An opulent resume template, Tourelle gives executives all of the bullet points necessary to accentuate their business development experience to the same degree of their strategic planning skills.
This template was crafted with sales management as its focal point, rocking both a minimalist design, as well as a simple-to-edit page layout that calls attention to your executive summary, educational accomplishments, people management background, and more.
What’s even better is how you don’t have to resize your headshot before uploading it into the top part of the sidebar – just go to change picture and voila, done deal.
A nice sized, square qr code for your portfolio to end things off in the digital age.
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I think the design looks much more modern and clean than the old Word-ridden template. It’s pretty bold and different, I think, from the standard ‘broomstick’ look.2nd, the list of skills just got a lot longer.
It is simple, clean, intuitive, and stands out -perfect for those who are not familiar with more ‘creative’ resumes. It also comes with a color scheme that I have experimented with, and it has merit.
The main reason is that I can now use the beautiful blue color that LibreOffice has. It really helps to set my resume apart from everyone else’s without paying a ridiculous amount of money for a template. I can now use the famous *frozen* heart as my resume photo.
First – It’s a fairly clean, straight to the point resume. I wanted something that would leave more of a strong impression than waste space with a wall of text explaining everything. Second – I’m trying to move out of the helpdesk only environment and in to a more business oriented environment.
Reasons I think make this template is worth sharing:1. I don’t have a section for skills, summary or any other fancy stuff. This means my cv looks clean and simple. Font. My previous resume used a lot of color and looked very “fancy”.
It’s clean: no more painting/drawing on top with messy jpeg data frames tacked onto walls! It follows all (desired) trends in typography & coloring just like Google has said to do.
I didn’t know how to highlight my companies customer service experience. It’s pretty much the only thing they look at, pretty much all they care about is the product and the experience of the company. So I really want to highlight it as much as I can.
It’s beautiful! It looks like someone took an existing Microsoft Word document (or A or LaTeX latex file & made very fine edits to make each section align properly on their own without any gaps between sections which was really difficult before.
No more confusing columns! It’s consistent. Seeing all those “basic” designs with a lot of empty space really grabs your attention right away, and it’s not distracting. It’s effective.
It’s very clean; only real “objective” is on top with company name below (I change it to fit each job).
I hope someone can help me show this off a little better. I have a little bit of experience, having worked for the same company for the past 4 years. Prior to that, I worked for a seasonal job at a specialty furniture store, and recently I began working for my local tree company.
It saves me 2400% in space (I didn’t have enough space to begin with), and it’s very easy on the eyes.
First off it looks really nice in both color & black&white (I’d like to use something similar at some point).
It’s simple to read/navigate (my previous resumes were text-heavy).
Since most job postings are on indeed or monster-like sites: Second (and more importantly) because it allows you to fit **ALL** your information in one page! Which means *no writing/bleeding over onto another pages* cleaner look & feel, easier readability during processing times.
I was able to fit all my job experience in one page, which is always a challenge for me. I was able to cut down my descriptions to fit everything on one page.
It’s clean, minimal, and nicely spaced. It’s a single page. which is perfect for me since I’m in an art field. It’s in text, which is #1 again for me. I like the fact that it’s professional yet fun at the same time.
It saves me from having to go back and forth between a old CV that got my first job wrong and this new cv which has more whitespace and is easier to read. It also helps that I have more experience and some headers that aren’t just headings.
It is extremely clean – two pages in word format is a bit too much, especially with some white space. I love the way the cv is formatted. It’s very minimal, yet organized. And third, it’s a single color, so it looks great.
Most importantly is that it looks clean, (I mean you can never have enough whitespace) and is easy to skim read. I like the way the template presents my information. I feel like in person, people look over my resume and they don’t have to wait for the end of the resume to get to my info.
It works well with 1 page resumes without cutting to front or back cover letters that can sometimes get cut in “traditional” CV style (also feel like you have more room) it keeps your eye on what’s actually happening instead CV type flowchart kind OF stuffAnd most importantly – since usually people ask customizing their Cover letter + Resume does not come cheap.
I think it looks very clean and modern. I really like the way it’s organized. Each section has a clear role and it’s easy to follow what it does. Third, I really like how it follows a logical progression – instead of “Here’s what I did.
There’s just something about this template that just looks so very smart and fresh.
It is extremely minimalist compared to most professional resumes which can often be several pages long with numerous pictures/videos etc. I do not have lots or years work experience.
It’s clean, simple, and it comes with a template that looks good as well. I personally feel like every time I update my resume I end up adding more to it. Plus, templates are great for starting off and for newer jobs if you don’t have access to Photoshop.
I’m also very particular about my job descriptions and this cv hasn’t had any job descriptions included so I can’t speak to its accuracy.
No essays to read in every single line (in all honesty), which is what i liked about someones else CV from last week that got me bonus points.
The paid template I eventually ended up purchasing removed a lot of the formatting from the resume, making it look extremely amateur.
The word “recycled” is SUPER catchy – much better than “recycled paper”. It also makes me seem like I’m a recycle-o-matic, which I am not.
I like how it’s organized – it’s not just a big laundry list of jobs. I like that it’s explained in simple terms. Finally, I like that it doesn’t look like a list of things I’ve done – instead, it looks like I’ve done a lot.
My old resume looked like it was put together by an 8th grader, and there were a few poorly placed border lines and details that didn’t make sense.
I think it looks very creative. It’s different. Three, I think it’s a winning combination. And four, I don’t want to mess it up.
It’s simple and modern, not a Times New Roman or something like that. It’s open – you’re able to add your own personal touch to it. Not only that, it’s also “bonus points” on the content and design. Bonus points on the layout, layout, layout.
As I mentioned, I’ve only had one job, and its proprietary software. Since most people my age have had multiple jobs, I’m not too sure on how to make this clear.