Most job seekers aren’t even aware of the fact that it only takes 6 seconds for you to stand out enough to capture that hiring manager’s undivided attention. Use that short time span wisely and make an impactful statement with Hilltop, a colorful while classy resume that pops.
Insert a touch of personalization by way of your favorite headshot, and let employers see what you look like. Pictures tend to make your creativity emerge in often cases. Good thing this template oozes with both distinction and originality.
Map out the extent of an impressive nursing background with the pre-formatted units you’ve worked in, ranging from intensive care, pediatrics, medicine, to acute care. If you’re not a CNA, it’s easy to swap out titles to reflect a different occupation.
Rule of thumb. Temp jobs look just as important as long term positions, so don’t be stingy when it comes to listing those facilities you had 4 and 6 month stints with onto your employment history.
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First off it looks great because you can do whatever kind of layout suits your content best without worrying about wasting space or appearing sloppy in any way (which is important when layouts are standardized across companies).
It uses a tabbed layout which I find attractive, and also it allows me to fit my whole life experience on 1 page which is a plus.
Since I do most of the talking/speaking in my jobs, I wanted a way to really stand out – in a good way.
I didn’t know how I wanted my resume to look, since I am pretty much looking for any job right now. And I wanted it to represent me as a whole, not just focused on my IT background. Also, I wanted to stand out from the crowd and show that I had some other experience (i. management, marketing).
It looks so much nicer than the old word-based version, and it’s much easier to read, though I worry it might be too easy to glance at.* The old word-based version was just too busy, and the columns were giving me trouble even trying to fit it on one page.* The old resume didn’t highlight my skills.
It matches the Material Design guideline very closely. and most importantly, it gets rid of that pesky paragraph explaining why I was unemployed. Instead, I just put *why I was unemployed* in big, bold letters in the header. That explains why I was unemployed, and it explains what I’m going to work on now.
Number one is that in addition to having perfect English on both pages (greater than 99%), it’s very minimalist – just three columns with little color separating sections like education from work experience/other skills etc.
First, it creates emphasis without being obtuse; you wont get lost among all those pesky bullet points that bog down your CV (yes even mine). It saves space because now there are less items to include in **each category**.
I don’t like to put a photo of myself on my resume since I’m required to wear one in certain states, and I don’t have anything personal in it.
It looks clean, sleek, and is visually appealing. It eliminates the need to go through an application process I have no interest in completing. It saves me money since I don’t have to buy a new font and can save and print it without any problem. It saves time since I don’t have to navigate around my resume I don’t feel is good enough anymore.
It’s clean! No banners or ugly stickied content clogging up your desktop btw. – It follows an aesthetic that everyone should approve seems decent in most cases (no pun intended).
It looks so clean and simple, and still has a bit of color. My old resume looked like a mess :|:|:|:.
It looks very visually appealing, with a touch of color to it. It doesn’t get too over the top, and that’s something I’ve struggled with with my updated resume.
Some obvious design choices were to change from tables with embedded images (which could become very unpleasing when converted into pdfs) in an already existing document—something that resulted aesthetically pleasing yet simultaneously professional looking resumes;1. ) The previously produced documents had paragraphs insteadOf course it’s always best practice & look weird!.
I LOVE that it’s a one page style, it’s so easy to look at and not so much text. I LOVE that it’s a collage, not a traditional resume.