Need to fit a whole lot of work history, multiple degrees, or a long list of your areas of expertise all onto one page? Upstart accomplishes this in a trendy way, adding a little oomph to your personality too.
This infographic resume template features a wide range of design elements which do an impressive job of serving as accents. It’s borderless, taking a clean approach to an otherwise filled up outline from top to bottom. You can see the huge amounts of space it gives to add important information.
As shown above, it has an impactful timeline designed to help you map out where your career has taken you over the years. Oftentimes, visually depicting your work experience can work wonders in the eyes of potential employers.
You can tweak the charts, change the languages section to something different, or use a qr code generator and personalize it to the degree of your choosing.
Try to list some interests that are somewhat relevant to your career if possible. Above, you can also see the international experience infographic, ready to be customized to fit your background. You’ll find multiple maps in the images folder of the download pack. Choose one to capture the look you’re going for.
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It’s ability to both provide me with specific details in relation tp each position without leading into overload is fantastic.
My old resume looked like a wall of text, and many of the job descriptions were repetitive. The new resume is much more streamlined, and doesn’t feel like it needs any filler words. It’s short, sweet, and to the point.
Top of , the resume looks clean. I have seen many, many outdated looking resumes with all sorts of crap food industries and restauranteurs in them. , I like the theme. The resume also doesn’t get much more minimalist than this.
It’s simple, consistent, and aesthetically pleasing. It’s available in either full-page or 1-page versions, and both are shown here. The design is simple, yet eye-catching. There’s just something about those two pages that make your resume pop.
It’s minimalist which is something that always appealed to me about your designs (I believe we can all agree onthat).
It gives me a chance to show off some creative skills (I am a creative person and this cv is a good example of that). I can easily show the structure of the resume without writing an explanation for every section, like I have done. In addition, I can easily show my leadership in my fraternity chapter.
It’s very very clean – I can’t think of a single line that is not clean.
My career background is in human services, and since most of my jobs lasted less than six months, I didn’t develop a thick skin, which makes me more humiliated by big bad reviews on bad companies.
Numbers. I’m a thought leader, and with the help of this template, I’m confident that recruiters will see that I’m a thought leader, too. It’s easy to see how my skills translate to a resume, and it’s easy to see the direct and obvious benefits this template will provide to your company.
It looks clean, and still has a little color to it. My old resume was pointillistic and looked like a child did the coloring for their art projects.
It looks clean, crisp and modern – think again style wise with the columns and font. The text is very concise and to the point.
First off it’s very clean & easy to read (from an aesthetic point-of view at least).
I didn’t want a plain blank resume to sit on the desk of any recruiter. I wanted a bullet point that was quantifiable. Finally, I didn’t want a resume to be too cluttered. The accomplished award goes to my boss who insisted that I put it there. He was right.
They also make it easy to fit everything on one page. I didn’t want to go through the trouble of a large font, or a second page. The old resume was a mess, with large gaps and small separations. The headings.
It shows my current salary along with the four levels of positions that I have held within the same organization. I currently make a base of $65,000/year, and my highest level job makes me $90,000/year.
First – I don’t have to worry about lying on my resume. Second – I feel like I’m able to fit more onto one page now, which is a huge factor when you’re trying to find work in this town – especially since I’m trying to get out of retail.
It looks very clean, clean lines, and is still simple to read (something I always had issues with)! It’s black and white, which I like, because I always have had issues reading resumes that are too flashy. And it is Arial, which I like because it is simple, clean, and crisp.