One of the more sophisticated templates, Mud Abstract is ideal for a long resume due to the amount of content it fits into its inserted tables. In the center of the header lies a circular shaped photo, optional for you do include, of course.
Impressive typography is used for its titles, resulting in clean font spacing and clear, legible text.
Listing hard skills and soft skills next to one another, Mud Abstract is one of the most descriptive and spacious of all the core-functional formatted layouts.
Unique bullet points do a great job of differentiating each table cell from the next.
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I don’t like the default Microsoft word colors and I always have a problem with computers changing the text to different colors when I save my document as a PDF. The original cv template has a black background, which creates issues when uploading onto various printing servers (you can tell because those servers don’t have a text background).
It’s simple2-3 fonts: Helvetica Neue (Times New Roman), Palatino Olive Green “Share”, Segoe UBB Cobbler (“share”), Garamond XR Bright Pink OBJECTIVE / CAREERSMessage to Jobseeker.
I don’t like to bullshit people, and this template does a great job of hiding that fact that I am a “helper” by listing the things I simply do (e. G. Fixing phones, answering calls, creating calendar and email templates) with no fake accomplishments.
It’s very clean, a lot of thought went into each section, and the whole thing fits in one page. The first and second pictures in the cv are unfortunately not in the actual template, they’re part of the example photo in the cover letter.
It’s clean – not some ugly mess! The one problem is that ATS requires you to add [word] as font (garamond) even though it isn’t specified in any job listing/guide out there; nor does anyone really specify anything else either.
No 2013 distractions. No TL;DR. Just a 2007 view. I thin my new resume down to one page, which helps to keep the content on the page–a good thing, I think.
It’s open format means you can basically put whatever fact based jobs/agreements are relevant to your field in one page.
I’m using fewer words. Since I’m an **entry-level** tech, the words I use are more technical.
It also allowed me to fit all four jobs in one page without sacrificing content. Know exactly what each job title entails so that when applying it doesn’t seem like there wasn0 difference.
I think firstly it looks very nice as its simple yet elegant – another plus point that i don’t have much experience on paper to make me stand out (never had an actual job).
It looks clean, smart, and is extremely conducive to getting interviews. I couldn’t find a better candidate to be the face of your company than myself, so it was important to me that my resume be the best it could be.
The first and most obvious is the way it follows the skeleton model made famous by Neg canvases. This isn’t a negative statement, I think overall it looks pretty good, and it’s simple enough that it won’t put you off from reading other resumes.The second reason is that I cut out a huge chunk of my old resume.
I think the blue is great. It just adds a touch of depth. I really like the visual hierarchy of the resume. The top items are the name, contact info and company name.
In terms of layout, it’s clean – a lot of people ask me about fonts and color, and I’m talking dozens of dollars worth here, so I want to make sure that the text and the photos come off well. in terms of what I put in the body of the document, it’s concise.
No popups or horrible typography that stands out bad against everything else (that could go on). It also looks clean because there are no weird/Wrath Malformed text boxes to make (“I don’t know what %’s TO show”).
It’s clean, minimal, and effective. It’s aesthetically pleasing, while still being professional and not boring. My old resume was very confusing and had lots of formatting issues that happened due to using a template from school.
I know it looks different than most since it’s not standard. it’s a “clean” template. I like clean templates. Clean looks means it’s easy to read. Let me know what you think I made this template in InDesign and exported it as a pdf.
It’s clean, simple, and aesthetic. It’s formatted for ATS systems (Kindly note that this is a CV and not a resume, so the lack of a ‘profile’ section is a deliberate choice). It’s targeted at senior-level positions.
It’s just plain and simple. No graphics, no weird fonts, just black and white, bullet points. That’s it, no “fluff”. It enables me to talk about my experiences succinctly.