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Before We Begin

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Not too long ago, I wrote about why Millennials need to throw their archaic application methods out the window. So today, I’m taking you on a Resume journey (with lots of cool tools to simplify the process). Note: it doesn’t matter if you’re a Millennial or not - this is for anyone who wants to bring their resume up to speed. I've just noticed that Gen Y and Gen Z need to pick it up a notch - especially in Europe.

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Yes, this will actually be thoughtful work. But the rewards can be amazing, and I’ll also show you plenty of tools that can simplify the process. Welcome to the 2017 Resume Series for Millennials, where we’ll cover the following topics:

  1. How to Revamp Your Resume Today
  2. What Should Be in Your Resume
  3. Three Tools to Fine-tune Your Resume

Without further ado, let’s get you started with our first topic:

How to Revamp Your Resume Today

Why is your resume important? Because it is first and foremost a powerful tool to market yourself to employers. The first thing a recruiter notices is how your resume feels. If it looks messy, boring, irrelevant or unclear, most recruiters won’t even bother reading about all the great things you’ve achieved. On average, you have less than 10 seconds to make an impression. So make it a good one!

Most millennials were never taught how to create a great resume, they were just served the same guidelines that were put in place some 10 or 15 years ago. It’s true. Every so often, I come across a resume that shocks me - from chronological storytelling starting with elementary school graduation to four pages of resume.

So, you think you’ve got this figured out? Let’s double-check just to be sure.

It Takes Two


1. Length

I’ll just go out and say it: most mortals should not have a resume that exceeds two pages.

Of course, there’s always a few exceptions:

  • One page: You just finished school and you do not have any work experience whatsoever. Nothing really warrants your school and hobbies taking more than one page.
  • Over two pages: You work in a field where your portfolio plays a central role. For instance, it is common for academia to have resumes longer than two or three pages because they attach a list of their publications. Designers or creatives may also include an excerpt of their portfolio.

Quick tips:

  • University graduate/first job: one page is sufficient.
  • Entry-level/mid-career: one to two pages
  • Advanced career professional: two, or depending on your field more pages

In a nutshell: if you are not going for tenure, designing things, or plan to be the next Steve Jobs, stick to 1-2 pages.


2. Structure

I recently saw a resume that listed education above work experience, and another one where everything was in true chronological order. So perhaps I’ll mention this as a reminder:

When you have relevant work experience, this needs to be listed as the first item below your contact information/value statement. Why an emphasis on relevant? If you are applying for an entry-level consulting position, make sure that summer job working on a cruise ship is listed lower on your resume (or not at all).

And finally, everything on your CV should be listed in reverse chronological order, i.e. start with the most recent item and walk the reader backward through your story.


Quick tips:

  • All in reverse chronological order!
  • Top: personal information, headshot, profile/value statement
  • Then: Work experience
  • Then: Education
  • Then: Projects, Awards
  • Then: Competences, followed by hobbies if desired


3. Design

Generally speaking, you should choose a design that fits your position or industry. For example, lawyers shouldn’t go for an ultra-stylish design. On the other hand, creatives should use their resume as another project in their portfolio: I’ve seen successful designer CVs that were comic strips, 2D video games, or even printed on a deck of 52 cards.

But back to you: most professionals will want to keep their resume simple and easy on the eye.

Quick tips:

  • Font: I suggest using a clean, simple font - think Arial, Helvetica, Garamond, Gill Sans, Calibri, Cambria, Avenir. Your font size should be 10-12pt.
  • No-no: I do not recommend using Times New Roman, Comic Sans, Courier, Impact.
  • Headings: use them in small doses to specify resume categories (work experience, education)
  • Additional formatting: use bold, capitals or larger fonts to differentiate job title, company, dates, university, etc.
  • Colors: Stick to black font color. If you insist on using more than one color, choose one (and only one!) additional hue to add some jazz to your resume. Use with caution.
  • Scroll down to the end of the article to find a tool that works for you and say goodbye to formatting headaches.


4. Photo

A resume headshot is something that sets Europeans apart from Americans. But since both should always feature a picture on their professional social media profiles, we can safely say that you should have at least one slick headshot. This will require a little bit of effort too.

