How to πŸ“ Create a Visually Impressive Resume πŸ“„ for Girls Looking to Wow πŸ˜€ a Prospective Job ...


You’ll read lots of tips about your resume’s content, but I thought we should also look at how to make the most of your resume’s visual appeal.

Remember, HR people and hirers might see hundreds of resumes for every job so if yours is eye-catching, you at least stand a good chance of it being read.

Here’s how to make a visually impressive resume.2

1. Make It Easier to Read with White Space

Learn a little bit about white space because it will serve you well for other digital and physical creations you make.2

It is also known as negative space, and it relates to how much the eye doesn’t have to look at.

Notice how these articles are not cramped and how they are easy to read.

It is because there is a lot of white space within these articles and you should ensure there is white space in your resume.

2. Use a Template You Find Online

Why do all the work when you can find a template online and paste your information onto it?

Online templates are good because you didn’t create them, which means you are not emotionally attached to them, which further means you can spot their flaws.

You can spend a lot of time looking at hundreds of templates before picking the one for you.

3. Only Include a Picture of Yourself

This idea may seem abhorrent to some people, but the fact is that adding a photograph of yourself can save you a lot of time and effort if you happen to be reasonably good looking.

If you are not so photogenic, then let them interview you first and win them over with your personality.

Otherwise, include a photo of yourself and let them see what you look like.

People think they can judge a person by looks, so let them judge you.

Do not include pictures of other things unless they are pictures of you getting awards or with famous/influential people.

Do Not Pick a Fancy Font
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