This vertical design resume template includes several unique characteristics that you can edit in word including its table formatting, custom section headers with partial borders & icons, and rectangular shaped photo area.
Enquirer’s small page margins and monogram make it most suitable for multiple job types, including electricians, and even logistics-related work.
- Strong borders surround a boxed-off first and last name area, with double lines above and below every section heading.
- Select the corresponding cell to adjust the skill bar images. It is rare to have formatting to a degree as high as this. So if you’re sending it off to that business school you’re trying to get into, or if its just to get some extra freelance work on the side, Enquirer gets it done.
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It looks so clean and serves a specific purpose: to make the reader focus on the most relevant information (skills, education, experiences, etc. It’s minimalistic and functional. It doesn’t upset the reader with too much text. It’s practical and effective. It’s **stunningly** beautiful.
My text size is 10 point font, and I definitely would like that to be the font style you all recommend. It’s structured very well. Every line tells a complete story, and no two lines are the same.
First off it’s super easy to maneuver (at least on mobile). Second its very clean – again no worries about looking unprofessional with some gray outline areas Thirdly if you own your content like real companies do online, finding out who is behind an individual email becomes far less important than having that person by their name in one place. This makes me hopeful.
It’s what I would choose if I was applying for a corporate level position (marketing, corporate communications, etc.)I really like the way the one column format looks.
First off it looks like every other word in English is shaped correctly (it’s not that ugly), secondly – since most companies use ATS systems to filter out CV/resume information on application review- there isn’t as big an white space near “Experience” section which hurt me before.
First off i am coming from an industry that doesn’t do well with resumes (Urth/Gym), Second is having to put all your skills under one section finally gets large things like programming or learning difficult concepts messy thinking in terms’t such as Teamwork makes it easy come up wit hre??Thirdly.
I think the line-spacing looks very nice and crisp. In my old resume, the university units/coursework were kinda jumbly with lines that went back and forth through the paragraphs.
It’s not an eye catcher. No insane amount of infographics or graphs. It’s super readable. I didn’t want to make a wall of text and clutter, and keep things vague with vague wording. Instead I went for a short, yet detailed, resume.
It saves me from having to post my resume in an image via imgur, and it keeps my professional experience in the midst of my entertainment experience without creating weird gaps. I’m also trying to use it on a macro level, so the font size stays the same regardless of the paragraph width. That’s not a sure thing, though.
First off: With previous resumes – even those that seemed professional by today’s standards-I was always left with one or two questions hanging after seeing an ad on Linkedin & Fine Home Design asking to see someone “proficient in LinkedIn” (which is weird considering how many people share their experiences publicly across social media these days).
I think the template itself is pretty great. It’s clean, organized, and aesthetic. It doesn’t make me look like a flake either, because I can easily replace the template with something else if I wanted to. the information on the template is already common knowledge to me.
It looks so clean and modern, yet still tasteful. It’s understandable and understandable to the point where I don’t have to try and explain everything every time I apply somewhere else. It doesn’t look “too simple” because it’s simple in a sense that it’s uncomplicated.
It looks different, a bit “eye catching”, and more modern. I think it is a bit more professional than my previous resume, even though it’s the one I’ve been using for years. # Baby steps are what I like to call it.
It’s simple! No columns 🙂 that was easy haha (although tricky because now i have small space to fill up). Second its very effective at highlighting skills etc without overdoing it.
It’s a clean, straight-forward layout. No more ugly columns! (Although I’m looking at an artistic resume and I don’t want to use a plain one. not everyone’s budget is limited to just one page!)it’s easier to read.
First – the template is extremely simple, yet eye catching. Second – every single line of it is true to a degree. Not one single tile is wasted space. That’s a good thing. Third – every single line is relevant.
It’s not bogged down by self-promotion (I know self-promotion is a bad thing). It’s not riddled with bullets. Bullets are good for sales, not resumes.
