A visually appealing professional resume template given the name Vallisneria for it’s calming earth-toned color scheme, empowers nurses to tailor their curriculum vitae to promote wellness and health to a degree that impresses medical clinics, outpatient facilities, rehabilitation centers, or senior centers.
Colorful enough to stand out while remaining as classy as they come, this eye-catching design has pronounced boxes that specify areas of expertise ranging from cardiology, to geriatrics, critical care, to acute care.
Listing a lot of externship experience sure makes building a nursing targeted curriculum vitae easier than administering medications. Follow the sample CV for ideas on formatting.
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It’s very readable – a skill I sorely lacking since I’ve been unemployed for so long. It’s very easy to work with. No more searching through tables trying to figure out how to show X data point in a certain way because the formatting doesn’t fit the question.
First off, it’s just more pleasant on the eye. it’s very simple. I like to keep things as simple as I can while still hitting the key points. Third, even though it’s simple, it’s got some color. Which is, as I mentioned, one of my big pet peeves.
It isn’t flashy and doesn’t scream difficult to read, which is a good thing.
I like to showcase relevant projects, as they are the ones that will be relevant for the job applications.
And I have only about 3 years of experience so far in my field.
It’s beautiful! Secondly (although probably not as important) is that every single color was chose with respect to consistency & legibility.
It looks clean, organized, and is still recognizably “CV-like”. It’s a good size (a single page), and includes an amazing range of experience. It’s easy to read, and is in words.
It looks fresh (as if I colored it), it’s extremely concise, and it’s visually appealing. The only thing I’m not sure of is how to format the education section. I got my Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication with a minor in Journalism, so I have a decent amount of education.
I haven’t really seen a modern resume with a “STEM” theme. It really helps hide a lot of mistakes/glitches in my history.
It’s much easier to edit–I can add or take out items easily without messing up everything else Because it is one page (or at least looks that way), more important details are easy enough findable. Simplicity4A revamped CV which uses table based layouts make visual sense; individual title/position under each section makes readability high5.
I think the design is very clean with a future graduation date. It feels like a “homey” kind of thing, even if it is online.I think it’s aesthetically pleasing. Third, it allows me to fit more of the content instead of having to fit it into a narrow column.
It’s professional. And it’s a lot more colorful than my old resume. #1 it’s a lot easier for IT folks to read. #2 for recruiters to glance at and know if you’re a good fit instantly.
I omitted the “Objective” section that’s usually included. It’s the standard “To be hired for the position of [job title] by [company]. ” I limited my work experience to only include jobs in which I was an actual employee, and I direct the focus on my experience and skills.
I personally really like 1 page resumes and this template does not offer that. It also makes it easier to fit in the valuable experience from my diverse background.
My old resume looked like it was pulled from the 90s, with dated information.