Never mind the 4 shade andÿ 5 shade resumes. Undergoer is a breath-taking resumes that we’ve featured for a slue of reasons.
The borderless tables that run throughout the document are tastefully shaded a hint of grey that complements each section with finesse. In regards to creativity and effectiveness of word files, this layout is one of the most impressive in the lineup. The cover letter comes in a separate file and matches in professionalism. Be sure to utilize as many powerful, meaningful but relevant details about yourself.
To edit the mission statement, highlight the cell’s sample contents and paste in a range of example paragraphs.
Finish it off by limiting your employment gaps by removing the months from your dates. Another helpful tactic is to choose hard skills over soft ones.
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It’s minimalist, clean, and effective. My previous resume was a mess, and this template brings it back to one page. It’s also got a lot of color, which I always like. It looks good, and will draw people in, making them want to read more.
I think the design is very inviting. It’s bold and it’s fun. No need to add inches to a resume that will almost always be ignored anyways. Third, I think it’s very honest. Jobs are no secret, and needing to advertise yourself is nothing new.
There’s no section leading off with “work experience” as it used to be on mine; instead there are bullet points within each job description which can then branch out into more detail if necessary.
It saves me from having to go back & forth between multiple files both in word format– which is what i got tired doing regularly — as well saving space on Excel based programs like Adobe Dreamweaver (I have an MBA after all!).
My story starts on a Monday morning: I get up, check my e-mail, and check my calendar. There’s a message from HR on my phone from a client I haven’t worked with in X amount of time, with a date all the way back to January 2020.
My career background is in the accounting sector and my background is in accounting. I had a little bit of help with the format from a professional resume writer, so I’m pretty sure that’s in there somewhere.
I like how the columns are vertical instead of horizontal, it looks great and is easy to read with great end results. I like the way the title and body of my resume are kept short and concise. No more paragraphs of useless information. I also like that it’s all under 1 page.
It’s clean (no more ugly flags/ills), it has fewer graphics vs many small pictures & fonts in previous ones, looks better at smaller sizes without being too cramped or hard to read(as seen by testers)& there are actually some nice typography elements included. (particularly helpful when describing your projects).
It’s clean – something that is crucial when working in fields like banking or finance (I have spent much time studying).
I don’t like the fact that my resume has a solid black background, I feel like it looks artsy. Additionally, I feel like having a Summary completely defeats the purpose of having a resume.
It saves me having to move text around and it makes it easy to find what I want to look at. I hope it helps you as much as it helped me.
First off, **I found it visually appealing and easy to glance at** – This was by far the best part. I found the template visually appealing, and when I downloaded it, it looked just how I liked it.