The visual design of your resume should always match the position you’re applying for. Unless the position is inviting of creativity or design, a simple, yet professional layout, is the best way to begin. Thus, you want the employer to read your resume with ease and clarity.
Here are some websites and programs that could help with crafting your resume!
1. Super Resume
This is a great source for your first crack at resume building! Templates are simple and easy to navigate for both you and the employer.
Here, you'll find many professional and clear templates to choose from. There are ample free options to choose from but you can also explore other templates with a subscription and or account.
Canva gives you access to many creative and elaborate designs for free! And if you want to access more elaborate designs, there's only a small fee. These templates may be most appealing to graphic design positions or jobs with a creative edge.
4. Microsoft Office
Microsoft Word is an another excellent source and one almost everyone has access to! Your resume can be inspired from another site or through research and crafted on a Word document, it’s a piece of cake!
And if you still are lost, you can always come see us here at the Career Center and we can give you some pointers ;)