CV by originality
If you are out and about looking for that dream job, you’re going to want to dust off your old resume and give it a modern refresh. But how can you make sure that out of all the applications, it’s your resume sample that catches the eye of your future employer?
Your resume layout and structure is all-important. I know, it may be dull, but the organization is the key to a successfully-designed resume. You want your resume to have a creative format that is well planned and organized.
Once you’ve narrowed down your content to one page worth, you’re going to need to visually separate that information into easy to read chunks. A recruiter who has sat all day in their desk reading resumes will pass on looking over someone’s essay-long summary. So make sure to chop things up into digestible pieces.
Avoid lumping all your information together. Use grid layout, with columns and rows, visual dividers and white spaces to section out all the relevant data you’re presenting to your potential employer. This will also make it easier for them to refer to individual items of information during the interview.
You want to make your creative resume a pleasure to read, not a chore, and keeping your information visually organized is going to help you achieve this.