Mono Resume, The perfect way to make the best impression, single page and clean info-graphic resume, very easy to use and customize, extensive help file included. Complete Resume/CV template including 2-page Resume and Cover Letter in addition to an awesome FREE business card and phone wallpaper to help you get an impressive branding.
o 2-Page Resume: Cover Letter and Resume/CV pages are released in 4 colors, each file is in 3 formats PSD, EPS & AI.
o FREE Business Card: Nice and clean style business card that matches your CV style to leave a good and professional impression, you get it in 3 file formats PSD, EPS & AI, CMYK and bleeds, print ready.
o FREE Mobile Phone Wallpaper: High resolution mobile phone wallpaper, retina ready for the HD phone screens, you get it in 3 file formats PSD, EPS & AI, RGB color mode.
o 4 Different Color Modes: We have created Mono Resume in 2 color modes to make sure that it will fit all purposes and you still have the ability to customize it to an infinite color options.
======================================== TIPS FOR CREATING THE BEST POSSIBLE RESUME
Resume should be a marketing document that entices a reader to want to meet the candidate. Resume should tell a compelling story that invites further inquiry. Here are some tips on how to put together the best resume possible.
1. Write a 40- to 50-word summary that includes three reasons someone should hire you: The summary should vividly describe your personal brand, including three compelling reasons an employer would want you.
2. Break up text with bullet points detailing your accomplishments: If you’ve worked for the same company for a long time, it’s best to describe your work as a list of four to six achievements.
3. Include all awards and accolades: Even if you won that citation 10 years ago and you worry the employer may never have heard of the award, everyone understands what a prize means. Do list any awards you’ve won.
=================================== The Reasons Your Resume isn’t Getting Calls
You’ve tailored your resume, written unique cover letters, sent your follow-up emails. So why haven’t you heard anything back?
1. You’re Not Using Keywords
Sure, you followed all the online directions, submitting Word docs of your resume and cover letter, dutifully filling out your contact info. But here’s the thing—no one may have actually looked at your resume.
When you submit your resume and cover letter in Word format via online submission channels, it’s usually so recruiters or hiring managers can scan your application for keywords that fit the position they’re hiring for. So make sure you’re really examining the position description, and incorporate keywords from it into your resume and cover letter.
2. Disparities Between Your Resume and Your Social Presence
Maybe you’re great about keeping your resume up-to-date, since that’s what you’re constantly finessing in order to apply for different jobs. But don’t neglect your online persona. If a recruiter or hiring manager finds your resume interesting, the first place they will head after that is your LinkedIn profile.
Is your profile picture professional and recent? Is all of your job information relevant? Are you listing all the projects and achievements that have already found their way to your resume? Take a few minutes to make sure the information on your resume and any other professional online profiles you have match.
3. You’re Just Not Qualified
These days, the job market is extremely competitive. More than likely, if you apply for a position that for which you don’t meet the specific qualifications, you’re not going to hear back. There is likely someone else for whom that job is a perfect fit—just like there will eventually be the perfect fit for you. Hiring managers want to hire the talent they need when they need it; unless it’s an entry-level position, they probably don’t want to put someone in the position that is going to need to time to level up.
4. You’re Not Applying to Enough Positions
It sounds awful, but there are so many things out there that you’re not likely to find the perfect fit on the first go-around. Apply, apply, apply. Set aside time each day to sit down and search for new positions, tailor your resume and cover letter to that job, and then move through the application process.
Make sure you really take the time to do this. You may be making minor errors on applications without even realizing it, and those minor errors will knock you out of the running almost more than anything else.