Receiving an increasing number of maladjusted resumes, we thought this article might help you to create a professional one within a few steps.
Whether it's an internship or a job search, whether you are young or old, your resume plays an essential role in your canvassing.
This document, which may seem harmless to some people, is not. Your resume is your business card, your first contact with your potential recruiter, so it must be perfect and catchy. Faced with a growing number of resumes that we consider unsuitable, we will guide you to create the document that will make the difference. Although these tips are particularly suited to the communication industry, you can use them in other sectors. Ready for our 10 advises?
Typography and colors.
These two elements have an important role. Let's start with typography.
It must be readable, of a suitable size and spaced enough to air the text. A text too compact gives a block effect and does not provide the desire to be read. To add originality, you can use another typography for titles to put them a little more prominently and create a reading grid at a glance.
As for colors, they will bring life to your document. The key elements can be colored to accentuate their obviousness but know how to balance the colors between them and do not overuse them. Your resume should not become a rainbow.
To better personalize your document, why not use the color and typography themes from the company you are targeting?
Preparing a professional resume could be a complicated task but once done, adjusting details like typography, colors, and some sentences will make your document elaborated. The aim is not to poorly target hundreds of recruiters but correctly target the few companies you wish to join. Recruiters receive tens of resumes per day and give attention only to the ones able to catch it. The first impression you give is unique; you'll not have a second chance.
Now you have the keys to better succeed, we wish you good luck.