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 am using active words and phrases to sell myself. I no longer say “accomplished” or “superior skills” or “I’m a team player”. My job descriptions are specific and quantitative. I’ve even used numbers to describe my promotions and responsibilities. I’m also really digging the Summary of Qualifications.
I applied to 100+ jobs using this resume, got 1 phone interview, and in the end was hired without an interview. I would highly recommend this resume format.
I had a problem, I have a lot of experience, but I have gaps, and a lot of that experience is not related to my field of choice. I wanted to show my teaching and administrative experience because I really wanted to get into higher ed, but I wanted to have a good looking resume to do that.
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.
I am not sure if I can add it as a resource on my site for future people to use. It is easy to use and all replies are quick and easy.
I used a lot of the same tips to make my resume and I could not believe the difference! I am going to update my current template with this one and I hope it works well for everyone!
I was able to fit my job history, education and skills all onto one page. I am proud to say that I was able to get my first job with this resume, and I couldn’t have been more thrilled to see how happy my employer was with my work.
Not only did it allow me to land my current job, but it also opens the door for other opportunities.