Writing a marketing resume can be difficult. After all, how do you exude that many projects, different jobs, and abilities onto one page using just microsoft word? That’s where the template called Minsk comes into play.
It’s incredibly creative but formal, and it shows that you aren’t a person who doesn’t take their career seriously.
Personalize the all three columns chronologically, plus the two column timeline setup by dragging each end up or down or dropping additional bullets into the resume from it’s text boxes.
Your qr code for linkedin rests on a matching box sporting nice shadow effects.
Each professional skill graphic has enough title space for your web design, graphic design, or social media expertise.
Finish up with choosing from the hundreds of social media icon pack included in the download, then save what you’ve created from templicate.
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I always thought it was interesting to see all the “what if. ” examples people came up with for their career goals and what actually happened to them. I always admired the simplicity and directness of the layout. And finally, I always liked the colors. Overall, I think this is a great resume.
Formatting! It was pretty plain looking prior to today; no design at all save one tiny touch made with Illustrator from some anonymous source (what an ass).
First – It’s AVAILABLE! I can work around town or travel or even away visiting family or going to a conference or something with it and it looks GREAT doing it that way. Second – It gets A LOT of hits on google because it is that good.
This cv template makes it super easy to create a resume that is aesthetically pleasing, while still being professional and professional looking. The ability for me to have my professional experience be the first thing that a potential employer sees is a huge plus.
*Second – A career objective is simply too cliche especially since most jobs are (kinda) alike in terms of day-to-day tasks required.
I no longer have to worry about my wording or if it is even readable. For the few times I have gone back and read it, all the text is readable and does not fall victim to poor grammar and spelling. I no longer have to worry about having enough experience for my resume.
It’s clean, organized, and puts the important information first. I followed the same font/picture/format for both. I cut out my old job and school projects and put them into “Other Projects and Instructional Partnerships”.
The template is visually appealing as hell, something I’m going for. it allows me to list more skills/achievements, which is always a good thing.
It hits keywords that are important to me right offthe bat: Inland Marine (Marine), Offshore Drilling rig drilling(Industrial/Trades).
A few bad entries I had stuck out like crazy or were at the very bottom (nonsensical Office Max stuff)The random lists of software and other experiences are MUCH less of a clutterI eliminated the Summary/Objective/History sections completely.
It’s in line with recent popular trends away from over-the-top graphics and toward something a bit more traditional. And more importantly, I think it’s very clear and informative.
No bullshit beauty shots or over-the top 90s font with big “favouring” words that are easy to read (a plus in our industry).
It uses connected headings instead of bullet points. This is a change I’ve been thinking about for a while, and I think it’s a good call. it’s formatted to look very clean and simple, without using any color for content that could be easily identified.
My previous resume was very wordy and barely showed my personality. This one is very visually appealing, and it didn’t ask for my name, address, or phone number (nice touch). It also has a quick summary section at the top, which I always find myself reaching for.
Not many cool templates have been done in awhile :). Also TopResume says they tweak each CV to “optimize readability”, which is very vague words that don’t make much sense with things like projects etc., so any sort descriptions on skills or references/brief statements here would be great as well.
There’s the color. I’m a huge believer in highlighting your relevant skills and abilities, and using a color that stands out is always a good call (although it can be tricky, and requires a bit of practice).
It’s different – my old one was all clunky Times New Roman, and it looked like I was writing a foreign language. Now it’s clean and modern, and it’s not clunky.
I didn’t know how else to showcase my job in (an) office environment. It is my hope that with the style I’ve created, I will be able to convince recruiters that I am the right fit for their teams (and their companies!).