Bookkeepers need be great with financial statements and balance sheets. While applying for an accounting related position, prove to potential employers your Microsoft Excel proficiency levels with this fully crafted word resume named Lemna.
The layout is legible and to-the point. Add keywords, key auditing abilities, memes, and visual elements to complete your corporate resume.
Adjust the various skill level charts by dragging the measurement stick to the right, decide which titles to use, and choose relevant headers and amounts that you prefer.
The little bullets indicate to the reader the general ledger expertise you’re aiming to highlight.
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My text is large and bold. I feel like it is easy to read. It is not muddled in under one page. Most importantly, it is specific. I can tell my sixth month hiring manager that I want a job as a data analyst, and she doesn’t have to think I’m crazy for it.
I like how:My text is actually spread across the page, which looks nice.It’s easy to read. No tiny fonts, small margins, or weirdly shaped text.It’s designed for a 10-12 font.
Formatting! Faketown is an exciting city in Florida that has produced some great politicians & business people (my parents) so it’s always been somewhat difficult to get peope on board with what feels like changes they aren’t entirely conscious about.
This actually happened to me today, so I was less than thrilled to wake up to such a plain resume.
I think it’s very impressive for a resume to stand out compared to the majority of other resumes out there. I think it’s a very good way to show the amount of experience and skills you have. There are a lot of “your resume tells us everything about you.A.
I like how the template includes the courses and projects I’ve done throughout my schooling – a great way to show my development as a student.
I think the design looks much more modern and edgy than the old word-template format. It’s not bland and doesn’t have that “retro” look people seem to be complaining about.I think the template allows me to put *more* information than would be possible in a traditional format.
It saves me what feels like several hours worth every time i repost or re-writemy CV because it is that easy to read/parse (I am in Ireland if thats relevant).
## Requirements for a good CV CV is, that it has to be simple and attractive. ## There are lots of badcv templates out there, that look like a post-production studio production. A good CV should be simple and clean, without being too minimal.
My old resume had color, and even though I think it made me stand out, it definitely wasn’t a quality you want when you’re sending in a resume for a medium that’s going to be reviewed by *everyone*.
It is incredibly simple, and clean. It doesn’t waste space with explanations or fluff. It also looks great on a pdf or docx, and is slightly flexible when printing.
I think the visual indicates that my job is based in the US. I wanted to use a single page. I wanted to keep it simple and equal length on the left and right sides, and use white space in the middle.
I’m typically using a template that is meant for resumes, which has a somewhat awkward shape to it. I’m coming from a 2 page resume that was both overly text heavy and looked relative crap.
My old resume was boxy. The new resume is very creative, and I feel like it’s definitely made me look more professional (I even liked the intro, “Just a college student looking for work.
I don’t like to bullshit my interviewers, and this style of cv gives an honest impression that’s direct and to the point. And the color is eye-catching and adds some style.
It is simple, yet still impressive looking. It uses a standard size font, which is nice when I’m submitting my resume online. I was a little worried about the date for my education section; it isn’t dated though, it just has my university, years attended, and years graduated with notes that I graduated in 2009.
It looks nice, it’s fairly readable, and, importantly for me, it gets the job I *want*, which is the sort of job I *need* to get. As a note: I have colored the line that separates my first and second job a dark gray and the two horizontal lines are divided into two columns of gray.
My old resume was just a plain black and white, two column, gray text resume that I had been sending out to any companies that would hire me (even those that were F50 companies with no SEO/ads business).
It is simple, which I know looks good, especially for an IT admin. It highlights my skills rather than duties It is intended for an admin role, which is what I plan to really focus on It is multiline, which is good for admin type roles
It’s very aesthetic which is something that weighs heavily in IT (I’m Australian).
It is visually attractive as hell:no complaints here. – It follows almost exactly from one style to another (or so they claim)Second – Most importantly & most surprisingly these days there seems not be such thing anymore like “industry x” or even specific industry names.
I didn’t have a specific section to put job description/role information. I had more ‘fillers’ than I think are acceptable in a professional cv. And finally, I had a few repeated items and skills that I thought should be discussed in more detail elsewhere.
It looks so nice on paper!I hope the color is not too much of a deviation from the rest of my resume. I chose a very earthy color, similar to what my background is (turquoise). I’m concerned there may be too much emphasis on the black portions and not enough on the text.
It saves me on multiple outbreaks easily (never gotten to edit anything before because it always looks messy when u try), as well saving space by removing old entries.
I like how it looks. It’s clean, plain, and it’s not a confusing combination of fonts (which can be a big problem, I know). It’s consistent between the different sections, and each section has just enough information that it will be clear what I did. It’s a good size.
From a stylistic point of view this is very visually appealing as it is visually balanced. From a functional point of view this template is very easy to parse. Any analytic or programming type job will immediately pick up the keywords/skills/hardware/software that this template has on it.
It is very informal, which makes sense because this is a resume for a high schooler, not a professional.
It’s a lot easier to read/navigate. It’s designed to be read by tables. This is important because most of the positions I’m applying for list their requirements in a headings, rather than a bullet list.