Because this pack of templates comes with two different versions of the original design shown, Intercolumn contains six total word files made up of pairs of CV’s, portfolios, and twos cover pages with quotes down the left side to create the best impression imaginable.
- The resume begins by showcasing your work availability along with a linkedin profile link in its header.
- Next, we have the subheader, sized perfectly for an informative skills summary, or for a simple branding statement if you have little to no freelance experience.
- It ends things off with a complete references section containing two prior bosses that are ready to say delightful things about you.
- For computer science students, be sure to make your scholastic background the focal point of the body. And don’t forget to touch on which software knowledge you plan to build onƒ??whether it be in your studies or the workplace.
- Make sure to highlights skills found in the job description when talking about your relevant experience, but you should also highlight any other relevant skills that can help you stand out from other candidates. This can help the hiring manager get a better idea of how you will fit into the role and what makes you the best candidate for the job.
- As an individual, you have experiences and skills that make you unique, and these qualifications lend themselves to your work as a professional. While it’s important to list all of the right skills when you’re talking about your experience, you can list other positions that have given you skills that you can use to help you in a teaching environment and any accomplishments that make you stand out from other candidates.
- The years you’ve been in the workforce can determine how you want to layout your professional experience on your resume. Too many jobs in too short of a time frame can make your resume look over-simplified. Instead, consider a career path that is over five years long. Even if you haven’t held a job that long, you can still include relevant experiences that will help you stand out from other candidates.
- Virtually all professional experience is relevant to the job you’re applying for. Even jobs that aren’t related can be relevant if you used them to grow professionally or learn skills that will aid in the position you’re applying for. Be sure to include your job title, company, years you worked there and your main duties.
- If you’re applying for a job related to the entertainment industry, you’ll want to include experience in that field. Even jobs that aren’t directly job duties can be relevant if you used them to grow professionally or learn skills that will aid in the position you’re applying for. Make sure to include your job title, company, years you worked there and your main duties.
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I used this template to apply for two internships, both of which I was accepted to. I had a 3.8 GPA at the time, and I think that has a lot to do with why I didn’t get any offers. Regardless, I think my resume looks a lot better than it did before, and I’m pretty proud of it.
I feel like it’s so much better than my old resume. I used to have weird gaps in between each job listed. Now it’s all one cohesive block. I didn’t use to have a skills section either. I didn’t know what skills to put down so I just put things I think are relevant. That made me feel really insecure.
I had to cut a lot of my previous experience out to make room for work history and to keep it from looking like an over zealous teenager. It’s like someone said, “Hey! You might be a good fit for our marketing team. Let’s have you write an email explaining why you should be hired instead of just having your experience listed out”.
It looks so neat and clean, and the dark background helps hide all those pesky small text mistakes. There’s also a nice border around the text helping to hide any mistakes.
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I used this template to apply to two tech companies (360 and Leap) and got the interviews with both of them. I believe my resume is the best decision I could have made with my resume at the time. I used this template to get my first job as a programmer. I used this template to get two internships at my current company. I used this same resume to get a third internship at a startup.
I applied to 100+ jobs and only got 1 call. I was able to land that job through a recruiter who just happened to know I was looking for a new job. I hope this helps someone.
I had to re-do my whole resume using this template. I could see how it could help me get lost in the hiring process and see how my resume would stand out amongst other candidates. All the information is there and easily verifiable. Also, this makes me confident that if I decide to go back to school, I would be able to get my teaching license.
It’s simple. Every recruiter and hiring manager wants to see your best work. If you look like you’re trying to cover a gap in time, or are applying to jobs out of your current field, they are going to pass. It’s modern. Most modern resumes look like things that were designed in the 90s.
I have always been a person who uses a lot of direct statements and the whole “about me” section was a big reason why I decided to go in this direction. I also love the idea of having a “skills” section because I know I can be pretty good at a lot of things and it’s always been a big lie to just list things I can do.