Milt starts out with a large about me area that rests above custom made skill graphics that you will adjust in word. The sidebar extends by following your introduction up with a monogram surrounding a headshot photo, and company logos end the column off.
Widely perceived as a visual masterpiece, its?ÿselective diamond pattern backdrops make this a modern resume in every sense of the word.
Use the corresponding infographics to add some optical perception to your technical skills. Or, you can always choose different graphical elements from our collection.
While the sharp font faces and creative outlining is likely to show you’re a level-headed person who is open to a career change, don’t shy away from going against the grain wherever you can.
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It isn’t just one page. That’s a first for me. It’s a lot easier to move stuff around than it was in the old format.
I think it looks very nice, and is easy to read. It gives you a place to list your skills/competences/etc. That’s helpful because currently I’m having a hard time finding relevant work :(. Third, it lists my professional experience.
It is also very flexible and can adapt to any specific job I am applying for.
It is very clean, simple, and organized. Everything is easily identified. It is professional, yet fun (I think that’s a huge factor). It has a very pleasant feel to it, and I’m pretty sure that’s important for recruiters. My old resume was very busy and colorful, with a lot of font variations and large type sizes.
It’s very readable – I can definitely read it, and it doesn’t hurt my eyes.I can move things around a bit to fit better.
Thirdly ,I can edit lines depending upon what job im applying as eithin such changes are likely unless there’s text in an empty space.
It’s beautiful despite being Times New Roman (I know many people hate that) It gives me flexibility to make big changes on an application without worrying about messing up someones whole day layoutThirdly is its ability Flexible enough.
It has style – like all good layouts do- as well was inspired by some other resumes on here which got me thinking that maybe i should go ahead an change up ol’ mine too (I’ll link below). As far o formatting goes.
It’s clean, simple and modern looking, the text is bold and it’s perfectly readable, no unnecessary frillies, and all the text is easy to read.
It looks so neat, clean, and crisp. It fits perfectly (parenthetically) into my resume template. It’s a relatively simple template, yet surprisingly modern looking. And it’s got a lot of good, relevant info on it without seeming boring or long-winded.
I think the template itself is pretty eye-catching. with this template I can adjust the padding on my TN and ST sections to whatever needs adjusting they need at that point in the hiring process. Third, with this template I can adjust the font sizes depending on the industry.
I like how it looks clean and bold.I like that it isn’t wordy. A lot of times I read articles or posts that are vague and I don’t feel like I can get too much out of them without having an opinionated point.I like that it isn’t just a simple text-box content area.
It looks clean, it’s minimal, yet plenty of details are included, and it’s visually appealing.I used a template I found on here and modified it to my liking. My previous resume sucked, and I didn’t really get many hits due to bad formatting and not mentioning some important accomplishments. I’m confident this new resume will start moving up the ladder very soon.
The old kind was just a mess, with old information mixed with new, and no real distinction between the two. It’s consistent. The old resume was all over the place, and that made it hard to sort, no matter how hard I tried.
It looks nice on both Mac and PC, it is very readable, and it is professional looking. The downside is that it uses a lot of whitespace, which makes sense because most ATS systems will not be able to scan and read a word document without chopping it up and looking at every word, and even then it will still look crowded.
I don’t like the single column format. I think it’s visually appealing.
My old one was just boxes with text; no designs or color schemes to speak off. – The previous job title on top is what actually describes that position in general.
I think the color is very eye-catching. I put a lot of critical-thinking-related skills on my resume, and using a dark color makes it very clear what my skills are without being overly flashy.
It looks clean, allows me to fit all the info on 1 page, and it looks great as an admin assistant, marketing assistant, or pretty much any receptionist/customer service position.
I like to think it looks very minimalistic – which is one reason why Recruiters are Eye-Trackingly Mentioned in It (There’s that “Bar” on top)It feels clean & uncluttered as well because there aren’t ANY columns or picturesIn terms for career objective.
