Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by macbook bro, Feb 11, 2009.
like, the built in templates in word/pages suck
just type them out and use tables for spacing stuff
Here is a template that I have used before
i think the ones in pages are good, i use one of them
link to yalls resumes?
I use Illustrator.
hm, very helpful
Looks like a regular resume
interesting concept...never thought of using it.
My current one is a template I found online. I have found that you don't really need much of a template for your resume...simple and effective go further than fluff.
I used InDesign to make this - has been very well received.
I had an ancient PageMaker template that I loved and was always well received, but unfortunately somehow I lost it.
In for more templates using any programs.
Stay away from templates in Office as they make yours look like everyone else's.
oh, I figured you came up with something creative if you are using illustrator
Pages has some pretty decent templates.
I hear learning LaTex & formatting your resume using it is the best way to go, but probably requires the most effort.
yeah not trying to learn a computer language just to make a resume
resumes not created by word templates stand out more. and word resume templates are shit anyways
Exactly. The last thing you want yours being is a carbon-copy.
i saw a nice resume once on the internet, so i recreated it in word
ive used indesign in the past
when i was in art school, i used director for my resume
I wrote mine in LaTeX using TeXShop