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.
- This eye-catching design has pronounced boxes that specify areas of expertise ranging from cardiology, to giatrics, 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.
- Your resume is often the first impression you make on a hiring manager or recruiter. If your resume is well-written, expertly formatted and packed with information, you are more likely to be noticed by hiring managers and recruiters. But what if your resume is missing important pieces like a professional summary or an objective statement?
- Including these details on your resume can help make your resume more scannable, helping a hiring manager or recruiter to better understand your qualifications and why you are the best candidate for the role. If you are about to graduate college, have limited work experience and want to highlight your skills, a resume without these items may not be competitive.
- If you are using a professional profile or networking profile as a guide for your resume and cover letter, you may not need to include your contact information on the resume. If you have an online portfolio, you may consider omitting your address and phone number in your portfolio since those details can provide unnecessary clutter.
- While you may have a large number of contacts in your job title, add only those who are relevant to the job you’re applying for. For instance, if you work as a liaison between two companies, you don’t need to include
- To create a scannable resume, tailor your resume to the job and program you are applying to. For instance, when applying to a scientific research program, your resume may need to include a professional summary or mission statement. Likewise, if you are applying to an administrative role at a large university, you may want to include a description of your role there.
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I will tell you that I went through many iterations of this resume, before settling on this one. But I wanted you to get a sense of the many iterations I went through to get it right. I am confident that with your help I can get even higher up the search ranks. Thanks!
It allowed me to fit all the work experience in one page while still keeping important projects and skills relevant to my field. I was also able to fit all the work I’ve done since graduating college into one nicely formatted page. My only real concern is to find a way to condense all the work experience into one page without losing too much in the process.
I went with a very simple template in InDesign to maximize my space (I’m a creative and like to keep everything nice and neat, plus I’m a minimalist) . I had to compress a 6-page document into a 1-page resume, and I made do with a 2-page version for the time being.
Many people specify that they want their resume to be clear, and not cluttered. Well this is everything they need…. totally unique – not like every other resume I see out there. Most people have a resume that is basically the same damn thing over and over.
I didn’t have to worry about trying to fit everything on one page and worrying about having too much on there. everything is black and white and simple, which is something I always back away from. Normally CVs look like they’ve been splashed with paint. And the colors are just not my thing.
I used the template that got me my job at the tech company. The company was fairly small and after I was let go they quickly went through the process of hiring someone else. I really liked the small, close-knit group that worked there so I tried to make the transition as smooth as possible.
I had to change my career from engineering to SaaS sales, and although I did not start selling SaaS sales until after graduation, I used this resume template for my first sales job and received a very good offer. My next job was a transition to back-end development, which was a change of career from engineering to IT.
I have always used a chronological resume white paper. Lately, b/c I’m getting older and I’m paying for / building my own home, I have bought a template to work around my college courses that have helped my career. But yes to the real intro, I am having issues with the last point in the main part I wrote.
I feel it’s clean and a good representation of who I am without being too wordy. I’m still in the early stages of job searching and I want to make sure the best resume is representative of who I am and what I can bring to the table. Thanks for your time and consideration everyone.
It’s much more readable, and it’s not cluttered. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen a candidate’s resume and then I’ve looked at the template and thought, “This is terrible! ” But then I looked at the content, and it was too much.