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I decided to change my job last month from a software development agency to an in-house team, and in almost 2 weeks I tried and tried so many web app to create my resume. And this is a review for you. Share your experience here if you want.
1. Canva.com Upsides:
- They offer you many types of templates (direct, infographic, or clean and simple, etc.) to start with.
- You can download it in PDF and PNG files.
- It’s mostly free (there will be a watermark on your CV if you use not-free resources).
- Some of the templates are not practical due to too much color, elements for a professional resume.
- The web is kinda slow and difficult to navigate.
2. cvmarvel.com Upsides:
- The web is fast.
- Its template is clean, simple and professional.
- Easy to use.
- Focus on content.
- They have just designed only 1 template.
- Lack of choices in design.
3. connectcv.com Upsides:
- A good platform to manage your career history.
- Offer many sessions to add in the CV.
- Give us a lot of tips to write a good CV.
- There is a watermark.
- You cannot design or customize your CV.
4. resumegenius.com Upsides:
- There are several forms of CV to choose from.
- They have a questionnaire to collect your information, and tips to help you write a good resume.
- Automatically generate content based on your answers.
- It is not automatically saved.
- You don’t need an account to create a CV but they won’t allow you to download it without an account.
- CV templates are not really various.
- Support many types of languages.
- Their template is simple and professional.
- It can be saved as a PDF file.
- Some sessions/features need a premium account to be able to use.
- You cannot customize it.