This popular download bundle includes 3 different design versions for word that you can choose from, in case you’d prefer a lighter colored page style.
Featuring a myriad of infographics stuffed into tables, Histographic is loved by IT professionals more so than any other profession. And you can see why.
- Utilizing stacked pyramid charts, it handles year-long employment gaps with ease by taking the attention away from them.
- The snapshots show the table grids inserted into the documents, making a long list of advanced skill-sets a whole lot easier to emphasize… and finalize.
The portfolio page features large pictures for your active projects, along with a nice area on top to put your website link within a headline.
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It saves me from having to go back & re type so much information every time i get hired on. I used thier “classic” style bc that’s what got mine seen by HR when they were hiring at same company :).
For starters, I think the visual style is very appealing. I think the template is very cleverly designed, making it easy to parse information from the template while also displaying lots of visual interest. Thirdly, I think the template results in a resume that is not too wordy, yet still expressive and exciting to read.
It looks very clean as far as I can tell. It’s only two pages, which is always a plus in my opinion. It’s professional, without being cheesy. It’s aesthetically pleasing which is always a plus.My only hesitation is if it looks too “broad” in having those two pages.
It’s very minimal, yet it has enough white space to make me confident that I don’t need to worry about my margins being too small. Also, the cv is a very good size (1 and it doesn’t try to fit in the page by size 2 rule of thumb.
Being in healthcare, I am used to a very traditional look – and I think it is very important to stand out from the rest of the applicants. being in the entertainment industry, I am used to a very clean and clear professional format (no ill-formed sentences, simple and clean grammar etc.) which this template does a great job of enforcing.
I didn’t feel like I had enough on my resume to do it justice, with all the stuff I had to put, it just looked a little weird to me. The big blank spaces on the left are where the picture is missing, and the lines are where the first and second paragraphs join.
It’s clean! No more columns or tables to muck things up (unless you really care).
No more wide margins, now it’s strictly uniform. It’s so “standard” for Canadian engineering/technologist’s resumes.
No weird looking text boxes or extra “fluff” lines to add flamboyance (those are always an afterthought pain in all cases). There is no special font/size used throughout. Everything fits nicely within its inch range.
I didn’t know how to reflect my work experience in an industry-specific manner. I wanted to highlight my years-long dedication to community service. And last, I wanted to put my law-enforcement experience on my resume because I think it shows a lot of transferable skills.
It looks very clean and is visually appealing. I also like that it templates itself to fit various industries and job functions with tabs for each category. My other concern is with my short stint in private sector consulting.