- With graphic design in mind, this corporate resume was formatted to also be used for a cover letter or even for letterhead use. All sections, memes, and headers are already grouped and in proper formats. Take a look:
- Aside from recoloring the vectors, Napoleon allows you to choose a monogram, resize the margins, and set the data for it’s clusters bar charts to fit your skill-sets as desired.
- If the amount of icons listed within the interests & hobbies section overwhelms you, you can tone it down by swapping it out for a description box to point out your quantifiable results. Just be sure to include enough achiever words to impress all who read it.
- Everything you can think of in Napoleon can be modified with one click, just follow the guide included in the download to personalize the text and picture.
Including a professional section on your resume can help you prepare for the interview process by allowing you to highlight your most relevant experiences and professional achievements. As you write your resume, review the job posting of the position you’re interested in to identify any keywords that you can include in your professional section.
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It is very easy on the eye. It is very readable. And third, it is professional, without being overbearing or sloppy. It doesn’t “skudge” (as one reviewer said) text, and it doesn’t make an undergrad look/sound “cringey.
It looks so professional – I didn’t even know they existed! It even looks a bit tentative, like I added too much at once and it isn’t enough to fill a page.
I don’t like that it makes my CV look a bit like a toy. It’s minimal, and tasteful. First of all, I want to fit on one page. I want to show my working experience in the non-profit sector.
I like it because it looks so clean. No more columns! That was a personal thing; I normally have 4 columns bring out the **interesting** parts of my experience. I also think it looks nice and is very readable.I think it’s very organized.
It makes it easy for me to fit all my info in one page (I’ve tried to be as concise as possible). It allows me to cut out my older jobs which might not be as relevant to the job I’m applying for.
I like how this template mimics the traditional template while also being refreshed. It’s refreshing because I’ve been told by various people that a lot of current resumes look like they were just copied and pasted from a Word document. Another plus is that it mimics the text size and font type of the paper it’s being printed on (A4).
I’m not lazy. I really want a visually appealing resume, and I think this template does a great job with that. It’s clean, organized, and aesthetic. I think the one page rule is not an absolute, especially if you’re applying outside the US or hiring based in a non-English speaking country.
I think the design of the resume makes it stand out – something that isn’t easy to do when the majority of resumes look like they’re just copies of each other. The type of content that I’m putting into the template is *very* valuable to me, and I want it to be easy to read.
It’s clean, simple, and it’s aesthetically pleasing as well. The job I’m trying to apply for is a research scientist position in a university lab.
It eliminates a big step: from a large document with irrelevant (and seemingly endless) details, into a stripped down, focused, and aesthetically pleasing presentation. Down to a single information point, I can say with some confidence what I learned and acquired during my years at the company.