It makes it very easy to fit all the information on one page. it gives a *human* face to my experiences. And finally, it doesn’t make me look like some blood-sucking monster with no soul, please don’t hire me. (although, that was true in the past.
I didn’t know how to make a cv without the typical “Objective” section. I’m not a native english speaker so I felt the need to expand a little bit on my experience (which is very limited).
I’m hoping that people will give it a try, and comment to me if they have any trouble using it. I’m also hoping that this template will become as popular as the Minimalist page template, and that many people will share their own custom designs with us.
I also feel like it’s easier to read since the bullet points are smaller and easier to understand. I just wanted to get the point over with that they look nice together.
It’s so much easier to construct – you don’t have to worry about awkwardly trying to fit everything into 1 page, and no accidental overlap of sections alerting the reader to the gap.
Comes with samples of how to show hours worked, something that we don’t see too often on resumes these days….custom bullets too.
It’s clean! Only good things in here are “Worked independently developing software that helps users manage their profiles on social media”, which is true because technically none-the less it does help people with managing they’re profile so itsnt full (I was thinking maybe thats why there were no comments).
My old resume looked like a generic resume, and for the most part it was.
My old one was just too wordy (and two pages), while also not visually appealing lol(the blue lines on top are actually text frames).
I personally felt like the old format was too catered towards the company it was created for versus the individual applicant. The new format opens up the possibility of a more interesting, personality based resume that showcases some of the skills and experiences that I’ve gained through my career paths.
Every word on here has been carefully chosen so that ANYONE can read into resumes without having prior knowledge such AS “key words”. No matter HOW good or how bad your application credentials are.
It’s very clean, simple, and stands out from the rest I have been applying to jobs in. My previous resume was a mess, and I had to change up a lot. This new one is much more professional, and I’m hoping that’s worth something!The second reason I like this template is because of the sections.
It saves you from having to write your CV twice because it creates an internal space within each page where other text can be placed. The black color makes identifying quick reads easy as if reading something in print – only needingto look up terms under “Education” or underneath maybe some bullet points.
It’s clean & simple like its synonmous cousin in Word. Second – Consists only o dates which is very important as we are dealing with entry level jobs here that do not require much experience on our resumes due to their nature.
Primarily, the design makes it look like I own the job I am applying for. With the way the design is laid out, it makes the text on the top and the entire resume look very professional. Finally, the summary at the top is a good touch, and matches the way the job title is often described.
It’s nicely organized. It’s a single pdf document instead of a galley of docx. It’s not boring.
I hope the content comes through clear enough:I know I need to work on tense and quality of writing. –Thank you for your help, I really appreciate your time and effort!It’s nice to come full circle.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (that you probably already know) is that since most jobs lists require an apartmnet CV to be viewed by them alone in order tp pass Through screening processes before getting hired- they want their partialls formatted like any other applicant would submit theirs.
First is that it’s beautiful! Second (aside from being totally free) – all job advertisements are balanced on their 1st page only except small companies/startups where there may be more than one employer in your field. – This layout allows you to fit everything onto 2 pages unlike most which can reach 5 or 6 without overcrowding.
I don’t like the previous resume format where I list my job and then put experience after that. I wanted my experience to make a statement.
It’s very clean and minimal, and the blue color is very eye-catching. Also, from a technical standpoint, it was recommended by a hiring manager to use such a template, and I have to agree.
It’s visually appealing and cleanIt saves me from having to write far too much text for each positionIt saves me from having to make my resume too long, which in turns saves me from having to cut some stuff out.4: It fits perfectly on one page (not sure why, tbh).
I don’t like to bullshit people, and this cv style seems to let you do that successfully. It beats the hell out of my previous resume (which was wordy and plain looking) It looks like a template, so I feel like it stands out and isn’t going to get lost in a pile of resumes.
It’s very clean – only solid color to go! The primary link is an image again so you can play with it without downloading another separate pdf version (you don’t need that anyway). Secondly there are different centered line items where each job title comes together.
