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Quick rules to create a killer Infographic resume!

Author: Bonny Jones
by Bonny Jones
Posted: Jun 21, 2017
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In today’s competitive job market, it is really hard to land a job than ever before especially when hundreds of people are applying for the same position. For an applicant, first few seconds of his interview is crucial where an employer decides to proceed with us by looking at your resume. Hence it is essential to get rid of those old boring resume and come up with the latest infographic resume to get a hold on your dream job.

Yes, you heard it right it’s the trend of infographic resume. People love graphics and the magic of infographics can make your resume more engaging and can help you get noticed. It’s a great way to make you stand out from the crowd. So prepare one for yourself as well but before that keep these points in mind:

Make it easy to understand!

Do you know what the basic resume flow is? Well. your resume should include-

    • Your name and contact information
    • your skills
    • Your work history
    • Education
    • And other interesting information.

With infographic resume, this flow can be a little altered but it should include all of them. Afterall they all are available to help recruiter know about you. So instead of explaining them with poor text make use of simple graphics which are easy to understand and attractive. Don’t overwhelm a recruiter with the excessive use of fancy graphics.

Create a storyline!

A timeline based resume is the best example of an infographic resume. So involve a story in your resume that best describes you both as a person and a professional one. Narrate it in a way that positions you as an ideal candidate for that job profile.

Choose the right colors!

Bright and bold colors are not for resume. Always go for a light colored background and bold fonts which are easily visible to everyone. Don’t go crazy with a whole bunch of colors which detract and annoy recruiters. From my point of view you should stick with black, white or may be some grey and a combination of a color or two to market yourself gracefully in front of a recruiter.

Keep it simple!

And lastly, the most important thing is to make it simple. You really don’t need to go off the board to make it extra creative. An infographic resume requires maximum two colors, big numbers, headings and that’s it.

So this is an overview of how an infographic resume should look like. Keep these points in mind while creating one and go ahead on your way to your dream job.

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Hi, I am a huge lover of technology, especially when it relates with marketing.

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Author: Bonny Jones

Bonny Jones

Australia

Member since: Jan 24, 2017
Published articles: 28

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