Not sure how if your CV is hurting or helping you get hired? Take a dabble in this highly creative resume called Sayornis.
Spell out your key points next to stacked bar charts both of which are against a brick-patterned overlay panel.
The timelines contribute to this outline’s cleanliness, keeping this orderly while concise enough to keep the reader interested.
To upload replacement section icons, delve into the bundle of images which accompany the template download pack, then replace or reformat AutoShape in word for as many as you please.
Just grab the last bullet point of each timeline and drag it down the page to extend or to add additional awards you feel will give added value to your resume.
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It’s sleek & simple like many in their posts here on /resumes!* The layout is meant to be easy-to-read both visually AND linguistically – far more approachable than what you might think from seeing it. * Consistent with CBT principles * There are very specific places where important headings meet text (i.
It allows me to fit all that amazing info on 1 page (or even 2!), it looks very readable / organized at first glance with some intuitive coloring according font size usage or company lines/tabs.
First off it looks nice with all bullet points:Now onto color – not many companies are doing bolder colors on their resumes nowadays than they were when i got hired 5+ years ago (blue/black text).
It’s in line with my career ambitions. I want to work in sales, and this resume reflects that. I like the ability to customise my CV in many ways.
It looks so professional, and the colors are bright and noticeable. It’s easy to read, and the columns are large and spaced apart well. I can’t wait to get it back from the designers to see what they think.
First is that instead of listing experience by “job title” like most resumes do it’s laid out so you can actually see how experienced someone has become as each job they’ve had – which in turns makes me think about what *I* could have been doing on those experiences sections if only i’d stuck around longer to take advantage all these years later.
# It is visually appealing. It is aimed at the creative types that are trying to stand out from the crowd. It allows me to fit all the necessary information (headings, content, experience, etc) in one page. .
It saves me literally tons of time, and I can use it for many more years. **Objective***To obtain a position as a Part Time/Flexible Part Time Researcher, where I can contribute my skills and experience to the [University’s] academic, governmental and private endeavors.
It definitely makes my resume fit onto one page, thus allowing me to add more detail and information.
I don’t like the previous resume’s format, it’s just too cramped. I’m really struggling with the objective section, and believe I should delete it altogether. I tried to give a glimpse into my career journey with the experiential section.
It’s very readable. I glance quickly at the text and know what is written there. it presents me in a good light. I like to present myself in a positive light, and want my prospective employer to see that.
I like to showcase things that show some serious effort went into making an application; even if it’s something small or silly! Two examples are adding professional references on resumes (which could easily be omitted), rather than just including them in cover letters/personal statements (“additional information”).
It’s very easy to read — every line is a clear, simple sentence, and those few words describe my experience like no other. It’s incredibly easy to edit. I can take out a line here or a job there, rearrange the sections, and save it as-is.