By On Jan 06, 2018 Resume
A hiring manager spends less than a minute looking at a resume – just six seconds, according to one study – before deciding whether a candidate might be a good fit for a position. So a resume has to make a big impact and do it quickly. To that end, we have put together this round up of top resume examples.
Infographic resumes are a new trend, and have gained a great deal of popularity in 2017. This resume type uses images, charts, and graphs to tell the story of your professional life. Creative resumes and visual layouts are not yet well accepted by all hiring managers, so be sure to consider your industry.
Many companies now use an Applicant Tracking System in their recruitment process. Some of these systems cannot read graphics, tables, symbols, or charts. If you want to ensure that an ATS does not lose information in your resume, then plain text format is the safest choice. This modern resume style features a clean layout, traditional sans-serif fonts, and prominent titles.
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