By On Mar 06, 2018 Resume Template
One thing that is an absolute nightmare for employers tasked with trawling through resumes by the bucketload is encountering resumes that are more than one page long. Sure, you might want to go into detail about that part-time training course you took seven years ago, but, frankly, all your future employer wants to know is how that qualification is relevant to the job you’re applying for.
Place shorter sections of information, like a brief bio, skills, software competencies, languages and contact details in the column, along with a photo in the same column. Switch up the background color of the column to keep it visually distinctive. Placing more detailed chunks of information, such as your job experience, education and qualifications, in the other wider column will help maximise the limited space available in your creative resume layout.
Do not lump all your information together. Use a grid structure for your layout, with columns and rows, visual dividers and white space to section out all the data you are presenting to the reader. This will also make it much easier for them to refer to individual items of information in conversation with a colleague or during an interview.
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