#CONTEST: Leave a Comment, Win a Smart Resume Design Pack

Get your resume or CV stylized as if a graphic designer had done it for you. LoftResumes.com is sponsoring this contest with prizes of personalized design packs of resumes and cover letters. Thank you, LoftResumes.com. This is the second contest as part of the run-up to JobMob's 5th Anniversary on March 21st, and more are coming. How to Enter At the bottom of this article, leave a comment about the most memorable resume or CV you've ever seen. Some suggestions of what to write in your comment are: The best-looking/worst-looking resume you ever saw and why An resume mistake that you'll never forget, whether it was yours or someone else's an idea you once had to make your resume more memorable (and if you didn't follow through, why not?) Tell us what was so memorable about it. Be as descriptive as you can.


How To Make Your Own Cool Facebook Resume

The Do-It-Yourself Facebook Resume Kit. The best way to show off your resume on Facebook, by far. This is a guest post by Claudio Nader. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Want a resume that looks like this? Why this is a great idea Many job seekers kick off their job search with an email to everyone they know asking for leads. A common problem is that after a few weeks or months, friends and family forget that they're still looking for a job. Your Facebook profile resume will constantly remind every visitor about your job search without you needing to send followups. Then when a lead comes to mind, they'll just need to click 'Share Profile'. Now, when sending that first job search announcement, tell people to follow your Facebook profile to know if you're still looking. Pretty clever, right?


The 2008 Resumes of the Year

You don't need to be a graphic designer to have a beautiful resume that gets you job interviews. Get inspired by these beauties from 2008 and then learn what they have in common down below.


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