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The Best Visual Resume Templates 2017

July 7, 2015

The year is 2017 and we have all come a long way from black & white television so why leave our resumes behind in the Victorian Era? Corporates are investing in people, not just a bunch of paper experience. Infographic Resumes are big this year. The key is to keep it clean and professional.

 

Here is a list of the best resume templates of 2017

 

1. OFFICE BLUES

This resume is clean with conservative colors. Throw in a simple timeline and a column dedicated to Awards and you have recruiters eating out of your hand.
via http://designspiration.net/

2. YELLOW

Another clean resume template which can be easily replicated in Microsoft Word. Beautiful use of columns to highlight important information. The tad bit of yellow perfectly compliments the entire design.
via https://www.etsy.com/

 

 

3. FLORAL GLORY

Sometimes all it takes is a simple border and bold formatting to make all the difference. Now how refreshing is it for a recruiter to receive this among all the other dreary resumes?
via http://originalresumedesign.com/

 

 

4. CREATIVE FLAUNT

This one is a bit more on the creative side. Fun but conservative colors add character. All in all a big thumbs up. 

 

 

5. BRAND ME

This resume template is a great way to brand yourself. Sticking to conservative blue and grey color accents,you can even add a logo of yourself. Remember, corporates are investing in people and what better way to market yourself?
via http://www.professionalresumeformat.net/

 

 

6. CREATIVE HAUNT

Another one more on the creative side. This one is great if you have an education background and swell skills to show off. Stick them right up there to get more attention. 
via http://www.resumewritingservice.biz/

 

 

7. VISUAL TREAT
Banners are another great way to highlight important information in your resume. Also notice the great use of numbers in the lower banner and the sassy way of offering contact details? That's the kind of stuff that gets you noticed.
via http://visual.ly/