It’s clean, simple, and it works really well with my current resume (which is based on an old resume that included a picture and was way too busy). It was also created on InDesign and can be edited in the future to use nicer templates. I’m hoping that someone can help me make my resume pop a little bit more.
I feel like my previous resume was just bland in every possible way. This one is very eye catching, and I think that’s a big factor in my success with finding jobs. I didn’t know a good way to showcase my skills, so this is the best I could do. this cv is left arm only.
When first applying for jobs, my previous resume looked like a mess – clunky, inconsistent, over crowded. This one pares it down – mechanics and apparatus are the main things to get cut from it.
It’s beautiful as hell. My old resume was just a list of job duties. My old resume looked like a toddler had designed it. My new resume looks like a preschooler designed it. It’s simple and straightforward.
I didn’t want to just go with another plain jane resume, and Jaya has really stepped out in terms of style and creativity. I chose a color scheme that is very understated, yet still stands out, while still being functional. I feel like this cv is much more informative and impressive than my previous bland resumes.
It saves me from having to go back/expand each time i make changes 🙂 it’s simple – most resumes are either awesomeness or blandness depending on your point though2a & 2b).
It looks very clean, simple, and professional. It’s not a lot bigger than a single screenshot of the full resume, so you can actually zoom in on the details pretty easily. There are no random bulleted lists like you sometimes see on poorly written resumes. I intentionally tried to list all my achievements/responsibilities rather than duties.
Most of the time, I am able to fit more important information on a single page. from a design perspective, this template looks very nice. And lastly, it allows me to fit all important information on a single page while still fitting in the available space (something which is difficult to do with plain text resumes).
The main thing is that it’s clean & simple — many templates i see overuse graphic-heavy layouts in their resumes which aren’t necessary when applying to entry level jobs where color isn’t really important (if you are going on an executive/colorful field).
My old one was very basic in appearance (background color mostly), it looked cluttered to me personally.
It saves me 2400 words (if you include IT related work). My previous one was: OldOne = Resume Keyboard Catcher In 2448 characters it looked like garbage with tables everywhere :(Update your text editor to better suits Tableau so fancy stuff fits in rows & columns well enough table-layout based formatting is still being worked on.
I think it’s very clean – a lot of posts I see here show a great deal of graphics, especially if they are resumes with a lot of content.
First is that it looks *very* professional – nothing flashy or rough around any edges whatsoever (that i’d want).
I like how the personal info is very prominent, and the fact that it’s not in a boring bullet point format. I think the template is very professional, and will help you stand out from the rest of the applicants. I personally liked the top description section, and wanted to see how it can be improved.
I also like the way the top and bottom borders of my first page fold into the main section when I re-size. The text that spans the gap is already one page long.
I don’t like the traditional “Objective” section, as it’s considered fluff and seen as outdated. Instead I decided to highlight activities and accomplishments during my internships.
I don’t like the previous experience icons at the bottom, they just look cluttered. I wanted there to be a clear dividing line between professional and personal lives. This cv breaks that up very nicely. In addition, I wanted to highlight my years of international experience, and make it clear that I’m open to moving to any country in the world.
It has an interesting layout which mixes horizontal & vertical lines very effectively to create flow (its like watching paint mix), it’s minimal yet still colorful with good use of white space, plenty enough detail without being too much or making yourself go ‘zingy’ again.
I wasn’t sure about the title I gave myself, and I wanted to make it clear that I don’t have any engineering experience.
It’s not boring! 2 pages is much more acceptable in CS/Software Engineering despite being one page resumes are still quite uncommon (I can’t think off hand what kind or value recruiters / managers give two-pages as far presentation wise).
I think it’s very easy to navigate. Since I am still new to the workforce, I don’t have a lot of experience to share, and the experience I do have is not exactly relevant.
It fits in one page unlike most that’re either two or three pages longI’m used to open with an objective statement like so:OBJECTIVE.
