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I’m hoping, though, that it can be used to it a little bit for some design and formatting ideas. though, a little backstory. I’ve been using a traditional template with good success for about six years now, and it’s definitely time for a change.
It looks clean with no borders or unnecessary elements added in; it’s professional without coming off as tacky/unnecessary (a major challenge).
My old resume was JUST black and white, with bullet points. It was boring! This template makes me want to include a picture of me in the top left corner, and my experience since I’ve been able to draw, which I’ve never been able to do in my old resume.
It is formatted in a very professional manner, seeming that it was designed by a professional. It also gives me the freedom to put whatever I want whatsoever; colors, text, layout, etc. This is crucial, because I am wanting to apply for a job out of state.
I got rid of the columns and now it’s so clean and easy to read. I feel like for the first time I’m in a situation where I have all the info that I need, without any fluff or unnecessary details.
And it looks good with my resume font that I found here:I’ve heard very different things about how a resume should look.
One is it allows me to fit all relevant information on one page without worries about blank space or wasting much vertical height:) It also helps that most places where i am looking generally don’t require pdfs when sending out resumes electronically (direct deposit with pay pal ect.
It’s is very clean & simple. Second – It does not contain any unnecessary information (which in modern resumes seems extremely important)…And thirdly ,it rankles me as something that looks visually appealing regardless how brutal honesty might be on paper.
It looks very clean (I think that’s a big plus), it’s very simple to read (I think that’s a big plus), and it gets the point across much quicker than my old, bogged down resume.
First and most importantly, it’s very simple to read. No columns, no nonsense, just straight down the middle with bullet points. it’s very legible. I’ve worked in accounting for most of my adult life, and I’m not sure how to make that legible.
It’s very clean & simple; no fluff whatsoever in these walls:- It follows ANSI standards on resumes ( many schools have gone against standard as to not “stand out” from others)- You don’t actually need dot points under each heading.
It looks very clean, and is simply ATS friendly. Any advice on how I can improve it, or if I even have enough stuff on my resume for an entry-level position would be great.
I saved a lot of time formatting my resume by hand with little reference to the template. It was just too much to read about the company, how they work, what I might be expected to do etc. Also the template is very simple, and clean.
It’s beautiful! It arrived at just about 3 weeks late after being sent back from an early morning UPS delivery (I ordered on Wednesday last week).
It looks a lot less awkward than my previous version did! It’s a lot cleaner, too! (Side note: my previous resume was a few years old, and the previous applicant was a recent college grad, so I wanted to highlight that education.
It’s a LOT less boring than my old (read: horrible) resume with paragraphs and tables. I think it looks nice because I’m able to use some color now, and it isn’t a complete “airy” resume. I’m really leaning towards using a dark purple.
It looks like a “professional” resume. It is very easy to skim through, and the information is easy to understand.
I have a feeling that the first thing people will notice is the simplicity and cleanliness of the template. It looks like a big family photo, which is something I personally like. I also like that it’s a minimal, straight forward resume that’s not over-the-top.
It looks so neat;The simplistic style is refreshing (I personally prefer something with more depth)My text are bolder to make it easier To readFor better organizationASIDE: since most resumes start off having some experience screwed in.
It’s clean, organized, and it’s aesthetically pleasing as well. It’s flexible, too, so if you think the content might be better suited for a different template I’m open to suggestions. I’ve been using this template for about a month now, and have only had one interview.
I love that it’s something different; a majorly blue/black/no BS kind of thing. It appeals to my creative side, and my IT/tech side.
It’s very minimal (only 3 pages), it’s easy to skim (no essays or long paragraphs), and it’s very pretty (no fluff, just strong action verbs). I do have a couple of questions: * The first line on each job is what I refer to as a “quick summary” of that job.
It looks so clean and crisp, and it’s not overwhelming like the old one was. It also helps that I don’t have a ton of experience, so it’s not like I have to shoehorn experience into every line.
It looks so professional, and the blue is perfectly suited for the field I’m trying to get into (environmental science). There’s just one minor thing I’m a bit concerned about, and that is the first job listed under experience is a job with the EPA.
First off, I know *when* I need a new resume, not an update. I feel like it’s a really great way to show a bit of my entrepreneurial spirit. I’ve tried to make it visually “attractive” to the eye, while not being too “cute” in layout.
It’s a lot easier to read, I think. Once a job begins, you can use job history as a sort of “keyword juice” to help categorize the content of your resume.
It isn’t boring. No more bullet points, no more block paragraphs, just pure text. Very easy to read and scan. Third, it provides lots of space to write about experiences and achievements.
Some background info: I’m 23 and currently in school. I’m majoring in Computer Science & Engineering, and I’m about to graduate. I’ve been in school for two years, and I want to get a job as soon as I possibly can.
It’s clean, organized, and an aesthetic that stands out. It fits in 1 page, which I’ve always been bothered by, and the grey color makes me think Logic would be a good fit.