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Looking to land an office job? Whether you’re a well-versed professional or applying for that first receptionist job, you can use Mantiger to bring the wow into the resume you show office managers.

All four pages stick to a navy blue and greyscale with cleverly made font faces in every part and use a transparent circular headshot. The photo can be easily swapped out for a logo of your choosing, naturally.

Don’t hesitate to get ideas by delving into the writing guide and sample icon library that comes with the pack.

From any version of MS Word, click any portion of the timeline to extend it or shorten it as you please. Same goes for the text boxes, all of which are preset in chronological order.

With the long list of professional skills used in the mockup, you can even make some more space to upload a barcode. How? Just explore word’s insert tab as instructed in the guidelines. Takes a few seconds.

 


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KS
2 weeks ago
khalil s

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It’s simple, clean, and it’s aesthetically pleasing. It’s also got all my skills, so no more “ew, I can’t figure out how to parse that without using a calculator” (lower case lolf) everytime I parse my text.

AT
2 weeks ago
angelo t

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I don’t like the old format for a few reasons: It was too cramped It didn’t follow the new stylistic guidelines of 2015 (which was a disaster) It was just a bad, bad experience overallI am very traditional and stick to the tried and true.

RM
3 weeks ago
rodney m

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My old CV was wordy – lots were one long paragraph My previous job experience couldn’t fit on two pagesI knew that you shouldn’t include your household salary or country pension plan where it wouldn; t be much help to know anyone in there.

RA
3 weeks ago
rose a

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It beats the heck out of word. I can format it better with periods instead of spaces in between words. And third, it follows the modern minimalist trend. I’m a graphic designer in the industry, and this style is very popular right now. Although I know it’s not perfect, I think it’s a good start.

NM
3 weeks ago
nevaeh m

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Since I am going for a more creative kind of job, a lot of creative positions look very appealing to me.

TY
4 weeks ago
theresa y

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It’s a fairly simple template, which means I can screw it up as much as I want and it won’t show. the fact that it’s a fairly simple template means I can customize it to fit any job I apply for, which is crucial if I want to get anywhere with my job search.

SL
1 month ago
sharon l

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I always struggled to fill out a page even though I have some decent experience. My last two jobs I didn’t have a second job because: * They were long term and I knew I could be in the field for 10+ years.

RJ
1 month ago
robin j

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It looks so professional, I don’t want to let them down with an ugly resume. I tried to really stand out by emphasizing my project management experience. I had a lot of responsibilities and accomplishments during my internship, which I don’t see on other resumes, and I want to showcase them.

MW
1 month ago
marilyn w

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The typeface is nice and sans serif (Ez), which feels clean and modern. It’s aesthetically pleasing. It’s affordable (starting at $6. 9. I personally find that online cv templates tend to be very “fancy”, and look pretty bad when they’re printed out.

KW
1 month ago
kayla w

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It’s clean: Although nothing is hidden behind an opening page; everything happens on one nice smooth piece or another as you scroll down your screen. ” (they can see all that person has done)- Easy to skim thru”: The text feels refined.

JB
1 month ago
joshua b

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One – It’s clean! Two – The field/job titles are visually appealing even if not impressive as far looks on paper. – Another thing which is really important to me specifically at entry level (banking) levels or jobs in sales: it matches all five boroughs perfectly within one line.

DS
2 months ago
darlene s

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My old resume was top-heavy, with 3 pretty different sections and the whole thing was about two pages. With this, I can fit more information on the page (without hiding important info), and it looks more straightforward overall. * Simple and clean design – no frills, just a straight-forward and clean template.

DF
2 months ago
douglas f

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I found it extremely easy to manipulate; every element on the page is the PERFECT size quan I manipulate them, it’s a really nice read. I like how it tells a story.

JP
2 months ago
joshua p

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My old resume was just a wall of text and black, very boring, and VERY MISUNDERSTABLE. The new one, with all the STYLE, is a refreshing change.

CF
2 months ago
clarence f

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It saves me 2400+ characters, it’s very minimalist, and it’s incredibly aesthetic. It also happens to have some awesome color, which I always appreciate.

HA
2 months ago
hattie a

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I always struggled with concise phrasing. “Effective Communicator” is an old expression. We’re not robots. We are people just like you and me. We have feelings, we correctly process information, and sometimes we make mistake.

