Elegantly dotted borders act as section dividers in Daffadilly, a business resume outline designed to harp on one job at a time.
People love this template because of the icon placement above each heading. You’re free to choose different icons that apply to the new sections you decide to go with.
A classy small grid patterned background, funky exclusive section icons, and and optional personal photo to be replaced with your own.
Sizable bullseye-shaped bullets are used to measure your key competencies- making clever use of word’s shape illustrations.
More MS Word Tips and Tricks. Inserting a line with markers is a great way to show potential employers your microsoft office proficiency levels.
- To improve the chances of getting their attention and earning an interview, your resume should be formatted properly and include a clear, readable font. The font size should be between 10 and 12 points, and the font should be in a standard font called “Arial, Helvetica or Calibri.” The font should be consistent throughout the document and not have any gaps or letters that you can see through. The text should be written
- in a standard font called “Arial, Helvetica or Calibri.”
The first thing a hiring manager should see on your resume is your contact information. This includes your name, phone number and email address. You should also include your current job title, your previous job title, your current employer and your previous employer’s location. Make sure to include your email address and phone number in the contact information so the hiring manager knows how to reach you.
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I used it to land my dream job as a Product Owner & Designer at a startup company. It landed me the role by way of my being able to demonstrate I could do the job given the chance.
I know it’s not perfect, and I’m going to try and improve it. But I just wanted you guys to see what I had to go through to make it and tell me what you think of it. I’m going to tweak it and tweak it and tweak it. . .
It’s so simple and yet packs a punch. It’s the template that got me my dream job in Media. It’s the template that got me 3 interviews a day in that tiny little office.
You get a job. Here’s how:1. Write your resume in chronological order, with the most recent position listed first. This helps the recruiter know what you’re currently pursuing, and it saves them from having to read through a mountain of irrelevant experience. 2. Keep your name at the top of the page, above your job title. This shows to the recruiter that you are a professional, not a random applicant.
It is simple and modern, which I guess makes it stand out compared to those silly colorful ones I had going around before. It is possible to customize the template to fit you better if you know c#.
You are guaranteed to get at least a phone interview. Use this template and you will get at least a phone interview every time.
It is very easy to read. No tables. It is very easy to navigate. It is very easy to update. Your resume does not get lost in the stack. Recruiters do not instantly become friends and leave you hanging after reading a few sentences.
I used it for about two years and was so impressed with how it looked and how easy it was to use (even for someone with no experience). Then I went and got a bachelor’s degree in something else for a year and a half, and I noticed something curious. When I apply to jobs with my new resume, I get far more responses than when I apply with the old one.
The old cv was *horrible*, compared to this one. I think it looks much more professional, and it’s easier to manipulate with the right software.
It is simple. We all know how resumes should look like. This template doesn’t try to show off. It is that simple. It is consistent. Another big mistake many people make is that they try to do too much. The template I used follows the guidelines in the ATS system. If you are good with Adobe Indesign, you can use this template.