A colorful multipurpose, easy to customize and modern resume & cover letter pack with a logo and photo mockup for all kinds of job applications, corporate and personal uses.
The snapshot above zooms into it’s perfectly sized white border that sits around a circle-shaped, grayscale creative headshot.
The body of Ursus begins with a summary statement listed first, followed by a generously sized communication skill section.
Tips to Consider:
- Your work experience section will include details about your work experience as a high school teacher, including your start date, end date and the positions you have held. Include your work experience in reverse-chronological order with the most recent position at the top of the list.
- The skills section of your resume will list any hard or soft skills you have. Many skills, such as specific program or academic achievement, require additional information about your skill set. If you are applying for a technical skill, such as computer programming, you will include a small section at the bottom of your resume that includes relevant hard skills.
- If you have any outstanding achievements such as graduating with honors or holding a GPA of 3.5 or higher, you should include them as well. An honors or GPA requirement will set you apart from other candidates, making it more likely for an employer to read the rest of your resume.
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I used the “classic” template found on MS Word, and it worked perfectly. I received 13 phone interviews in 4 days, and got the job on the first try. You can too! I want to make it as perfect as possible.
It’s simple, beautiful, effective, and will get you hired. If you want to put your best foot forward, take a look at this template and feel good about it. I guarantee you’ll feel great and want to use it.
It’s so simple, yet packs a punch. It’s the template that got me my dream job (even though I didn’t know it at the time). 99% of the time, recruiters are looking for a simple resume. But, with this template, I landed the dream job with no interviews.
You will not be sorry! # Rule 1: Determine your objective. It should be something like this: Clearly state what you are trying to achieve. Clearly state your history of failure. Clearly state your history of success. Clearly state your estimated graduation date. Clearly state your nationality. Clearly state your age. Clearly state your gender. Clearly state your height. Clearly state your hair length. Clearly state your eye color.
It looks clean, organized, and (dare I say it) seductive. In the old resume, all the content was on one page. Now I’ve condensed it down to give you a glimpse of what’s actually there. First of all, the content.
It is easy to read. It is professional and yet friendly. It is easy to organize. It allows you to display a wide variety of It is relatively inexpensive to produce. It is easy to read. It is professional and yet friendly.
I have been using the same resume for years and it has landed me nowhere. I think it is too wordy, and that the layout is not appealing at all. I am also stuck on whether or not I should include my first degree, a BA in French, which was a useless degree for the purposes of my search.
I had a terrible, dead-end job with absolutely no hope of advancement or salary increase. Then I got a call to work at a company with a future…a glimpse into that future and I thought my ass would explode. Then I started working there and it was like someone poured salt in my wound, slowly but surely making me worse. I hated it, I quit after 3 months, and I took 2.5 months off to travel Europe.
I used a website to create it and it looks so nice on my computer. My only problem is that when I submit it on a company’s site, it doesn’t look right. It’s all jagged and distorted like it was created on a PC. It’s not a problem with my computer, it’s a problem with the company’s site.
I used this template to apply for 2 internships, both of which I was accepted to. I didn’t have a specific plan for my career path yet, so it’s difficult for me to plan out how I’m going to apply to internships. I’m hoping that the fact that I applied to 2 different internships will get across that I’m not a lost cause and that I’m a capable candidate.