Designing resume have always been a difficult process for me. There is too much information to show in a smaller area. Also, we need to consider too many factors while designing our resume. CV / Resume will require you thinking through your skills, abilities, experience and achievements. It is important to remember that your CV should act as a ‘tickler’. It must contain enough information for the potential employer to make a preliminary assessment of your suitability to the position and, more importantly, it must motivate the reader to interview you and find out more about your experiences, achievements and potential.
We sifted through those links, picked our favorites and placed them in the post below. After clicking through the collection of resumes, were you inspired? What works for you in your industry? Do you already use any of the tactics employed in these resumes to promote yourself and your skills? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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Erin is the Ticket
Dwight Schrute’s resume
Effektive CV/Poster Mailer
comic book resume
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Wow ok, as fun and quirky as these are, as a boring HR person, I really can’t stand resumes like these, they are so difficult to read, please keep it simple that’s my best advice if you are going through a traditional application system, but feel free to bring these “funky” resumes along when you’re interviewing with the design team, though your portfolio ought to speak for itself.
Excelent article and examples! Thanks for sharing!