I never really considered the aesthetics of my old cv, and was always worried that they would get lost in a stack of resumes. The type of jobs I am looking for do not require you to have knowledge in English, so it is important to at least have a decent looking resume in that language.
It looks so clean, and is just so nicely designed. My previous resume, while not bad, I feel was just bland with no personality, and really didn’t stand out at all.
It saves me having to stress over my wording and turns the whole thing into a big party. It’s simple, easy to read, and refreshingly different from the many other resumes I’ve seen. It also happens to be incredibly simple, which is always a big factor in my book.
It saves me 2400$ on templates since usual quick courses usually run in 20-40 $ from what i read online. It’s clean – good old wordmark format without any crap you don’t need; little common space wasting extra stuff.
I like how it looks, a lot of free templates are just confusing. It is structured well, unlike many of the cv templates I have seen which are just straight lines with random colors popping out of it. Most of those just look like a mess. I think it is also very clean and easy to read.
First is that I know exactly what kind of position I want. My goal is to work with business/marketing/technology.
I like how the small “M” on the top creates a semi-circle on the main body of the text, which I think is a nice visual element.The small “I” at the top creates a semi-circle on the main body of the text, which I think is a nice visual effect.
It eliminates the need to write a summary or an objective – two major sections that could use some serious revamping.
It is very easy on the eyes. as I wanted to emphasise my international experience, I included the languages and the regional descriptions in both the format of the resume and in my CV.
It’s beautiful! It has an extensive list (in red) **of all experiences** in easy to access section. – You don’t have come across many professional CV templates that include lists like these.
My old resume was NEARLY two pages, and it had a horrible, plain grey color scheme. This one is bright and colorful, and the grey elements work really well with the other elements in the template. The text is also large and clear, which is really important for me because I do a lot of typing.
It’s clean-cut (no columns) which is very easy to read. * The first sentence on every job gets an action verb + adjective**Second reason why everything needs cut down: it looks nice! And that fits with me reading CVs naturally :).
Second: each job is complete besides one position which has an incomplete education background + unrelated experience. *I did notice some grammar issues here & there so please let me know if any that concern your opinion as well*.
Most importantly is that it looks clean unlike many other templates which look like muddy pools :/ Secondly there are no gaping holes in employment history such as most professional resumes have. Ability to get into details etc.
My old resume was NEARLY 2 pages, and it was just a mess. Much of it was just repeated for each job I had had in the past 5 years, which was unfortunate, because I think it made me look like a job hopper.
I don’t like the standard “black text on white background”, as it seems very boring.
It uses a single color – not a dark gray. I like this because it is readable on printouts and doesn’t look overly flashy. It also ranks up well in terms of SEO – allowing you to rank up faster in Google when searching for your resume.
I always struggled with persuading people to open their doors (or computers) on me & companies don’t even need an application – they just type in your name.
It looks so clean, and is easy to read (without being overly text heavy). I’m particularly impressed by how cleanly it separates out my experience data from everything else. I’ve always had a problem aligning my job title and description in my resume.
I didn’t know how to highlight my education section – that is my for my career as an aerospace engineer, and I have no idea how to highlight it. I wanted a little bit of color in my resume.
There is no boring, outdated “previous job” section. Now, there is a “professional summary” which I personally feel is too often the case. My resume before was a wall of text, and it definitely didn’t look professional. Now, it’s a short, sharp, focused list.
My old resume looked like this:-Old version (not tailored):* This one was created using Microsoft Word, and it looked terrible.* I had to add a lot more to this one than I wanted to, especially toward the bottom because I was looking for internships where I could gain some real-world experience.
I don’t like how wordy I am feeling my other ones, and this one seems subtle and sophisticated. I also really like how it allows me to list skills that are applicable to several fields, and to showcase my strong verbal and written communication skills. And finally, I believe this cv is one of the best looking I have ever created.
