One Page Resume in Just $6

Hope you’re all doing great, and having fun with your work. In the middle of all your projects, sometimes you might not find time to update your resumes and feel like you can’t decide on a good way to present it. Well, today, we’re presenting you with our new one page resume that you can get in just $6 and let it take care of all your curriculum vitae needs in one neat design.

One Page Resume

What’s great about this one page resume template is that it can present all your skills sets and strengths in identifiable and quantifiable way so it makes it easier for employers to gauge your background and what you’re good at. It’s simple and flat design in line with current trends of web design as well, so it makes it pleasing to look at. It has neatly stacked grids and tables that can present all your information in a neat and concise way that people will find really easy to navigate through. The best about this one page resume template is that you won’t need multiple pages and stacks of information making it difficult for people to get to know you, all of it will be in just one page! Enjoy!

One Page Resume Template

One Page Resume Template

One Page Resume Template

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– Clean and professional layout
– Flexible and easy to customize for any job
– 3 Different Layouts
– Print ready CMYK 300 DPI

Fonts: Helvetica Neue

Buy Now in Just $6

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1 Response

  1. Tomas Dostal says:

    I wouldn’t recommend anyone to buy this item… First of all, all the text is in Helvetica which isn’t available on PC (Just in case people missed it at the bottom of the article). Second, What you get are 3 versions of this CV (basically the same just sections moved around) in formats: AI, EPS and PDF. I dont see the point of having CV in PDF… AI and ESP are PAINFUL to edit.. There ISN’T a PSD file for easy edit. Since I am on Ubuntu and using Adobe suit on virtual machine, exporting AI to PSD ends up with error because of not enough memory (first time I saw the error…) Totally wasted $6…