Creative Resume Designs (24 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       9 Sep 2010       26856       10

Everybody has to write at least one resume in his life. But not everyone is eager to search for a new job or promote himself in a creative way. These resume designs are truly interesting and ingenious.

 



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wahwah 9 year s ago
@ resume/CV no 1. Anyone getting low grades such as that in the dossiest possible subjects only deserves to work in a Mcjob. Yes, I am a bastard but with the amount of graduates being churned out in the UK, we can only afford to take on the brightest.
       
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Sven 9 year s ago
All of these are terrible; too much clutter. I would guess that 90% of these would get thrown out upon first glance for the visual clusterf*** that they are. The rest would be discarded shortly after acertaining they contain little to no information relating to professional expertise.
       
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Graphic 9 year s ago
Considering that these are all art/graphic related resumes they do their job considerably well. I think you're missing the point here, Sven. Creative resumes catch the eyes of companies/clients looking for an artist to do work for them. However, a lot are too cluttered, you are right.
       
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paso 9 year s ago
Looks really cool
       
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hipporox 9 year s ago
i would hate to read these as a hirer, headaches!!
       
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John 9 year s ago
These look like an art project for a class at some design school, not a serious CV.

I read hundreds of resumes a week. These get passed around the office and talked about, but are seldom taken seriously. In fact, many with photos/headshots such as these are discouraged in order to avoid any appearance of pre-selection bias for race, age, etc.

In the end, it's all about how clearly you communicate your experience and skills match with the needs of the position being hired. Creative colors, fonts and paper don't add much, and can detract as immature, unprofessional or "too cutesy".

Unless you're applying to an art school or comic book publisher, of course...
       
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severe_009 9 year s ago
I agree with graphic
       
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Juanpa 9 year s ago
tl:dr
       
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syed2011 9 year s ago
What do you say about these creative but non creative look .http://www.resumeformat.org/Resume/creative-resume
http://www.resumeformat.org/Resume/creative-resume
       
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random-97 8 year s ago
fuckin epic
       
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