Using mainly fundamental designs and a beige-on-black color pairing, Royalize is characterized as a visually majestic resume that carries a whole lot of professionalism with it.
Insert glorious vectors from the attached icon library in the download. Don’t be shy to plug in quotes on the side.
Simply select quick parts in word and choose the field you’re adding core competencies to.
If you want, you are free to expand the header borders to suit the length of your name by dragging the ruler over, or by altering the measurements of the margins under the page borders” menu to fit your needs.
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I am pretty sure that at first glance it might look as though I’m using a different font for my name than I actually am.
It fits in one page which is great if i’m applying to healthcare organizations or regular jobs. Its very readable (a plus point), especially because it’s 1x large3.
I’m a physical person, so a 2 page resume is just not possible for me. In addition, I think a template with 2 columns and tabbed interface is much more user friendly than a traditional plain text resume.
My old resume was just a bunch of pretty black text on a white background, with no graphics at all. This one uses a dark grey color scheme – No I’m not making my resume in InDesign, I can’t tell you how impressed I am by how well it works in practice.
It is very easy on the eyes, and second, it is very consistent from one company to another, and to different positions within an organization. In addition, it is extremely versatile – I can use it for resumes for other professions (I am thinking law), and job applications in general.
My old resume had a boring layout with too many bullets, and didn’t stand out as much. The new resume is much more clear and concise.
It’s easier to read – usually, I have to guess at what a hiring manager wants, and that never ends up going very well. It beats the heck out of a Word resume.
Firstly, I think the blue is eye-catching, something I’ve talked about with one of my advisers already. It’s simple yet distinct, smart yet not obtuse, and stands out from the rest.
Way easy to make your existing descriptions quantifiable (how ever you want to look at) with this design. It highlights accomplishments rather than general tasks/ responsibilities as most resumes do today.
My old resume looked like a generic resume, and wasn’t even interesting to look at. This one looks like it was designed by a professional. It’s not overused. It’s not trying too hard. It just looks good.
First off: it looks like every other word in your. Doc document! No more awkward page breaks or weird looking lines appearing between sections when you’re comparing to another version on Google Docs.
It’s a lot easier to organize everything properly. I didn’t have to worry about accidentally placing a keyword within a row of text. No more “waterfall” type organization. No more “keyword error” messages. Just plain old text boxes for job titles and everything is easily searchable.
I noticed an alarming number of outdated/weird custom styles for resumes on the web. Customizing a resume seemed to me a lot more satisfying than the previous “cookie cutter” templates which just looked like crap.