IL
2 months ago
ivan l

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I’m a visual learner. When I learned about color, I found it difficult to learn about using others in a white space. using a cv template like this one ensures that my resume doesn’t become three seperate pages.

MJ
2 months ago
maria j

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For one, I didn’t have to deal with the self-edit bullshit that is common with most resumes. I think the fact that I worked in a high-end restaurant makes my resume stand out, even though I didn’t have a job title.

DE
2 months ago
david e

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It looks clean, isn’t overwhelming, has a nice centered column for my professional experience, and it is visually appealing.

AH
2 months ago
audrey h

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I omitted an “object” section. I believe this lets me focus on the skills relevant to the industry – which are, in my opinion, very limited. I combined company and school names in one line, rather than the other in either. This helps keep the resume concise while also not overcrowding the page.

CH
2 months ago
cecilia h

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It looks clean (I always wanted it to look tidy), nicely organized skills are prominent on top alongside experience/education etc.

VF
2 months ago
victor f

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It’s very clean (no more ugly border lines) It makes me think big! Because in most cases you’re going to be applying through some kind recruitment agency anyway so your CV will probably need tailored depending on which company/role etc.

KE
2 months ago
killian e

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I like how it’s concise–everything I need is on one page. It’s clear and concise. It’s a little eye-catching.

CG
2 months ago
casey g

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My old resume, I felt, fell flat in my eyes. It was a lot of words and merely shows I have that “paper resume” experience to be considered for higher paying positions, when in reality I am self employed, with all the emphasis on that fact. The new CV, on the other hand, is direct and to the point.

KJ
2 months ago
kate j

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It allows me to cut down my resume without losing any important information. It is also aesthetically pleasing, and allows me to edit the resume how I see fit, without stressing over whether it looks too “flashy”.

AL
2 months ago
alma l

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It’s much easier to read/scan. since I’m a generalist, I can read/write in multiple formats/languages with ease (I can read and write PDFs with no problem whatsoever, for example).

PG
2 months ago
paul g

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I like the ability to know exactly what my resume looks like on paper. I like having a list of my major accomplishments, and being able to see them in one handy list. I also like being able to save my resume as a PDF, and being able to edit it anytime I want without having to go into each one to fix things.

BW
2 months ago
betty w

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I’ve always been a person who likes to do things “the hard way”, and ATS are a big reason why I’ve been reluctant to change up my resume. Using a template like this actually made me more eager to tinker with my resume, because I’m confident in my ability to read and understand it correctly once I’m done.

MJ
3 months ago
maia j

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I think the template is visually appealing, simple, and clean. It’s not over-the-top like many of the templates I see online. And that’s a good thing, I want my resume to stand out.I think the template allows me to talk about my experience in a more meaningful way.

IL
3 months ago
ira l

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I’m always worried that my descriptions are too long, clog up the page, and are useless. most of my job experience has been at start-ups, and unless I have built a company from scratch, most of my experience isn’t unique.

LA
3 months ago
lorena a

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I hope you guys can help me highlight my capabilities. I am more than happy to pay for your time and effort through PayPal or ChocoMail, if you have the ability and wish to help.

ZT
3 months ago
zain t

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I like how clean it is – wasn’t sure if i should go more “modern” with formatting or just leave them columnsJust saw that you can anonymize your resumes tooNow to test out some better keywords on google images.

CG
3 months ago
cindy g

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I think the template itself looks very nice. I always wanted my resumes to look nice, and this does look nice. Also, I think the content is much more achievement-driven than my old resume.

KP
3 months ago
kiley p

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It saves me literally hours every time i need to make an application (I am looking at you Canva).

MP
3 months ago
mark p

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It allows me to cut down my resume to 1 page. I’ve heard so much about the “one-pager” – especially considering I’m a recent grad with my own business – so I opt for the all-inclusive 5-pages.

NB
3 months ago
nicole b

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It’s clean & easy to read:) The info-graphic is very effectively utilized as side one (background color). This aspect makes it stand out in an industry dominated by grey text templates with black backgrounds.

