You’ll notice that these templates provide you with graphic design elements and layout only.
This is intentional, as copying another person’s achievements, job descriptions and profiles is a sure-fire recipe for creating a resume that gets ignored by recruiters.
A cookie-cutter resume isn’t going to get you very far.
Instead of plagiarising a resume template, I strongly urge you to use one of the templates above as a starting point for writing your own resume.
Yes, from scratch.
Let me start with the bad news.
Even if you’re a skilled writer, putting together a stellar resume/CV is a whole different animal to writing a blog, email, poem, short story or content for your LinkedIn profile. It will take time and focus.
Don’t assume it will be a snap because you like to write.
Here’s the good news. My team has created scads of helpful, insightful guides designed to help you write your own resume like a champ: