20 Most Useful Websites For Resume Building

20 Most Useful Websites For Resume Building

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Whether you are unemployed or looking for a second job, conducting a job search depends on a lot of critical factors. It requires skill, time, determination, effort, but also a bit of creativity to help you land that job that you always dreamed about. Because even if you’re the right person for the job in your niche, all your efforts might ultimately be futile if your resume didn’t quite speak for itself. Unfortunately, many people simply overlook the importance of resume building, not knowing the fact that an average HR recruiter might receive hundreds of resumes a day, so naturally they aren’t likely to spend more time on theirs unless it really stands out from the lot.

But thankfully, and that’s exactly why we’re here, when there are so many nice tools available online for free, creating a good resume shouldn’t be so hard.

Let us present you our handpicked list of 20 best websites for resume building that will help any job seeker turn their average looking resume into a professional looking one. The list also contains online tools that can help career enthusiasts connect with potential employers by creating online portfolios, resumes, profiles and CVs.

It should be noted that this list isn’t in any particular order and nor does it represent any ranking about the resume building websites.

So without any further delay, lets get down to the business.

1. SlashCV


2. Resumonk


3. ResumUP


4. CV Maker


5. Vizualize.me


6. Resumesimo


7. Répresent


8. Razume


9. Enthuse.me


10. VisualCV


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  • Gary Berger

    HipCV is another site for resumes which is completely Free. And the best feature is tracking visits to the resume when you share it on social media or send it through email.
    It also has many professional/elegant looking themes.

  • Austin Burris

    Dont Use Resumonk. Their notion of “free” is for you to waste a good hour of your time typing up the resume only to find out they limit you to only downloading it as a pdf. If you download the pdf an annoying banner is stuck on your resume that says “created using Resumonk, an online resume builder. Which is surely something that would give the possible interviewer the idea your too lazy or stupid to make your own resume from scratch. The only way to remove the banner or download the resume as a doc file is to…. of course PAY them.

    • Bee

      Thanx 4 saving some else time!

  • Tomáš Ondrejka

    If you like minimalism and clear design use kickresume. It is easy to use and free :)

  • R Tseng

    I used crystalresume for my last job. I’m sort of lazy and really bad in drag and drop or any sort of design stuffs, but I was able to build a high end resume on my own. Should give it a try.

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