First off, most of the companies I see apply a very broad scope of their job descriptions to their job postings. By default, this leads people to assume that a given job must be available to anyone regardless of past experience, or else they must have done something wrong.
No silly headings or tables to get in peoples way during reading (ie Bar / Body ). Second – Headers are clickable links that direct you directly into relevant content on your documentSo if someone wantsto see what exactly is contained within. A nice feature indeed. (of course i can also add personal projects etc) And finally.
It’s very clean, which is convenient if you’re applying for professional jobs (which I am), and it highlights the relevant experience in a way that’s easy to scan. It also shows initiative, as I thought it would be interesting to highlight my volunteer experience as I’ve been looking for a new job for a few months now.
One is it’s ability to simplify many ways you can structure your CV without missing important information or going into too much detail that might be needed elsewhere (i., an objective statement). Another bonus: It makes me more flexible in presenting myself because each position presents different opportunities vs setting expectations/barriers.
I personally think the slightly bolder color is nice, especially since I’m trying to go professional. It also fits with my current look (more upscale).
It looks tremendous. I feel like many modern resumes are cluttered and not readable.
My first reason is that it’s extremely clean. Since I’m just starting out in my career, keeping a very simple design is very important. it was designed to be easy to read at a glance.
I noticed a lack of formatting in my old resume. My old resume used a lot of space, and it looked pretty plain. The references section in my old resume was just a list of names, and looked pretty plain. With this new resume, I’ve tried to create a more personal narrative surrounding every job I’ve had.
The main thing is it makes me feel happy to see that even though I am not the greatest at writing resumes, I can at least make one that looks good and tells a story.
It’s different! Old school black-and-white saying “this is what i think” vs todays very eye catching infographic (which all industry resumes should be). Second – It looks like every other one on top means something specific.
I already mentioned that it’s a LOT cleaner than my old one, almost too much so. The first is that I no longer have to worry about my font being too small or too big. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you which of these I should use because I don’t know what XeCCGI specifies.
It looks great on Mac or PC (I prefer Windows), is simple yet eye-catching – perfect if you don’t want your precious white space to go unnoticed during an interview, plus it has some special graphical flare which helps bring out specific aspects in any given situation.
And it looks good with or without a fancy image. Plus it’s ad free!Which is why I’d love your opinion on it. Let me know which one you prefer. And feel free to post any ad that you think would look good on the cv.
I like how the side margins start as a solid color, then it changes to black as you add more content. I like that it’s easy to read and each section can have a big bold font. I also like that it doesn’t repeat itself at the bottom, which I think is nice.
It’s minimal! There is only enough white space on one side to fit around 4 lines instead 5 which looks really neat in these types of resumes. (see picture )Secondly ,it follows ATS guidelines very well.
It’s extremely clean (I always like to keep things very simple). It has been designed specifically with IT in mind.
It’s so refreshing to not have *just* formatted text for the new resume. I think the combination of blue and gray makes my resume stand-out in a good way -blue being the background and gray being the text.
It saves me 2400$ ala carte, and it’s super easy to format on a phone or small computer screen.
So first off:The content is actually pretty solid already — all that’s missing are some client details & brief entry/relationship history stuffs (nothing serious)And here’takes place any “bracketing//lining // bullets etc. ) The text size has been increased by.
It looks so neat; it’s a pleasure to look at (which I think is a great first step. The main thing that initially drew me to this template was the fact that, for the first time, I’m seeing professional design in a job posting.
It’s clean, uncluttered, and optimizes aesthetic potential. Additionally, while I know a resume is only 1/3 the battle, I feel like this one far exceeds in my opinion.
It’s very readable, something I struggled with throughout the years. With its custom layout and columns, it’s very easy to compare my history of jobs and to see what might need to be improved. Finally, unlike most cv designs, this one actually gives a good overview of my experience and is easy to read.
**I** like the classic “old-fashioned” look. I think it’s *that* kind of cool.
It’s awesome looking; just look at that font! It looks clean with little clutter compared to many other “fancy” templates which can get cluttered fast.
