Whether you’re looking to prepare a resume from scratch or improve on your existing document, here are four great tools to make the process easier.
ResumUp makes it possible to use the information from your LinkedIn and Facebook profiles, to create an infographic. This will consist of your achievements, skills, your key values, and work history.
The tool also has a feature to include a bit about your personality type.
You are then able to share the information and graphics with potential employers by downloading it in PNG or PDF form.
Creddle is a free site that can be used to create your resume.
A document is created from your personal information that is either synced from your LinkedIn profile or entered manually.
They offer 9 different templates which provide a choice of header, lets you add color, and change the order of your resume sections at will.
Once complete, it can be downloaded as a PDF or DOCX file, embedded on your personal website, or printed.
Creddle may also be used to create a cover letter to support your resume.
By using Vizualize.me, you are able to use the data within your LinkedIn profile to create a unique visualization displaying your personal achievements.
You are given a selection of 6 different style themes and several color schemes and fonts to create your resume. You can highlight years of experience and other numbers by using the “My Stats” section.
Vizualize.me is free and can be shared as a link, or downloaded in PDF or PNG form.
Similar to the other sites, VisualCV is a service that builds your resume through the data contained in your LinkedIn profile.
You then select a design, add presentations or other multimedia, such as embedded videos or images, and the tool allows you to publish to a public URL, export a PDF, or share via a link.