MJ
3 months ago
michelle j

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It eliminates the need to put internship dates on your resume. Now I can just focus on my education and experience without worrying about if dates are relevant. By indicating that I am an Eagle Scout, I can focus on the leadership and character I already possess and nothing else. This is something that really matters with these jobs.

SD
3 months ago
susan d

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I think it is visually appealing. It is structured very well, and each section of my resume has a strong visual identity of its own. And most importantly, I think it conforms very well to the 2 page rule of thumb. The old resume didn’t even come close to filling 2 pages.

MP
3 months ago
martha p

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I’ve been staring at it too long to even see the first few seconds of a potential hiring manager’s eyes, and those seconds add up to a smile.It saves me from having to go into an extraneous long paragraph of text that could get skipped over by a skimming machine.

MY
3 months ago
marsha y

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Here’s why: It’s very minimalistic. It appeals to the visual mind of the average professional.

LE
3 months ago
lois e

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I know that typically, black is a bad color for resumes so I’m considering changing the color, to make it more noticeable. I can? talk about each individual item without leaving extraneous stuff hanging, which is an absolute must when uploading huge amounts of photos.

JB
3 months ago
jerry b

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It’s incredibly minimal !!! Just 3 pages long (which is longer than most professionally done resumes). – because we are communicating with our prospective supervisors at each stage in an internship program which virtually assures us that they will be well versed on what makes good professional writing.

JD
4 months ago
joan d

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It’s in DejaVu (Hex shooter) font, which feels great for reading, and doesn’t look computer generated that much. The most popular format for CVs these days is 0. 5 to 0 pages, which is great for ATS sorting. Third, it’s optimized for ATS.

JW
4 months ago
joanna w

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It saves me from having to much text on each page(as i am usually sitting in front or centre at work), it looks clean with no lines breaking up its zones like other times before ive seen them mixed togetherand lastly.

FE
4 months ago
frances e

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It’s very clean – no more columns or horizontal lines to break up sections. – The text size is consistently large so each word appears deep within 11pt font; ideal if you’re writing out lots size 16-18 words per page. * No periods in between pages (a frequent culprit when converting from Word).

QR
4 months ago
quinton r

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In previous jobs i had summary bullets with key verbs doing double duty as descriptions while also providing some data points about responsibilities etc.

SS
4 months ago
stephen s

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I am using a serif font, instead of a sans-serif font. It feels clean and crisp. Unlike my last cv, this one isn’t a half-line slurper.

TM
4 months ago
theresa m

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I’m pretty sure this will be my only application in my history on this site. I’m pretty sure this will be the first time I’ll be applying for something “serious”. So I want my resume to stand out. In addition, all my job applications since I’ve started working have been for low level stuff like stocking or cashier jobs.

TF
4 months ago
thomas f

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My old resume looked like it was drawn in MS word, it was flat and boring. This new resume looks like it was designed by a professional graphic designer, and it is so much more interesting to the eye. It doesn’t matter whether you are looking at it on a computer or a printed page, the result is the same.

DC
4 months ago
dan c

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If your looking to cut out all those “I’m decent at blahblah” paragraphs.

SC
4 months ago
shaun c

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This cv template is extremely clean and minimal. It doesn’t have any unnecessary lines or columns and it uses a single font – Cambria. This is great for ATS systems as it means your text is easily parsed.

ID
4 months ago
irene d

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I didn’t want to do a plain jane resume with eye-popping colors. I wanted it to have a bit of class to it. I wanted it to be easy to read/follow. And finally, I didn’t want to copy and paste the same thing every time it changed.

PH
4 months ago
perry h

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It saves me 2400+ characters, it is easy on the eye, and looks very professional. Even if you aren’t in the industry, you can still use this template because it is based on a well-known design.

CS
4 months ago
case s

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It saves me from having to write an essay in which every sentence is explain like i did above. * Knew it was important smart people tell you why: anecdotes*, statistics (like what happened when we experimented), & personal narrative* That’s your chance! Visuals are great way too**Bonus points if.

LM
4 months ago
laurel m

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It saves me 2400+ characters from what would otherwise be an essay-length mess; it appeals to both humans & ATS systems (akismet); while also looking entertaining — something which is hard without utilizing tables!Furthermore. Just type r’. W{top}’, ‘left’ w’).

