Perfect for union workers and positions involving general labor, this resume crafted in Microsoft Word uses three columns to divide it’s pie charts to describe your work experience, with matching subheadings and inserted objects.
Personalize each skill graph by selecting the shape and extending it to the right of the page. Then, adjust the percentage numbers to the far right of each line.
For relevant coursework you want to add, list the dates below each class and give each a unique icon.
Double click every large circle one at a time, go to edit data (shown above), and punch in your years of experience to let the infographic make you shine like never before.
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It saves me tile space as well to add more info or better descriptions in both fonts (I’m providing there are no blanks left).
It’s readable! No more “action words”, big block paragraphs or wasted spaceNext – The text format is very similar to actual english descriptions so it feels natural when reading (rather than seeing jumbled up English/Spanish)And lastly- Since Jobscan might give me bad scores if job postings are not written in spanishI’ve made three versions.
It’s easy to read/follow: Second, in larger type (the file goes onto multiple pages if you scroll slowly), there are individual header lines that give each section some focus.
My old resume just wasn’t getting any positive responses at all, and was really disappointing in general. My old resume also kind of got me confused with what I should be putting on there in the first place.
It saves me ge some time by not having to show all instances ive worked, which in turn allows you into enjoying each instance.
My old one got WAY too long (trying to keep it on 1 page), especially with all that “branding statement” nonsense. And then they used tables in an attempt at design.
Most of the work I do involves deep learning, so it makes sense for me to break down my responsibilities into separate sections. I often work with clients who have quite a bit of money at stake, so it makes the experience all the more impressive and important.
I don’t like the previous “filler” words that are usually in resumes. They clutter up my text and look messy. this cv style makes it easy to add content – video, images, lists, etc. – without having to add big blocks of white space.
First off they used Calibri here which is visually appealing (some people actually prefer it over others).
My old one was very boring (text on white background with little color variation), which did not allow some important details in descriptions to stand outBest part is that it’s free:-).
It looks clean – all one page like most of the templates I’m seeing. It’s organised well – no more blank second page for job description.
The main thing is that it is very easy to read, and the design is eye catching. Another reason is that I like to use simple designs on my resumes, and this one is very simple. A third reason is that I feel like when I use a “professional” template my chances of getting interviews go up.
It saves me 2400% in printing costs compared to what i was paying already each timeI got rid (literally) ~of all non-essential info+ Simplified % done resumes is as easy peasy – just 3 stepsUrban Outfitters has some really cool gear that they are selling online called ClubSmart.
It looks very clean, and is still minimal yet eye-catching. Bonus points for including the exact dates for my jobs – something that isn’t done very often. The typography is also very clean, and the content of the resume is very well thought out.
It’s structured very well. Three, even though it’s A4 size, I was able to fit all the relevant information on the screen. Four, I like that it gives me the option to have a summary at the top, or to put it in the footer.
It is simple, clean, and professional looking. It’s also a lot smaller than the old one, which led to some empty space on the right side. (Its two columns, not two pages).
It makes my resume fit neatly on one page. it makes the 3 different jobs look cohesive, instead of just listing “produce” over and over. And finally, since I’ve been promoted at each company, I’ve worn many hats at each, so each job is quite different from the next.
I think the template itself is very eye-catching. I like the way the professional experience section looks together. Lastly, I feel like the summary is weak.
I think a bit of texture goes a long way for the modern business man.
I don’t like the common ““skills” sections that most people use. My skill section should be able to stand on its own, apart from my experience. I feel like my skill section is the strongest part of my resume, next to my experience and education. So I have split it into 2 parts.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (and more importantly) It eliminates some white space in between each section that could help show structure/prior accomplishments better without sacrificing content.
It’s clean – any old resumes that are longer than 2 pages look messy in 3 ways (lacking organization vs packed with irrelevant info like jobs from 10 years ago); bad fonts/style; too many columns — even if it means going against everything modern UI is trying to be about simplicity+personalization.
It’s clean, simple, and it works really well with my current CV (which is itself also very clean, simple, and works really well). Please let me know what I can do to make it better, more readable, or more appealing to recruiters.
I got tired of the generally plain look of most people’s resumes. I noticed that I’m actually not as well-spoken/spoken as I thought I am.
It makes my resume very easy to read (as far as I can tell, at least) It saves me the trouble of trying to fudge “relevant experience” to make my experience sound *like* what I actually have, because no one will ever know how *little* I actually know.
I didn’t post a preview as I’m not sure how to get the file here in an editable format. Give it a look and let me know what you think, and if there’s any tips to help me achieve my goal of getting a job as a web developer.
It saves me 2400% in one pdf! No more scrolling up / down to compare every utility or keyword check.
I’m always amazed at just how much easier it is to create a resume when you use a template like this. I love the fact that it allows you to create a resume that is really clean, and still looks professional.
It is clean. Simple is good. It gives very little space to the hiring manager to consider me and it focuses on what I want the hiring manager to see instead. – It presents myself in a very positive and confident manner.
I could personalize it all day long based on the job I am applying for. I could use my actual work experience for all the descriptions. It is a very good looking resume.
First off, I think it’s very pretty and sophisticated looking, especially considering how simple it is. it’s functional: it tells the story of who I am, what I do, and why I do it. And lastly, it tells the story in a way that makes it easy to parse information from the page.
It keeps it short (compared to last time which was WAY too long) with plenty vertical space – two pages would look way outta whack anyway; side note that is not recommended.
I didn’t want it to look crowded, and second, I wanted it to be conversational, which this template does a great job of being. In addition, and most importantly, I kept my previous job descriptions/ responsibilities the same for my two jobs, because I had quite a lot of the same things going on in both jobs.
Borders look clean, crisp, and aren’t distracting. My old resume was a mess, with a confusing jumble of lines and weird fonts. This new resume is similar to a classic Proteus theme. It’s not distracting and stands out nicely.
I don’t like the previous experience narrative in that it was sort of a generic list of bullet points.
It’s very clean (I think that says something about me as an employer anyway). It follows many common formatting practices found in professional job listings such ASM & KPM. Many jobs have you upload your CV or Resumeogeniture style application document which then gets analysed by keyword analysis software to detect frequently used phrases / key information.
I like how it:” It gives you plenty to write with without resorting too much space (thicker margins), yet doesn’t look cluttered or overly crammed. “2- “The text size is significant enough so that even large emails etc which receive pdf attachments don’t get squished when printed out on 2nd PDF reader.
It’s beautiful! It was inspired by one awesome master list that @rucker_k (super nice to look at too) posted on here some months back. So simple yet incredibly effective.
It is a lot easier to read and doesn’t suffer from the random bullet points that seem to bog down many cv’s. It is still easy to read after being edited to look like this. And three, It allows me to highlight what I think is the most important parts of my job.
I like the ability to customize my resume as I would any other product on their website, which is cool. I feel like it’s easy to read, unlike others I’ve seen which required you to skew your text to the right so it would fit well on the page.
My old resume was just a wall of text. I’m used to being able to write a page or more worth of descriptive or interesting text before my resume starts listing my experience, skills and education. My new resume is clean, concise and effective.
This cv template is so simple, that as a designer, I like it a lot. It gives a very good overview of my professional experience, without making the experience fragmented. The experience is described by key achievements, which are further broken down into lesser important details to maintain a good flow.
As an aspiring UX person, I’m always frustrated when I see bland, word-salad resumes. From the moment I opened the template, I enjoyed the layout. It was easy to read, and the colors were pleasant to the eye.
My old resume looked like it was compiled in the 90s. It’s incredibly boring and very “dated”. The new resume I created from the template looks clean, modern and sleek.