Resume Check: Let’s Get Creative

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Resume Check: Let’s Get Creative

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Let’s face it: a creative resume is pretty important. Not only it resembles your personality, it also speaks your capability and creativity. And I get it- sometimes it’s difficult to display your artsy and bubbly personality on an 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper.

How exactly should you capture all of your awesomeness? Well friends, by sprucing up your resume, that’s how! Start thinking outside of the box.

There are different forms of resume designs you can create: infographics, booklets, business cards, postcards, personal branding material, posters, and more.

We know it can be overwhelming, but have no fear! You can always seek help- there’s no shame in that! Create something that shows off YOUR style. Showcase where your specialty lies. Allow your resume to be a unique representation of YOU. Make it an expression of who you are and what you do; what your passions are.

Whether you already have a resume or you’re building yours for the first time, the following resume templates will help get your creative juices flowing and inspire you to stand out amongst the stack!


For the “simple-but-funky” approach:

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For the more “daring-go-getter-extremist” approach:

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So there you have it friends- some pretty groovy inspiration right there!

Now I know some of you may be scrolling down these uberly-amazing templates thinking, “ain’t nobody got time fo dat”.. and you’re probably right! BUT trust me, if you’re serious about landing THE perfect job and enhancing your chances on getting noticed, you WILL make “da time” to spruce it up.

Remember, there are different ways you can create your resume, so have fun and get funky with it! Adding different fonts, shapes, and splashes of color are a few simple tweaks you can do on your own using programs like Microsoft Word, Pages, and even Adobe Creative Suite if you want to go the extra mile.

Also, keep in mind that you should be cautious on going overboard with the graphics, you don’t want your future employer squinting and looking for your info.

For some more inspiration, visit these helpful sites:



Now, go out there and show ‘em!

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