Modern resumes must look goodƒ??good enough so that potential employers can’t end up overlooking it.
Tirana is widely acknowledged as an ideal professional format that successfully makes sure that doesn’t occur.
Tirana’s header divides the rest of your CV with light transparency, adding the perfect separation without the use of thick, gaudy black lines.
It makes efficient use of bullet points, putting together a unique outline for word that you can finish up in a few minutes time.
Lastly, it can single out a section title’s strong fonts to paste in your credentials.
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It saves me literally tons ( epic amount ) time :). It’s simple to read, yet packs quite possibly. An important piece in there that _i think_ could help bring something unique / stand-out. Bonus points because instead. Of re writing your entire education history on paper.
It looks clean (I’m into minimalism), it’s easy to read/scan quickly with good content- selection is important because job hunting can be nerve wrecking – you don’t want your CV clogging up / missing an opportunity that could have lead somewhere + worse; going over scannerexcept when there are more qualified candidates available.
Read below to see them in detail. (detail from original post)**Background on why i want / need help:***Last year while preparing resumes & cover letters (client requested), one column was “accommodating” with their font/setting.
There’s the typography. It looks so nice, so cozy and inviting. There’s the layout. It’s very inviting on the eyes, and people will definitely be attracted to it. Third, I know *where* I’ve been throughout my career.
The first being that I was able to take my old resume, which had WAY too much content, and condense it to what it is now.
It eliminates the need to post my resume on sites like Indeed, Monster, etc, where I see a lot of useless information presented in an ugly, tiny font. It gives me a place to list skills and education that I feel aren’t as relevant on my resume in favor of more job history and industry specific experience.
It looks so professional, it’s easy to read, and it frames the awesome research skills I have.It’s a candidate’s market, and recruiters don’t need to be told how awesome I am until they see it. No more hiding behind a computer screen. I can scan this thing in under 10 seconds. It’s that fast.
I didn’t want to do a plain jane resume as I’m fairly unique in that I have a fair amount of experience. I wanted to highlight my education and experience in the healthcare field that I want to go into. I really love the minimalist format. I personally think it looks great.
I don’t like the previous resume’s format where the project names were more like “completed classes” rather than “beats me” like the example on the template.
It looks so clean, and is simple to read. My previous resume was long, and the previous experience I listed wasn’t exactly relevant to the job I’m looking for now. Plus, it’s going to make my cv stand out. Now I just need to figure out what to write about.
It’s beautiful as all get out! Second – Each job listing is on its own line (separated by spaces), which helps keep your credentials organized while not bloating looking like other templates that heap everything onto one or two lines per occupation/businesses you’ve worked with in prior industries.
My old resume was JUST straight forward, black and white, with simple fonts and no color. The font was Georgia, which is a very conservative, conservative font.
No pictures, no icons, no designs, just straight up text. This is perfect for me since I’m trying to break into a scripting/developing type of job. Not the clinical field.
I like how it looks, with that little dock at the bottom. It makes my CV look very small and compact. Lovely touch!I think it looks nice, clean and modern. Third, there are three sections, rather than just two brackets.
I don’t want to spam my application with another cv and risk they read it and decide not to contact me. It’s very similar to the type of design language I was seeing on LinkedIn (mainly) and Indeed.
I don’t like the old format where the colors are all over the place and it looks kind of “boring”. I’m not sure about the “Profile” section.