I never really got to the point where I felt comfortable showing it to people I know, mostly because of how awful my old CV was.
My old one, while actually being okay, felt very industrial and boring. With this, I feel like I have a lot more leeway with how I can portray myself, what I can include, etc. I’m hoping that someone here can give me a few tips on how to make my resume more appealing with these new guidelines.
For starters, I think the design is very easy to read and is pretty much always aesthetically pleasing. It also helps that I’m using a size 10 for most of my base, and 5 for the header and info.
It’s clean & professional looking, doesn’t get too messy with accompanying text (a problem that some templates have), it offers significant editing flexibility based on what job you’re going into(great if your business related career has led to other responsibilities which require different skills or experience)& an awesome typographic aesthetic as well.
It’s beautiful! – It highlights what are probably two most important aspects any job applicant is expected to have: experience AND proficiency with English language / computers.
It’s clean – something that is very important in our field! Additionally it looks like every other word document out there instead Of having crazy columns with colors. &hyeet:This made me feel even more confident about applying to jobs when submitting resumes so recently have also ditched templates (except one. Very simple & format-nothing fancy).
First off: The ability to create different experiences/projects lists from which you can choose is really great if your career involves creating lots (or even any) content as opposed to print-oriented jobs like most junior devs have.
Normally I keep my resume at 1 page, this little beauty is straining to hit 1. 5.
It’s compact (unlike my old resume which was WAY too long). It’s absolute perfection. And it’s super easy to edit in Word or in any other word processor. 🙂 I’m thrilled to share it with you all.
It’s clean – something I really like in my resumes. It’s different. I think it looks very different than any other template I’ve seen and that’s a good thing.
It’s very readable, a major plus if you’re looking to elevate an average resume. Totally re-did the “profile” section, tried something different.
I hope the image doesn’t make it hard to read though 🙂 The first reason is because at my last two jobs i didn’t really care what kind of a resume I made since i was technically on the books for the amount of time they took, and this job is no different.
I think for the most part it’s very clean and minimal, yet still incredibly eye-catching. The format is also nice and big enough to share on my own with or without a template, making it easy to share is quite easy.
It makes the whole resume go from 2 pages to 1 (which was *very* packed before). It makes the whole resume MUCH more consistent from one page to the next.
I hope this helps someone! 🙂 *I used a pre-drawn template because I liked the way it looked. * *I made the text black so it would be readable even in grayscale.
It looks clean, crisp, and modern. I’m on the fence about the top section, though.
The first is that I know exactly what information goes on it, and I don’t have to look at my “resume blob” to find out what info I need. Since I’m going to be applying for work in the same industry as my current job, I don’t have to say anything as to not bias the hiring decision.
The first is that I find myself able to fit more info without the resume looking padded. The information does not seem pushed in like it did before. Also, the info is presented in a more readable way, since I’m no longer trying to fit it in a small text box.
It saved me from wasting time customizing a new, boring, word-filled cv. It saves me from having irrelevant (and long) descriptions. It saves me from not being able to see the forest for the trees.
Most cv templates tend to be very dull, almost black and white, with very few bright colors. Not mine anymore. A+++
First and most importantly, it’s clean – for the most part. No more messy, sometimes confusing, layout with a bunch of tabs running down the left. It’s simple, and that’s a good thing. It’s interactive.
The first reason is it’s so exactly what I’m doing. I’m very specifically and specifically saying what I *do* in the job descriptions, and no, I’m not going to fudge or lie about what I do.
It’s so much easier to organize my info. I don’t have to worry about accidentally leaving a field blank, because I can always fill it in with a different item. Since I am change of career from marketing to actuarial, it’s nice to have something “professional” around that shows I belong in said field.
I like the ability to add whatever I want, without worrying about how it will look to someone who only sees black and white. The design is clean and contemporary, not super flashy, and still kind of “fancy”. I like that it’s still simple and doesn’t have that crazy color.