Sample Resume Templates
The purpose of a resume is to win an interview with a prospective employer. A effective resume should convince an employer that you are qualified for the position and stimulates interest in meeting you and learning more about your skills.
If you are in the sales field, Internet field, engineering field, legal field or accounting field you can use our free Resume Templates to update your current resume for free. When writing your own resume, look at the sample resume templates below and take notice of how the resume is set up. Duplicate this format with your own employment history and information. Hoover Web Design recommends that you use Microsoft Word or similar software for creating your professional resume.
Sample Resume Templates
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Sample Information Technology (IT) Resume Template - a resume template set up for someone who's in the IT industry.
Web Designers Resume - This is Gina Hoover's resume. It can be used as a sample resume for a web designer, a freelancer or someone who has an Internet job.
Sales Manger Resume Template - a resume template set up for a professional sales manager.
Accountant Resume Template - a resume template set up for a graduate looking for a position in the accounting field.
Administrative Assistant Resume Template - a resume template set up for some in the administrative or secretarial field.
Sample Engineer Resume Template - a resume template set up for a graduate looking for a position in the engineering field.
Sample Agricultural Resume Template - a resume template for someone in the agricultural field.
Sample Teachers Resume Template - a resume template for a teacher.
Sample Legal Resume Template - a resume template made for someone in the legal field.
Editable Resume Templates
Open these free resume templates in Microsoft Word and replace with your own information:
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Resume writing tips:
A resume should be updated each time you change jobs or add new skills.
Try to keep your resume on one single page if you can.
Make sure you have some white space on the page in case the employer wants to jot down notes about you.
Check back often as we add more resume templates and career information.