Having a sample resume to draw on is an effective way to approach your resume design. This post is a compilation of websites that can help you get your resume going. In no particular order, the sites have been listed as follows:
1. Susan Ireland’s resume site contains different varieties of resumes grouped by occupation, resume format (Chronological, functional and combination) and according to the problem solved (unemployment, no degree and the like).
2. The Free resume samples website contains sample resumes by profession that you can browse through.
3. Live Career contains templates of resumes that you can customise to suit your needs. Live Career also comes with a resume builder that you can try for free.
4. Great Resumes Fast contains quality resume samples categorised into professional, executive and entry level. You can also view different resume samples by profession.
5. Microsoft Office Site has a host of resume samples you can download and customise to suit your needs.
6. Monster contains resume samples organized by industry and by job type.
7. About contains an alphabetical listing of resumes by profession.
8. Resume Genius contains resume samples sorted by industry.
9. Resume Help contains a host of resumes split by industry.
10. Quintessential Career contains a number of sample resumes you can customize
11. Cornell University Career Services also hosts a collection of resume samples that you can use to build yours from scratch.
12. Career One Stop also contains resume samples that can help you build the perfect resume.
Do you know of any other websites with free resume samples that we can add to this list?
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