In addition, I like that it gives a glimpse of my skills without being too wordy. And, finally, it is ATS friendly. Hope this helps.
First is that unlike old resumes where all you showed was your back story with little explanation on why i left what job or company, now its complete covering everything ive done at each place. Second it layout itself looks very professional in terms if presentation (no more phony bland layouts showing barely any experience)And lastly even though im american.
First off — it’s beautiful! Secondly (and more importantly) there are some great articles included that tell you what fonts to use etc.
I think the blue is very eye-catching. I put my education at the top, as it’s the most relevant to the job I’m applying for, and I feel like the blue helps “pop”.I’m not sure if it’s too ‘urban’, or too ‘NYC’.
I hope someone can help me highlight my job-experience and show the impact I made on my organizations. I am not sure how to define success for the orgs. Without getting into too many details, I want to show my impact and that I was able to make my orgs better because of my efforts.
Firstly it’s extremely minimalist (no pie charts or infographics). It also enables me to fit everything on one page unlike previous resumes which were full width margins across five columns.
In my old resume, I had a ton of information that wasn’t really necessary anymore since I’m only applying to entry level positions.
With its size (I assume), simplicity in format — along with some playful tasteful color– it will be an instant candidate on day one that impresses even before reading further!* It is designed to present me professionally – as opposed / being involved like most other resumes which are just wall-to walls text*.
It’s clean and simple, and the colors (black and white) look great with my current resume theme. This cv template includes a section for skills, which is always something that is requested on my resume and elsewhere. Additionally, each of the skills is followed by a brief 4-10 sentence description.
First off, I’m aware this is a really dense piece of work, about twice as long as a regular resume. It’s designed to pass the Full Length Form Tracking System (Full Length FISH) that most large employers use. It also sits nicely on a single page.
It’s aesthetically pleasing to look at It would save me some space if i removed non essential partsFourthThe way bullet points work in your example is amazing; they are giant “wine bottles” icon that express each point you want followed by another powerful thought: those who know what skilled jobs require. Those with experience. Trade secrets.
I hope someone can help me point out any areas that could be improved, or areas that need to be expanded on. I feel like I could add a lot more valuable information if I could.
I think the first thing is that I’m feeling a lot more confident in my ability to write a persuasive resume than I did before.
It doesn’t scream “I’m busy and want you to figure out the rest on your own.”I can actually see the formatting. I’ve spent so much time trying to fit everything in the little box, and it’s just never clicking for me.
It also works really well for me because I am transitioning careers and I don’t have a lot of experience in the IT field. I am in the process of getting my A+ certification, will have it when I pass the network+ certification. Currently working towards my network+ certification.
Firstly, it highlights some great work I’ve done within my company. It helps hide a lot of the less desirable information that is only really relevant within my current company. I’ve worn a lot of hats at my company – a good portion of my job is invisible to the rest of the world.
It looks very professional (My boss told me to go with it), Bartender has been designed so that even if you have no experience in bartending whatsoever your CV will still look impressive because its got colors! And there is good content within each section too.
It looks so neat, it stands out, and it’s very readable. It’s easy to skim. and easy to look at (no essays or long lists of info anymore!).If you’re interested in helping me edit my resume, I’ve provided two links:If you have any questions, I’ll be as responsive as I can.
First off, it looks very clean (I like that word). Secondly – It makes me think about ATS system used by companies to sort candidate resumes based on key words or “skills”. Highly appreciated!Thirdly- The picture shows parte deuce which is ships motto under authority.
It’s in Deaf and Hearing Implemented format which is my favorite IMO. It matches my hope to find a job in a college or university (where I can listen) or a professional center (where I can participate) that would be my home away from home for a professional career.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (and more importantly) these CVs are ATS optimized. Thirdly, they let you focus on your skills/experience AND interests instead of covering 30 years worth(!!!) in completely different fields while trying to find one or two ” golden bullets “.
