Resume templates are linked below. You may download one or more
for free and modify for personal use to land a job, courtesy of
These free resume templates are in chronological, functional,
combination and technical resume formats. Each is in two styles,
as described below. All resume templates are scannable,
if you don't change them in ways that would make them difficult
for an optical scanner to read.
Chronological and combination resumes are the most desirable among
employers. The most desirable technical resume for employers is
a combination resume with a summary of technical skills or qualifications
near the top, or both. The technical resume templates below have
It's impossible to create resume templates that fit each and every
job applicant's needs. Subsequently, these resume templates are
essentially basic guides that are not set in concrete. You may
modify one to suit your needs; for example, you may edit, add or
delete sections, or copy sections from one and paste them into
another. Just be sure to stick to the format you chose.
See Resume Formats in
the Resume and Letter Center for
helpful information about the similarities and differences among
resume formats. It includes professionally-written samples from
certified, professional resume writers for each format. It's a
good idea to refer to the samples to help you modify the resume
template you chose, while sticking to the format.
The Resume and Letter Center also
includes helpful information about designing your resume and cover
letter, along with dozens of samples and examples from certified,
professional resume writers.
Resume Templates Style 1
Resume templates in this style are formatted with the section
headings aligned in a column down the left side of the page.
Resume Templates Style 2
Resume templates in this style are about the same as those above,
but are formatted with the headings aligned left, just above the