Skip the boring, long, 3 page resume in favor of a condensed, clean typography one page version that puts the power words in your profile summary and special skills to the forefront. This uses bold fonts for the long hyperlink found in your linkedin and systematically places it in a personal statement box.
Even if you’re a software engineer that only has some college completed, the Georgian template uses multiple layers to bring out your current job by creating a colorful – but thin – border around a pastel air force blue base. People love this one… mainly because its header space accommodates over 10 key workshop points containing hundreds of verbs.
For those needing to take action sooner rather than later, the rest of the page was designed specifically for you guys. It uses tidy panels to organize your writing accomplishments, another for your technical skills, and so on.
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It blends the content better, minimizing where first one ends and second one begins. It flows better, using horizontal lines to divide up my sections making it look and feel more organized. And lastly, the content is more conversational, using active voice instead of passive.
I personally feel a modern template is easier to read & looks more professional than the plain format old school style. Also, the large size font “pops” out when you print which I personally like.
It fits perfectly on one page (as opposed to 2 pages like most people seem To do). The typeface is very clean & simple looking – no crazy serif style crap that makes your text look all wonky when printed out because it gets repeatedly struck by printer’s ink jet altough you might not be able see through them at tiny sizes.
It’s easy to read/navigate through on mobile devices (I type fast)- hence why there is no significant color used in design here.
It’s very simple, and easy to read. It offers a bit more structure, than my old resume, which was very imprecise and could be summarized with a few bullet points. Three, it offers a good color scheme.
It’s clean, doesn’t look like a resume at all, and it’s accentuated with just the right amount of bold and color to make it stand out.
I DO feel like this looks more professional than my previous, boring looking resume. I tried to create a distinction between the “code” I put in and the content I put in.
It’s clean & simple like in theory every recruiter or hiring manager wants to see what your skills are first before reading some long paragraph about you on an online “resume builder”.
It’s very simple – another reason I like it. and more importantly, it keeps my most relevant work experience (my most recent position) off of two pages, which is important when I want to apply for tech-related jobs. The previous position, a product manager by the name of John Doe, was a bit of a unique situation.
I am coming from a very traditional corporate looking resume that was full of self-promotion and industry-specific messaging. Everything about it was **the wordy** way to paint the picture. No quick glances at the picture. No conveying my five years of experience in one picture. I mean, it was *messy*.
It looks so much cleaner than my last one, and it’s a lot easier on the eyes. Plus it has a nice simple design.
First off, It’s readable, and the information is easy to find. The light blue color is also very eye-catching. The info at the bottom is easy to find, and the format is good for uploading recommended courses or educational info.
My old resume has been pretty much the same old crap every time I applied for a job. This one though, I think looks nice, and it’s a lot easier to read (my old one was just a mess of points and shit). I guess the only thing I’m not sold on is the color.
It’s interactive! Yes you read that correctly: typing any text will cause points to appear on screen (hold down shift while adding or removing items). This is perfect if your goal are realistic looking resumes with graphics etc. Second – It keeps formating correct whilst allowing complete control over font size/face style / color.
Like the option to use with or without graphs. My old resume was .PDF, and although ATS is starting to understand how to read/formate/header/footerPDF is starting to understand how to read the text, and even some line breaks.
I haven’t had to do a resume in quite a long time. As you can see from my years in, I’ve had a few jobs (each of which lasted less than six months) and I’ve spent a lot of time on my current position.
It looks so clean and modern, yet still has that old school feel. The text isn’t too tiny and the font is not too big.
I’m young, and I look pretty young (I’m 26 with a bit of grey in me). I’m a girl. A lot of companies want young, relatively young, lithe, curvy, athletic types.
First off, I worked my way up through college! I started out as a math tutor, and eventually moved onto an undergrad research program, all of which were very different projects. By the time I graduated, I was so confident in my abilities that I just flat out forgot about *looking* like a good project.
The template is simple, yet eye catching. I feel like this is a key factor that will get my attention and entice potential employers to want to look at it.The template is simple, yet eye catching because it doesn’t just blindly accepts whatever word processor software is pre-packaged with resume maker software.
It uses a standard size font, so all cv templates on this site should look similar. It uses a single color for the body and title/heading, making it easier to read in general.
I think a “profile” or “skills” section would be better than a “work experience” or “education” section. It’s clean, it’s direct, and it tells you everything you need to know about a company’s processes/practices/long-term goals.