Say goodbye to the days where resumes were regular word documents with no tables and no visual components… merely filled up with paragraphs of detailed work history. Now, creative templates like Medinilla are preferred, and it’s not difficult to see why.
Uncomplicated customization – if you’re a nursing assistant, simply add buzzwords such as Acute Care, ICU, Hospice, or Telemetry to the relevant skills section.
Effortlessly crop of circular photo of yourself thanks to word’s replacement function.
Choose the perfect certifications for the qualifications and training attended parts.
- A great way to enhance your resume is by adding job shadowing. While you may not have spent any time on the job, you may have performed some tasks or volunteered. Add this information to your work experience section. Additionally, if you have a lot of experience, you may consider adding a separate section for job shadowing.
- You should include your contact information at the top of your resume. Include your full name, address, phone number and email address. If you have an online portfolio or professional website, include those also.
- Unless you are applying for a position that requires you to, you normally don’t need a professional summary. An objective can be a good addition to a resume, however, if you have a lot of experience, you may consider expanding on quantifying your career achievements.
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It’s so simple, yet it packs a punch. Easy to use, yet it gets the job done. No, it doesn’t come with a bunch of keywords for your keyword research. It just comes with the information you need, why it’s important, and how to do it.
I used it to land two jobs out of college, and now I’m paying off my student loans and I hardly have to lift a finger. It’s the most amazing feeling knowing that with just a few hours of work everybody else on the planet has been given the same chance at education that I had, and I had it with little to no effort on my part.
No other template is as easy to use. No other resume is as beautiful. There is no other resume that comes with such a simple and clean template. Grab your friends, have a good laugh, and tell me everything you are grateful for because YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I SUCK at resumes. I suck at making them.
100%. It’s so simple yet complex. Easy to use and customize. (: It’s the exact template I used to get a job as a junior in college. (: I started with a basic template and then the pros at Resume Reviewer helped me make it the best it could be.
I had to change my resume several times because none of the job descriptions or requirements seemed to fit what my experience was. Once I decided to go with a functional resume, I tried to make it as achievement-focused as possible. I know some people argue that functional resumes are not a good choice, but I struggled a lot with trying to figure out what type of information I should include.
I am a complete novice at writing resumes, and this template was recommended to me by two separate HR recruiters. I tried other, more traditional templates, but they didn’t work as well. The reason this template works is because it accurately and effectively (to my eye) represents the varying, and often contradictory, knowledge, skills, and backgrounds that I have. Furthermore, because I have no formal training in anything, this template accurately and effectively represents my “Doer vs.
I got 3 interviews within the first week using this template. I am so thankful that this site existed for people to help each other out. I would do it again if I had to. Would do it again if I had to.
1- It saves you time. You don’t need to spend more than 30 seconds reading a piece of paper to see if it’s right for you or not. 2- It gets you into the flow of the writing process. You find the words, you find the keywords, you find the paragraphs. 3- It gets you out of the computer and into the real world.
It is simple. Too many resumes are filled with all the fancy stuff that people are proud of adding. This just tells the reader what you are capable of doing, not what you are. It is clean. A resume should not be longer than the average resume length of 1.5 pages. A recruiter is looking for about 15 seconds of your time.
I know it’s not the absolute best on the market but it’s definitely worth the money. For one, I was able to condense a gazillion responsibilities into neat bullet points. My previous resume had an insane wall of text that was basically unreadable. My new resume is crisp, concise, and pretty much 100% legible.