Free Resume Templates
Functional, simple, free resume templates that can be edited with your favorite software including Word, Publisher, Corel Draw and InDesign. All templates can be printed on inkjet and laser printers using standard letter size (8 1/2″ x 11″) paper.
Print Your Resumes At Home
Save time and money and eliminate the need for commercial printers and the high costs involved. Why not use the equipment you already have? Our resume templates can be printed on inkjet and laser printers. No printer? No problem. Save your file and take it to the local copy shop.
Standard File Formats
Use familiar and popular software that you already have to create your resumes at home. Templates are available in Corel Draw, InDesign, Publisher and Word formats.
Several Resume Samples to Choose From
11 resume styles that are easy to edit with Word, Corel Draw, Indesign or Publisher. One and two page resumes with clean layouts sure to get you noticed in your job search. All resume templates are formatted for standard 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper.
Free Resume Template Collection
Resumes are an Indispensible Tool for Your Job Search
So you’re looking for a new job! Regardless if you have been laid off, a first time job hunter or simply looking for a better, higher paying career, the first thing you need to do is create or update your resume.
An exceptional resume will help immensely in your job hunt. It can make you look more professional and convey your skills as well as giving the hiring manager a good first impression of the job seeker.
Before the internet, those looking for jobs had to either deliver their resume directly to companies they were interested in or send by mail. With the internet, job seekers can now simply post their resume online and instantly be seen by companies all over the world.
With today’s software, resumes can now be personalized for each job application. If your resume is interesting and appealing to a hiring manager, you will at least be given the opportunity for an interview, and that will get your foot through the proverbial door, which is a huge hurdle for many job seekers.
There are numerous resources available online to help with resume creation. You will find sites that will allow you to create your resume online, some will post the finished resume to job sites, others will write the resume for you for a fee and sites like this one that offers free resume templates to help you create your own.
There are variable fees depending on the route you choose, ranging from free or nearly free to hundreds of dollars. If you are looking a low cost solution, I invite you to download and use our free templates. They are completely free and the only cost involved is your time and the cost of paper and ink used to print them out.
Get Your Dream Job! Create A Resume That Makes Potential Employers Excited To Work With You With Our Free Resume Training Course!
Finding a job 2018 can be frustrating and hard. Here are a few statistics you probably didn’t know about.
- In The 1970’s – over 1 BILLION resumes were submitted
- Present – large corporations screen 50,000 resumes PER YEAR
- Interviews cost time & money so very few are given out
Big corporations cannot interview even 2% of the applicants that they receive. Having a good resume will make sure that you are one of the select few to get a callback, so you can get the coveted interview that will help you land a job you need. A good resume enhances your image and your chance of landing a great job. Who does your resume reach? >>Hiring mangers >>Recruiters >>The Trash Man There are on average 1,100 resumes submitted per position these days. With so many applications, over 900 of them are placed right into the round file and become the property of your local trash man. Do you know how to make sure you are one of the 2% of the resumes that count and even have a shot at an interview? Now that you understand how fierce the competition is in looking for new work, I want you to start thinking about what you can do to make your resume better. There are 10 times the number of people looking for jobs today than there were 10 years ago, and getting an interview is downright hard. Let me show you how you can have an almost unfair advantage in today’s job marketplace. I’m going to teach you more about finding a new job than you ever thought mattered. You going to learn how a prospective employer looks at you and treats your application, which will give you a serious advantage in your hunt for a new job.
What’s In the Free Resume Training Course?
- The New Job Market
- Resumes Are a Teaching Tool
- Resumes Must Meet the Need
- Resumes Must Be Truthful
- Who Is Your Student?
- Resume Research
- Where Does Your Resume Go?
- 10-Second Scan
- 30-Second Scan
- Hidden Agenda
- You’re a Teacher
- You’re Not Going to Lie
- You Have Only a Few Seconds to Make Your Impact
- Are You Ready to Write?
- Contact Info