Submitted by ektene99, long time templicate user, this outline’s highly versatile formatting works for for any job type. It was designed with a number of objects that have contrasting fill effects to compliment its pleasing colors, but all shapes look very professional.
A separate corresponding cover page comes standard with an undifferentiated letterhead as well.
Editing Advice. It’s overly easy to modify the page layout, margins, dashed borders, header dimensions, get different background combinations to suit the feel of your qualifications.
- Include your job, employment dates, primary duties, primary achievements and secondary duties. For each position, you can include a bulleted list of your main responsibilities and the company or organization you worked for.
- If you have more than 10 years of professional experience, you can include a career summary that provides an overview of your professional experience and how you might apply your skills to an entry-level position. This section can help you prepare for the interview process, giving you a chance to emphasize your value as an employee and member of the team.
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No other template can compete with the quality and style of this piece of art. 99% of resumes out there are just copied and pasted from the usual resume templates you find online. And those templates suck. These templates are made by people who know what they are doing. They are crafted with care and attention to every little detail.
It’s simple, easy to understand, and extremely effective at converting the prospective employer into a fanboy. It might look like I’m pulling our man-children out of their holes, but trust me, they’re pulling their weight. I’m not.
It’s so simple and yet so effective. I didn’t even need an interview. I’m posting it here so that you can see how it’s done. Enjoy! I’m very grateful for all of you!
It’s so simple and yet packs a punch. It’s the exact template I’ve used when applying for dozens of jobs and I’ve gotten every single job I’ve applied for! ! I’m blown away by how good this template is, and yet, it’s so easy to use.
I had a hunch that maybe I need to make a more traditional looking resume, but no one would ever guess how to use this template. No one has ever looked at my resume before, which is weird considering how this resume is super competitive and I’m trying to stand out. I’m trying to stand out from the rest of the pile by having a unique resume.
It’s cleaner, more concise, and it’s easy to read. I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to sell myself because I’ve never applied for a “professional” job before. But I believe that if I show that I can perform in the workplace, I will have a better chance to get hired. And that’s what I want, anyway.
I had a total of three interviews with no offers. I’m pretty sure my third interview was just a setup by HR. After my third interview, my friend told me he got a call from HR and they offered him 40-45k more if he wanted to do an interview. He took the interview, was completely uncomfortable and left with an offer he couldn’t refuse. I ended up taking the job anyway just to get something going.
I’ve applied to so many jobs, some for months, only to get one or two interviews. Now I’m looking at a possible career change, into a more technical, analyst role (specifically data, BI, and analytics). I’ve tailored my resume to the position, but I’m looking to see what you all think.
I had to edit my old resume because it was just way too long and too wordy. This template just fits all of that text in a single page! My old resume was around 2 pages long. This new resume is around half that length. Most of my friends and coworkers have seen the new resume and they all say it’s better.
It looks clean, organized, and (dare I say it) pretty. No more scrolling to find the info I need. I like the idea of having the “profile” section at the top, it gives me a place to start and a “quick facts” section near the bottom. The “quick facts” section is where I usually list my education, experience and skills.