EM
4 months ago
eugene m

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It is both visually appealing as well functional: It follows one entire page if you do not scroll too much; in fact internal pager gets cut off entirelyThirdly — All job titles are unique within each company/function (e., “Sr.

MW
4 months ago
mario w

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It has some color. It’s not crowded. My previous resume looked cluttered and many of the “keywords” were in a “jack of all trades” format. This new resume is much more concise and crisp. It’s not filled to the top anyway. A few things:1.

SE
4 months ago
sadie e

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It looks clean, smart, and keeps my experience all under one page.

DP
5 months ago
diego p

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Formatting! It looks great when converted to PDF and it is very easy on printers (doesn’t have that terrible ballerina effect).

CF
5 months ago
charlotte f

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I have waited a very long time (7 years) to have a chance to do this, and it is very rewarding indeed.The first is style. Being a creative, I prefer a modern look – and I think that looks great. Second is readability.

SG
5 months ago
samara g

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It saves me tile space, it’s simple and clean, and it’s organized well. The only thing I would change is the opening profile statement. I would imagine that’s where I find the most writing and proof-reading so I try to find ways to cut down on it.

KW
5 months ago
kelly w

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It’s clean, simple, and is presented in a classic linear format. It’s aesthetically pleasing, and while not necessary, clean design does say “professional” in a tough-to-pronounce cv (. Docx) file. Aesthetically pleasing resumes doesn’t hurt your chances, and there are some good examples out there.

JT
5 months ago
james t

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It optimized to one page 2- Lots better color schemes 3+ A “Profile” section that is more relaxed perhaps it’s simpler looking in design (no fluff), so i can fit all information on1.

AK
5 months ago
arabella k

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I don’t like how most of the template do not include right angle bracket images like the ones at the top and bottom. I find that they just take up space that could be used to show more information about me.

LM
5 months ago
lila m

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For starters, I think it looks nice – clean, readable, and appealing to the eye. It lets me put all my professional experience on the same line, which is necessary since I’m changing fields. And thirdly, I can put my education on the same line as my experience because my degree is essentially finished.

SE
5 months ago
sadie e

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I always had trouble getting interviews with my CV. I thought it looked too cramped and not professional. When I uploaded my CV on some job sites, the first thing they noticed was the large amount of white space on the left.

BC
5 months ago
bobby c

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It looks so professional, it doesn’t feel like a resume at all, and it isn’t overly “fluffy” (for lack of a better word).

DF
5 months ago
denise f

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It’s clean – something that is very important in our field! 2 pages to start off with would be great (at least so employers know exactly what i’m capable or which im happy earn their business from them already Also CVs are meant too stand out.

CN
5 months ago
cora n

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The first is that I noticed that I’m actually using a “text” style, and not a “headline” style, which I think looks MUCH better. The second reason is that I noticed that I’m using a single page, and not a two page, which I think is also really good.

DB
5 months ago
deborah b

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Very unique looking. I think it is very effective and it has definitely helped me get multiple job interviews in the last two months.

TM
5 months ago
teresa m

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First off it looks clean because there are no messy borders or weird shapes that get in your way while blacking out all whites (a common mistake). Secondly they use very readable fonts which helps avoid me having to change font sizes many times throughout each section blurb/bullet point. *I have seen conflicting reports about applicant tracking systems regarding how proficiently you can enter information.

PA
6 months ago
paityn a

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My old resume was just a thin strip of gray with no designs at all. It was simply NOTHING like this resume. This one is much more colorful and graphic oriented. It has a simple, clean, simple format, and it looks like every other resume I see.

CK
6 months ago
christina k

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First off, I **prefer** a straight, simple resume without all the color and ****typo**** BS. I **dont recommend** a resume that is longer than 2 pages unless you have the experience to fill it up.

LN
6 months ago
louise n

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First off, it’s very easy to read / follow. I think its more professional than what you get with most other resumes on here.

GS
6 months ago
guadalupe s

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I noticed that most people use a two column layout for their resumes. While this may work for some professions, especially for those in big industries with a lot of vertical mobility, it absolutely bombs in the restaurant industry. It just looks sloppy and it doesn’t work in the slightest for me.

