6 reviews  

Lead your clients and potential clients in awe when they see a resume that reflects your salary history and key strengths like Irvona does.

It’s a fine-tuned template chosen by applicants who love dark textured backgrounds, without overwhelming readers.

 

Upload new company logos that reflect your employment history, then input your descriptions by selecting the corresponding cell beside it. Copy, paste and go.

 


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AM
3 months ago
amir m

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It keeps my education, experience and certificates on one page. Sc. program after I decided I didn’t like it, and it’s been several years since I’ve graduated.

MA
5 months ago
michelle a

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I think the blue color is eye-catching, not just a no-go. Also, the little lines that extend from the gray text create a nice, clean, formal line that creates a gap between the two columns. The little circles at the bottom create a nice, formal touch.

OW
6 months ago
oliver w

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My old resume looked like it was full of extra things that did not need to be there. The new resume doesn’t look like it AT ALL. It looks like *me* now. I like that it is concise and to the point, unlike my old resume which was a ridiculous wall of text.

MJ
6 months ago
myles j

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Most importantly: it looks *so much* better than the last one I was using. It’s clean, minimal, nicely spaced out, and appealing to the eye. It’s also very easy to maneuver around on a desk or pad, because it’s separated into neatly centered sections.it saves me a TON of time.

AG
6 months ago
abbigail g

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It’s clean! No more ugly black lines (which is good because i’m in sales). Just straight to your fields with no fluff whatsoever between them. * Nice typography. My words are small text which looks nice against dark backgrounds like these.

CK
6 months ago
charles k

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I’m using a single font, rather than the traditional Times New Roman, which feels much more professional. I incorporated a brightly colored logo of my own design, rather than the standard business typography of “Big Company”, “Print Company”. Finally, I felt that the information in my previous experience was no longer relevant, so I chose to remove it.