Everyone knows the importance of a good, functional and informative resume or CV, and that is not under discussion in this article.
Here we are taking a look at creative and very individual resumes, mainly designed to be viewed on the internet by prospective employers/clients.
The individuals we are showcasing here have stamped their style on their resume – which is obviously part of the ‘sales pitch’.
However, this can be a little restricting for the job-seeker, as they can really only portray one style in a resume although they may be comfortable working in many and varied styles – they are projecting themselves into a niche, thereby placing themselves into a style category.
If the prospective employer/client does not require that particular style of design, they will most likely not follow up on the prospective employee/freelancer.
Creatively Stunning and Eye-Catching Resumes
The following showcase of resumes are outstanding works of art and/or design, and tell us something about the job-seeker at a glance.
R B Anderson
Jonathan Wakuda Fischer
Ong Xi Ru
Allen Daryl C. Zamora
Javier Gutierrez Valdez
Colorist For Hire
Paola Lhen A. Martinez
Liagi Ann Jezreel B. Ramilo
Jestoni G. Celadena
William John Wall
Gloria Edith Escalera Manzano
Lou Hansel Escarcha Gonzales
So if you were looking to hire someone, which type of resume from the above list would catch your eye? Is there one in particular that stands out for you as a person who would fit beautifully into your company, or who would deliver exactly the designs you want?
Do you have a creative resume on your portfolio? Please share with us in the comments section below.