It’s beautiful! Simple yet eye catching is always good (this particular CV stands out from many others since its very plain looking). Second ,it presents me in an ideal way because i am trying to get into creative field like illustration or concept art roles where visual appeal trumps technicalities all together.
I am hopeful that in the future, I can be considered for some sort of professional looking, less formal position. The blueprints font is very easy to the eye, and is not bland. I like the way it looks, and my brain immediately goes to google to confirm that it is actually readable.
First off, it’s extremely minimalist (sight gagged folks). It follows an italic basic format without being obnoxious or looking like some kind of poor attempt at Helvetica *(I can assure you that in both instances there are no embedded cameras watching your every move online).
There are no boring bullet points with big words that doesnt make sense.
It’s very clean: no more ugly bullet tables or messes with paragraph formatting in between sections.
It’s minimalist: no art in windows! Second (related to above) is that ive always been told your key skills should be front & centre as part of first impression when dealing with an employer so far.
I like the ability to include more keywords in my resume as I know the recruiters are more likely to look into me if they see “X project management resumes.” I like that I can write a little bit more about my time at X company as I know that is part of what potential employers are going to look at.
I haven’t really had a professional resume since I started my career (9 years ago).
I don’t have to worry about my wording or trying to keep it professional. it’s very easy to use and to format. Finally, it allows me to include references on the same page as my resume (something that wasn’t previously possible).
It saves me from having to copy/paste sections between each job application (a common practice with plain-text resumes is opening their contents in notepad before submitting them), it simplifies complex geometries into something that can be consumed by an ATS system effectively without leaving qualitative impressions upon first glance if caredlessly so much as once.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (I think) is that once you have pared down your experience to its bones every year or two employees get hired on who then do an amazing job because they really believe in what their company does as opposed marketing BS which has plagued so many companies lately.
I’m a Graphic designer, so I’m used to creating my own graphics and doing everything in photoshop. Since I have worked in different fields, I had to learn how to manage my time, work with others, do semi-independent research & development, etc.
It’s extremely clean – many of the old resumes that I’ve been viewing lately have WAY too much content, with too many charts and graphs and country flags and WAAAAYYY too much text.
So while other resumes might include pictures or designs they aren’t part Of ‘this one’. Second is that since most places want you to submit your pdf CV online (and here especially) there isn’t much ground work needed as longs paragraphs are sufficient enough once in awhile.
My first reason is the way the sections flow, instead of having a huge list of skills I’ve used like in the past I’ve been able to focus on what I *think* I’ve accomplished with my career thus far. Another reason is that since I’ve had only one job in my field thus far, I’ve been able to focus on that much more.
First off, I “m tired of looking at black and white resumes that say nothing except, “please consider this person a candidate.
I didn’t feel like my old resume had a very strong, traditional style. I didn’t feel like I could really get into the nitty gritty details of what makes a good CV. Finally, I really do feel like I’m missing something very important in my job search.
My old resume was minimal. Of course, that was because I was previously working in a very traditional IT role, so it was the only resume I knew how to write.
I haven’t had to create a resume since I was in school (that was over 10 years ago).
I haven’t really had a need for a resume since I’ve been with my current company. Other than updating it every few years with info from my degrees and various jobs, it’s pretty much been unchanged since I started.
It stands out – in a good way. And third, it’s been so long since I’ve had to do any job application, I kinda have tunnel vision for the rest of the resume and could use some help.
Considering most of my experience has been as a restaurant server, I thought the experience looks a bit sparse.
It looks so clean (I think it looks pretty good), and it’s so visually appealing.
It looks so neat; it’s very minimalist. It’s easy to read. My old resume was rambling and over-the-top. I *think* I’ve done a pretty good job of keeping it concise and to the point.
It looks so good and is so easy to edit in InDesign. I especially like the way the top and bottom margins are laid out. I’m using a 28″ Oversized T-shirt. I’m also wearing a Size Small.