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No matter what job you’re applying for, you’re going to need a good looking resume / CV, on screen or printed, to grab attention. In that case you’ll want to look at CV Maker from, a web app that’s also available as a Chrome extension, as it creates free, professional looking CVs which you can save and print. You still have to put a lot of thought into what to write but be sure that whatever it is it will look great.

You can install the extension from Chrome or go to the website and create resumes, but you have to create a free account on the website, and you can do this by logging in with your Facebook account or create a new account by clicking Register and providing an email address.

Once you’ve got the app you can use it to create several resumes and save these as templates, handy when you’re applying for different jobs. There’s also an option to have your resume hosted publicly so companies can see it, another convenient feature.

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You can create a CV from scratch, but it’s better and quicker to use one of the templates available. These templates aren’t flashy, but that’s a good thing because companies today look for straightforward CVs that provide the information they’re looking for. When it comes to CVs, the rule is simple: create a resume that will catch the eye but isn’t too flashy, and that’s what you get here.

The templates are similar to what you’d find with your word processor in terms of use: choose the template you want, fill in the blanks and save it. You can then edit the file later or print it. CV Maker is simple, but it’s effective.

Related Links:
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