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Curriculum PDF Editable in real time

This type of curriculum does not require registration, it is an editable curriculum in real time, you can do as many as you want, If it is more convenient for you to use the form to make your curriculum you can use the resume by form mode that is below

Curriculum PDF online by form

This curriculum is a downloadable PDF curriculum and can be edited whenever you want, you can also change the template whenever you want. You can use one of the following examples to make your resume by form, the latter requires registration

Standard Template

Lilac Template

WHAT IS A RESUME?

A resume is a brief summary of personal and professional experiences, skills, and educational history. Its primary purpose is to show the best to potential employers when applying for employment

When applying for a job, you will be asked (in most cases) for a resume and sometimes accompanied by a cover letter.

If you manage to create a well-made resume, you will increase by 2 times your chances of being hired.

HOW TO WRITE A WELL-MADE RESUME ?

In the past the process of writing a resume was difficult but today with the technology that our application uses you can make your resume without installing any program, just fill in the fields you need and you have it ready to download in PDF. After all, most of the resume examples you see on the web are 80% on work experience. So what can you include in your resume if you don't have one?

Well, here's some good news. If you are applying for a basic-level job or internship, no one expects you to have ANY work experience.

Instead, you should focus on what you have: education, projects, volunteering experience, hobbies, and interests.

WHAT TO PUT ON A RESUME?

The most common sections on a resume are:

  • Contact information

  • Resume summary or objective

  • Work experience

  • Education

If you want to customize your resume a little more, you can also include the following sections:

  • Projects

  • Volunteering experience

  • Afitions and interests

  • Languages

HOW TO FORMAT A RESUME?

There are 3 typical resume formats:

  • Reverse chronological resume

  • Functional resume

  • Combined resume

In most cases, you'll want to go with the reverse chronological resume format. That's the format most resumes you've seen follow: their main focus is your work experience, written in reverse chronological order.

Unless you're looking to create a career change resume, we recommend that you keep this format as it's the resume that's most familiar to recruiters

For more information on resume formats, see our comparison guide.

HOW TO WRITE A RESUME SUMMARY?

Your resume summary is a "hook" that goes on top or bottom of your resume. Think of it as an introduction or PD to the rest of your resume. You should, in 2-4 sentences, explain what your experience is and why it is relevant to the position you are applying for.

Do you want me to highlight the summary of your CURRÍCULUM? Use this proven formula:

"Professional [job title] with X+ years of work experience in [work responsibility]. In the last years Y, I have [your 1-2 superior aquiivements]. Looking for a [job title] position in [company name]"

To learn more about creating a resume summary that stands out, see our guide.

On the other hand, if you're a student or just don't have much work experience, read our article on how to create a resume goal instead.

HOW TO LIST WORK EXPERIENCE ON A RESUME

Work experience on a resume is one of those things that's easy to learn, hard to master.

Each work experience entry must contain the following:

  • Position title

  • Company name/description/location

  • Achievements or responsibilities

  • Dates used

Now, if you want to create a work experience section that stands out, you wantto focus on measurable achievements. What this means is, instead of creating an entry like:

"Sales operations performed"

You list an achievement:

"Hit and surpass monthly sales KPIs for 5 consecutive months."

This shows the employer that you're not just a random candidate, you're an A player! For more information on how to list achievements in your work experience (and get the job done), see our article.

HOW TO LIST SKILLS ON A RESUME?

Simply create a "skills" section in your resume template and list your core skills. We usually recommend going for a mix of hard and soft skills.

 

HOW TO MAKE A COVER LETTER FOR A RESUME?

Each job application requests a cover letter (in addition to your resume). Here are some of our tips on how to get it right:

  • Customize your cover letter to the employer. The more personalized it is, the more likely the recruiter likes you

  • Outline your overall experience (work experience, profession, etc.) and mention your best 2-3 achievements to show off your skills

  • If you really want to stand out, create a cover letter that matches your resume template. To do this, you can use one of our cover letter templates on the Web Cv here.

For more information on writing a compelling cover letter, see our comprehensive guide.

WHAT IS THE BEST RESUME TEMPLATE?

There is no such thing as "the best resume template" - every recruiter/employer has their own personal preferences. Our general recommendation is to do your research on the company and what its values are.

For example, if you're applying for a position at a bank, you'd want a more professional resume template. On the other hand, if you want a job in a startup where they value innovation the most, you should join a creative resume template.

Finally, if you're still not sure what type of template is right for the job you're applying for, you can use a simple resume template to be sure.