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A standard, A4 sized ms word resume and cover page template featuring tan-colored large grid pattern page styling. Utilizing Open Sans font throughout, it includes a cover letter along with abundant space for a headshot photo if you want.

Boxed off work history dates are shown above. Its spacious and creative look makes this design fitting for young adults, a first job, or recent college graduates. Customized icons used for section separation seen below.

Built-in graphics to help highlight the skill sets of your choosing have been placed below a circular monogram that is designed transparently – simply right click in word and go to change picture to replace it with one of your own… or if you prefer, simply delete it.

It ends off with four pie charts, each of which containing a buzzword of your choice.


Random Tip:

A resume should be easy for a hiring manager to read, so it’s important that it contains information that is easy to find. For example, if you are using a visual resume format, you might consider including information that is relevant to the position you are applying for. Visual resumes can be a great way to add information to your resume without adding too much text.


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2 weeks ago
stephanie m

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For one, I didn’t have to put much effort into the design, because the free version of Adobe Photoshop already did a great job of it. I like that it allowed me to put my most recent work experience first, which is what I like to do with my resumes in general.

ZN
3 months ago
zoe n

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It’s minimal. It’s effective (meeting the industry standards of the industry). It’s modern (not stuck in the 90s). It’s just beautiful to look at. The main reason I’m posting this is because I just found a company I want to work for. I’m in marketing. I’m in tech.

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4 months ago
angela c

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I’m hoping it might be the slightly creative angle. I also like the fact that all my previous positions have been with smaller companies in the restaurant industry, so I’m trying to play up my experience.