PW
6 months ago
pat w

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It’s clean – something that isn’t guaranteed to work in your industry as far too many modern templates are cluttered (and risky!). The one page length is common again since most companies these days run on “Jobs-For-$team”. This makes it easier &intuitivelytome than what ever before.

JJ
6 months ago
jennie j

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I think this looks a lot cleaner and cleanly than the previous one, which was a chronological one. I personally like it when my resumes are functional, over-the-point, and easy to read. It gets the point across quicker.

PR
6 months ago
phyllis r

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I am going to use it for all my future job applications because the design is so incredibly fast and easy to use.

KC
6 months ago
kristen c

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Consistently cleaner than any other ones i’ve seen (in X industry only).

SR
6 months ago
stephanie r

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My biggest hesitation is the simple absence of a position after college.

AL
6 months ago
abril l

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It is a functional resume, which is over-engineered. I am trying to make it look like I “do it all”, which is sometimes difficult to do for those of us who have only had one job “experience” before. Third, I am terrible at making these visual things look casual and appealing.

MF
6 months ago
mathias f

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It saves me having to update my CV every time I want to change the job I am applying for. It saves me having to write an objective and a summary everytime I want to change my job. It saves me having to use more words in my experience descriptions.

JN
6 months ago
joan n

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I don’t like how it looks like some people went overboard making their resumes look interesting (in a bad way) while others just use bland and bland resumes.

ME
7 months ago
melody e

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My old resume looked like it was made in 1987, while this new one is sleek and modern looking. My old resume was ALSO redacted and only included numbers that were known, whereas here I added actual text.

RS
8 months ago
randy s

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I wanted to keep it super simple though, and not get hung up on the whole graphic design. I tried to keep it as minimal as possible. On the bottom it just has my name, address, email, and phone number. On the side is a quick info about me, and a link to my website.

DC
9 months ago
deanna c

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Some technical, appearance/styling reasons:My old resume looked like many other people’s resumes. I don’t believe that it was visually appealing. I was told my old resume was too much like a “doer” and not enough like an “achiever”.

AC
9 months ago
ashanti c

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I don’t like the old style where every line pushed onto the next page looking thing. It was taking up a lot of space, especially on the bottom when it came to listing skills/other experience/education.

BM
10 months ago
bruce m

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It looks very clean, and is aesthetically pleasing. It was created in InDesign and Photoshop’s export settings. The text size is consistent throughout. It’s not dragged down by columns, which is a nice change.

EK
11 months ago
ella k

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It’s so refreshing to see a modern template like this. Given that I’m going for a Junior Administrative Assistant position, I feel like this will help set me apart from my competitors.

LE
11 months ago
larry e

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It’s extremely easy to read, because there are no large, ugly blocks of text running across the top and bottom. It’s extremely easy to rearrange, because all you have to do is move the icons around, and you’re golden.

LC
1 year ago
leticia c

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I said I wanted a resume that’s simple and modern. And that’s what I’ve done. I didn’t want to overdo it and make it graphic and over the top. And that’s what I need help with.

ER
1 year ago
emilia r

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It saves me a lot of space, it looks nice, and it’s easy to navigate. There are also a ton of helpful and interesting examples out there, I just found them! So, if you guys have any critiques, looooove them with all of the fire you can burn :D.

SC
1 year ago
sasha c

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It’s freaking awesome looking. Everyone is posting their ugly cover letter templates on reddit i- I can’t wait to post this one. What’s cool is I can edit my resume later based on what the position requires.

DH
1 year ago
damion h

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I hope the pictures help. The new resume looks much more professional than my previous one, and that’s saying a lot coming from me. It’s important to me that my resume looks good, and it looks good with or without the pictures.

DB
1 year ago
donald b

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I think it looks very clean and bold. I hope that impact is clear. I like that it’s a single page. So far, my resumes have always been two pages due to having to fit everything in an industry-specific resume that really didn’t showcase my work.

MG
1 year ago
moises g

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I think it looks very clean and minimalist. Even though I am a bit experienced, my experience bullets are not vague. Instead, they are very specific and meaningful. Third, I did not mention any hobbies or interests in my resume.

OE
1 year ago
otis e

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I hope this helps someone! 🙂 * There are some nice columns in this template. – The main thing I noticed is that there are no lines that extend beyond the edge of the page, and that all of the content fits neatly onto 1/2 page.