Certainly one of our more popular downloaded bundles, these professional looking resume templates are perfect for your next job application.
Here are the three color schemes included:
Each color scheme comes with its own cover letter, portfolio and one page resume. Below is a close up of the red and dark blue page layout often used to fill up with power words:
A rule of thumb is to always take advice from those who have been there before… as seen by the vector images added into the document you can emphasize both your hard skills and soft skills with this template.
If you’re someone over 50, don’t make your introduction too long – in the sample provided in this download you will see it uses only 3 to 4 sentences for it’s “About Me” area.
We suggest tweaking up on your areas of improvement instead of just focusing on your core strengths, even if you’re an older worker.
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It looks so professional, it stands out from the rest of the paper, and it is a good size (I normally hit the 1 page mark pretty quick).
It’s functional: as soon you read or speak some German word will pop out immediately on your paper; second – text focus makes reading/hearing things that much more effective (for me at least); third– structure is clean & simple. Readable wherever language takes place.
For the first time ever, I can actually edit my resume (long story) and make it the way I want it. Stay at home moms get completely ignored in the recruiting process.
I didn’t want to just slap it up and see what happened, and still get a decent or even great result. So I spent a good amount of time working on it, and now it is pretty much done.
I used a lot of color and I think it works very well. I didn’t put a picture of myself and I tried to keep it short and simple.
First off (this is important), it’s exactly 1 page long–that was easy to accomplish with Microsoft Pages because all you have do are listed on one line each job item.
It’s a LOT smaller than the old template. I was thinking this was intentional, because a lot of the text is centered on the page, maximizing the height of the resume. Also, since I’m going for a non-standard design, I want to make sure the typography is appropriate.
I did a lot of volunteer work as far as geography and such, and I was wondering if it was ok to put those experiences in my resume. I graduated university a while back, and I am going to be applying for jobs in Canada.
It is minimalist without being unprofessional (a big plus when competing), it follows an “old-school” standard that plenty these modern templates are not respecting yet still looks very professional(good choice considering i’m looking into jobs unrelated to old fashioned finance clinics or law firms where things may be more informal).
I didn’t really have a professional looking resume until now, with it looking very unprofessional at first (not even mentioning the fact that it wasn’t passed on the ATS).
It eliminates the black vertical lines on the side from my old resume. Looks clean. Makes me think there isn’t any white space in the resume.
It’s minimalistic, bright, and clean (no gray lines). It’s only one page. It’s got that classic, clean, white look you know is so expected and saves space on resumes everywhere. The text size is 10 pt. I know 10 pt.
I’m always a little doubtful of the ATS platform that many of us are using. Every ATS I’ve come across has a difficult time reading the text on my printed page, especially when the font is different from what the ATS tries to read.
It looks so much cleaner and still keeps the essence of what a resume should be while adding some personality. It was so difficult to find a template for a resume with a bit of color because I am in a creative field and my resume usually are black and white. Which is why I am so excited that I found a template like this.
My old resume was just a wall of text, with not much personality. This one gives a clear flow of the information, and seems very friendly and approachable. It’s easy to read and the font is very readable. The previous resume I had was very basic, and didn’t even have a “profile” or “qualifications” section.
The first and most obvious is that it looks so clean. It gives me so much room to add information about myself without it being TOO much.
It’s clean – something I’m always worried about with resumes – and the use of colors is eye-catching. The little pop of color at the bottom is also a nice touch. I’m a bit worried about being overqualified, or overqualified for the type of work I’m looking for.
It is very easy toread/read comfortably, as the font size is 10pt. It is very clean – no extra spaces, no underlines returning to the text, nothing like that.
Off the top of my head, I like the template because: My previous resume had lots of unnecessary information that I didn’t need on the other side, so it looked messy. I tend to have trouble reading small text on a screen, so I really like the format.