By On Oct 12, 2018 Microsoft Templates
There are a lot of beautiful resume templates out there, but it can be easy to feel like a lot of the best cost a ridiculous amount of money, require special design programs to be able to edit, or both. So, if you have a limited budget and resources, you’ll still probably find yourself wrestling with Microsoft Word trying to get indent lines to match up, pick the right fonts and colors, and generally make a sleek-looking resume.
Using a template can help you ensure that you include all the necessary details in your letter. It can also help you format your letter. However, keep in mind that a template is simply meant to be a guide, and you will need to edit the letter to customize and personalize it.
No matter what industry you work in (or your experience level in that industry), a plain, black-and-white resume written in Times New Roman font can actually weaken a job application. But just because resumes have gotten more creative doesn’t mean you need special design software to make your application stand out. On the contrary, writing your resume in good old Microsoft Word is still the perfect way to develop your personal brand, while also communicating your experience and career goals.
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