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CV by originality: Modern CV

The world’s best brands know that design, presentation, and experience matter as much as the product itself. While content is king, when it comes to your resume, the formatting, details, and overall experience often make up the “queen” ­ and we all know that she often rules the household.

While content is the key, when it comes to your resume writing, the formatting, details, and overall experience is the deciding factor. Practices that were expected 15 years ago no longer apply today, and can actually hurt the effectiveness of your modern resume sample – making you look old-fashioned, or open you up to silent age discrimination.

Here are a few tips to write a modern resume.

Avoid sending a physical resume, unless stated otherwise. Most recruiters need an electronic version of your resume, which allows them to search for keywords and share them with the team and client.

Regarding your contact information, don’t bother with a residential phone number, unless you’re actually home during business hours when a recruiter might call you. Instead, leave your mobile number. Or you can opt to include your e-mail address, most professionals recommend skipping the traditional G-Mail account and using a customized domain, like [email protected], which immediately increases your credibility as a modern, tech­ savvy manager.

 Lastly, use a modern font and design, stay far away from Microsoft Word templates. There are a lot of resume templates online that have this modern, functional look that is designed for the modern work age.