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28 Amazing Examples of Cool and Creative Resumes/CV

28 Amazing Examples of Cool and Creative Resumes/CV
We all know how important a resume or CV is one when applying for a job. It’s the first thing an employer will judge you on before you even get an interview. Yes you may have all the right qualifications and skills but what if the job is all about being creative, or has an element of design in it. The best way to show off your resume is to taylor it to the job you’re applying for. Here are some amazing examples of some cool and creative resumes which would easily be great for a job in the creative and design industry. I did do a post before on creative resumes but that post is nearly a year old so it’s worth seeing a refresh – 17 Amazing Examples Of CV/Resume Design & Creativity Update (01/10/2012): Some of the examples were deleted from their original source. Update: (04/09/2013): Check out our updated post – 20 Cool Resume & CV Designs Author: Oliur Rahman All posts by Oliur Rahman

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8 Simple CMS Alternatives To Power Your Website For individuals who are looking to build a simple website WordPress is often the first solution they come across. In some instances a publishing tool such as WordPress may be overly complex for their needs. Many creative individuals such as photographers, graphic designers and writers want a simple website CMS that allows them to easily showcase their work and build their website without needing to get stuck in with excessive coding and theming. Why This Is An Excellent Resume Recruiters spend an average of six seconds reviewing a resume before they make the initial decision on candidates, according to research conducted by TheLadders, an online job-matching service for professionals. That means you have to win them over fast. To get a better idea of what makes a resume great, we reached out to Amanda Augustine, career expert at TheLadders.

Best Job Interview Questions Faced with one pointed question after the next regarding your career, a job interview can quickly take on the feel of an interrogation. But employers aren't the only ones who get to poke and pry during the sit-down. At some point, job candidates can make inquiries that flesh out everything from expectations to why their prospective boss enjoys working for the company. By asking thought-provoking questions, you can not only collect valuable information but also distinguish yourself from the pack. "It means that you're thoughtful about the process and that you're very interested in the position because you took the time to think of questions that would be substantive," says Cheryl Palmer, a career coach and founder of the career coaching firm Call to Career.

businessinsider By Alison Green Few parts of the job searching process cause job seekers more anxiety than discussions about salary: How much money should you ask for? Why won't the employer name a number first? And worst of all: Will the employer want to tie your salary offer to what you've earned in the past, even if your past salary was low for your field? uk.businessinsider Wise Bread Picks So, you just got a new job offer? Congratulations! But before you accept it, here are some hidden costs you might not have considered. (See also: 7 Money Moves to Make When You Get a New Job) 1. businessinsider Whether you’re a two person startup still operating in your garage or a 500-person corporation, one thing should remain consistent: your focus on hiring superstars. When my co-founder Eddie Machaalani and I started our commerce platform company, we made a pact to personally interview the first 100 people we hired. It was hard, but we stuck to it and spoke to every person who joined our team during that two-year period. Through that process, we created a foundation of amazing talent and set the bar high for new employees and hiring managers who still adhere to our most important rule about recruitment: never hire someone who is “good enough;” always wait for the best.

uk.businessinsider In an interview, your primary goal is to get across to the hiring manager why you—above all the other candidates—are the right person for the job. That you have the right set of skills, a great personality, and the drive to really make things happen in your new role. But as you’re preparing answers to interview questions that’ll let you do all of those things, it’s equally important to know what the hiring manager will consider a red flag. After all, a wrong move or two, and it won’t matter how great your sales numbers at your last job were.