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how to + resumes


I'm psycho about wanting my resume to look perfect. I know it matters what the resume is actually saying, but that doesn't mean it needs to look boring. I found a ton of design inspiration via Pinterest, and ended up just making a few of my own.






Making all of these templates was honestly really easy and didn't really require that much effort. Open Microsoft Word, and instead of just a regular document, open a Word Publishing Layout. I downloaded a few free fonts online, and made a series of text boxes in different arrangements!

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Hannah
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  1. Good for you! I have been working a few years but a tip that I have heard is that a majority of people tend to scan a resume with their eyes in a "Z" shape starting with the left hand corner, across to the right, then down diagonally to the left. Could be useful when deciding how to layout different sections!

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