Let’s start somewhere obvious: choose appropriate clothing. Personally, I have never taken a headshot wearing a suit, but I don’t work on Wall Street. So consider this before heading off to the photo studio:

  • what is your target industry?
  • What companies are you looking to apply at?
  • What do people that have your desired job look like?
  • And is this outfit 'you'?

LinkedIn is a great place to conduct this kind of research.

Take all these things into consideration, then pick your wardrobe. Do you have a professional photographer friend? You lucky dog, you’ll feel right at ease taking your new headshot. Have that friend relax you with jokes or fun topics to trigger friendly, positive expressions.

If you’re heading to the studio to get your new headshot, make sure you tell the photographer what you’re looking for. You can bring along photos of the look you want, or let him know the impression you’d like to make on the picture.

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Not sure what I mean? Again, browse LinkedIn a little. You’ll see prime examples of good, mediocre, and seriously suboptimal headshots.

Quick tips:

  • Everyone should have a high-quality headshot on professional platforms
  • Europeans should feature a photo on their resume
  • Carefully pick out your wardrobe
  • Go for a friendly, approachable impression


5. Free Tools For All!

You're just one click away from the perfect resume. Many tools seem to be tailored to the American market, but lots of them will also work for Europeans. There are literally thousands of CV templates out there. So take a break, go get that coffee and browse a little.

Google Docs

Yes, I’m actually telling you to forego Word and go straight into your Drive account. If you don’t already know it, #Google has its own Word app which lets you create anything you would normally use Word for.

Perks:

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  • Your work saves constantly and automatically
  • Work from anywhere (saves on Google drive)
  • Resume templates
  • Share your resume with others (i.e. with a proofreader?)
  • Download as Word or directly as PDF (no need to convert later on)
  • Free! Give it a try here

If you don’t have an account, sign up for Gmail and start using Google Docs today.


CV Maker

This awesome tool lets you create a resume in minutes. Choose from a variety of professional templates, fill in your info, and either store online or download.

Perks:

  • No registration required
  • Several polished templates
  • Available in over 30 languages
  • Download as PDF, TXT or HTML
  • Registering lets you save to edit later, or store multiple resumes online
  • Free! Give it a try here


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This easy-to-use resume maker also lets you create cover letters. Right now, this tool only features Letter size and doesn’t let you save your work. But developer Mitch Samuels said he’s working on including other page sizes (A4 for starters) and additional features.

Perks:

  • No registration required
  • 4 Themes to choose from
  • Download as PDF
  • Easy to use
  • Cover letter creator included
  • Free! Give it a try here


Word templates

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Still prefer working with Word? That’s cool too. If you sometimes struggle with indents, columns or any type of formatting, then it’s time to turn to Word templates. There are tons of templates out there, but the best ones are often pricey. Hloom searched and compiled a list of 200+ resume templates for Microsoft word - all free!

Perks:

  • Wide range of templates: basic, modern, ATS optimized, tabular, etc.
  • Also features resume samples
  • German templates available too!
  • Free! Give it a try here


LinkedIn

LinkedIn used to have a resume builder function which seems to have been dropped. Too bad. You can still export your LinkedIn profile as a PDF by going to your profile -> view profile as -> save as PDF.

But I don’t recommend using this as your resume since it’s not tailored to any job description. Download it for your records or if you need a listing of your professional experiences in a hurry.

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The takeaway

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If you haven’t been getting a lot of feedback from your applications, try giving your resume a facelift. It's time to leave the world of archaic resumes behind you and give your resume a fair shot at being noticed. Remember:

  • Length: up to 2 pages
  • Structure: reverse chronological order, work experience first
  • Design: clean & simple
  • Photo: professional headshot, positive expression

Give yourself a break from all the seriousness and go play with a resume tool. We'll get down to the nitty-gritty in the next round.

Readers, how do you make sure your resume looks great?

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Christine is a Communication Strategist, Gen Y and TCK. Being rootless gives her a sense of freedom, but if asked she'll either say she's French, German or American. A notoriously curious person, she likes to question things and write about them. Hopeless optimist, hustler with a sunny disposition, and klutz at times - she's eager to hear your story.

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