duties (no more Tableaus!).
It looks so professional, and the colors are really popping. I’m also really into the theme and the fact that there are NO random letters or weird formatting in my resume. There are a couple of templates out there that are a bit “fancy”, and I’m a little worried about that.
It uses a different size font, rather than the usual 11 point. This is a conscious choice, as I notice many resumes are restricted to a smaller font, or not using anything at all. The text is professionally written.
I haven’t had a single review call me in for an interview based on this new cv. I’m very conscious of my first in-person interview impression. This makes me nervous, as I don’t feel I can do well, based on my first impression.
It’s clean – something that is very important in Digital Marketing (in our line-of business sense).
The first and most important is the fact that it takes up almost half the page, which I *think* will encourage people to actually read what I have written instead of skimming over it quickly.
It’s very easy to manipulate the colors to get exactly what you want (blue for bold, for example). unlike previous resumes which were just text boxes with little graphics representing my name and contact info, this one uses a “reflecting” text effect to make the text look much more transparent, which I think is pretty cool.
It is very easy to read/follow a lot of text without any major errors. I feel like it is a bit more professional and “win-win” in the fact that the potential employer gets to see my achievements first hand, and I get a chance to showcase mine.
It’s beautiful! It offers me something to put on social media about without them seeing “I made $19 an hour” as many jobs do nowadays. – My experience is very relevant since school tends not (or can’t) pay well anymore especially with tuition costs. $100 or more isn’t too bad when you’re 19 doing temp work anyway.
It’s just so visually appealing. I love the idea of using a dark grey color for the header, title, and sections, with some variations of red and blue in the background. My old resume was a sea of colors, and it wasn’t easy to look at.
I’m not currently active in the job market. My career has been stagnant for years and years, and I really need a change. I feel that this cv is visually appealing, and that’s something that I could advertise. Lastly, I really like the way that this cv is organized.