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…Proven to be a high quality and classy HR professional resume template with cover letter package.
All text is already setup with content control to make it easily updated in word with one click to paste in what best highlights your career accomplishments.
- Adjust the line styling to diversify your work experience.
- Toss in 1-3 professional references, each individual’s job title, and a specific quote that best describes their role in the company.
- By default it lists 5 of the most common soft personal skills: Teamwork, Leadership, Problem-Solving, Creativity, and Time Management. Check the sample skills list library to pick your own.
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It looks clean (I like to keep everything simple), it’s aesthetically pleasing without being too flashy with color or patterns which can be hard in digital coding/editing environments where every pixel counts(this one is transparent so you could actually see what’s going on).
First and most importantly, I think the template itself looks very pretty and artistic. It’s clean and minimalist, yet also pays a lot of attention to details.
I found that I don’t upload my actual resume very often, because I edit my resume for every job, often times multiple times. I am always worried about ATS which sometimes add an auto-reading of keywords from the document.
It saves me from having to cut and paste sections from my resume to put on there, which in turn saves me from having to go into such detail on my experience. It also makes my resume fit all on one page, which in turn helps me keep it concise.
Everything is uniform in size, even the smallest of details are in the correct size, and the largest are uniform in font. I could be wrong.
I was tired of paying $129 for a simple gray background. I wanted a resume that was EASY to read/write. I wanted a resume that made my background look good, so I went with a very simple version.
It eliminates the need to put job description bullet points directly under my name and job description in my resume. Since it is a template, you can adjust it to fit whatever design or look you want. Third, you can use google drive as a doc viewer and download it for free.
I haven’t had a lot of luck with conventional wisdom resume writing. I’m currently in the process of redoing my resume. I wanted to get a few opinions on whether or not I should follow this convention, or play around with it.
Simple. Efficient. And since I am a recent grad, it perfectly highlights my education without overselling or fluffing the fact that I only have a BSc. I used the template found here and modified a few things according to what job I am applying for and my background.
It’s minimal! It looks good because in most cases you are highlighting your accomplishments anyway when writing about them which makes sense.
It is very consistent in format and style. And third, it is very applicable to a lot of jobs I might be applying for. I am kind of in a holdover mode from my old path of non-profit. I want to move into corporate.
My old résumé always seemed big because there were so many experiences poured onto it that. Yeah.
My old resume was just walls of text. It was basically copied and pasted job descriptions/job duties. The new one is concise and to the point. It also highlights accomplishments and it doesn’t have that same bland format. I think it’s important to highlight what I add to my job and what I keep to myself.
It looks clean, organized, and is still readable. I think its clean and balanced. I also like how it doesnt have a “previous job” section. I think thats a good choice. Its only 1 page. I also think I should lose the audiovisual experience. Its not really that relevant.