Underfur comes with a cover letter and pack of 10 skills bar images, customized specifically for microsoft word documents. It includes over 30 icons for hobbies, contact section headers, and social media links. Simply click on each picture or iconography element and select the change image option to edit and make it your own.
Make sure your personal photo is transparent before dropping it into the resume. It’s easy to add transparency, but if you don’t want to just use your favorite personal logo. Of course you have the option of just deleting it out of the header too.
Mix and match border thickness, font styles, and even add icons as easily as if you were a barista mixing that next margarita.
Check out the built-in vertical timeline for the experience and educations sections. We built it so you can resize, rearrange, add more years or remove descriptions.
Line charts were carefully created by inserting perfectly sized rectangles, stacking them equally on top of one another, and are all modifiable through dragging the selected shape left or right.
The extensive list of software skills are often replaced by MS Office expertise.
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No more horrid employer-hunting experience from way back when. Just focus on your most recent job or past jobs. If you’re really good at what you do, you’ll probably find that employers like working with you. That’s the beauty of it. Just find out who your competitors are, and find a way to beat them. That’s what will set you apart from everyone else.
I went from a job that I thought I was qualified for, to getting absolutely no interviews, to getting interviews from companies that I was not even considered for. In other words, my experience and the jobs I applied for did not match. Now that I have a different resume from the one I used before, I have applied to dozens of jobs and only had one interview so far (and that was from a recruiting site, which does not represent all the companies I applied for).
It’s simple, easy to understand, and will get you noticed. You’ll get tons of interview calls because of this. I used this template for my MBA and now using it for my first job out of college. It’s working great for me! I’m getting calls from companies asking me to come in for interviews!
I have always been a bit of a hodgepodge of a person, and I think my current resume reflects that. I have always been a person who has mixed and matched to suit the job.
No more thinking of ways to make the resume stand out by including an objective, personal statement, etc. All you have to do is decide on a template and stick to it. You will not regret it. I guarantee it. I would even go so far as to say that this is the single best decision you could possibly make for your job search.
My old one was just terrible. I used the above template and got 6 calls back in 2 weeks. I had one interview before I quit and was told I didn’t have enough experience. I’ve updated my resume and done other stuff I’m sure other people would suggest. Here are the stats:Newest update:Job history:1. IT Analyst – Temp role – Jan 2015 – Mar 20152. IT Admin – Mar 2015 – Feb 20163.
I had a hunch that my resume would get overlooked because I am applying to small company and not big company. Well, I made the mistake of applying to Google and Amazon. I was surprised to see that I got a call back from Amazon and a recruiter from Google. That made me realize that my resume is probably not making it through the Applicant Tracking System. I had to fix it, and now it’s as good as it’s going to get.
Not only did it land me a great job right out of the academy, but I also did extremely well compared to my peers during my time there. Not only that, but I am still employed there and we have not had any recruiters contact me since I was promoted. Hopefully, you can still find value in it even after reading my rant.
It allowed me to fit all the relevant information on one page without sacrificing the story I was trying to tell. I cut out several jobs that I didn’t feel were as relevant (or as interesting) as the company I was working for. My girlfriend said I needed more action verbs in my resume, so I decided to give it a shot. I tried to highlight the important parts of the job and I also decided to ramp up the number of projects I had built.
I’m so happy I was able to do it because I’m getting zero response back from the places I’ve applied to.