‘Resume Baker’ Custom Resume Design Giveaway: Make Youre Resume Stand Out!
Design You Trust and ResumeBaker.com are teaming up to give away a free resume makeover to 3 randomly selected Design You Trust readers!
ResumeBaker offers a professional resume design service for job seekers willing to upgrade their dull resume and get noticed by potential employers. Each of the 3 lucky winners will have the chance to choose one template among our eyecatching resume design collection at ResumeBaker online store. Human resources departments are flooded by hundreds, even thousands of applicants for positions of employment.
Most of the resumes submitted look so similar to one another that you can barely tell them apart. It isn’t any wonder why so many employers have responded positively to graphic, customized resumes from applicants. Not only do such documents show initiative on the applicant’s part, but it also reveals their earnest desire to work for the company. Businesses both large and small seek out energetic workers who aren’t simply going to be there for a paycheck. Show these companies just how motivated you are by upgrading your CV to a graphic design that better compliments your personality.
We are happy to giveaway a one-page resume makeover to 3 Design You Trust readers. Select your preferred CV design among our collection of eye-candy resumes. The ResumeBaker.com team will custom-typeset your resume content into the design you have selected and send you back your attractive resume in PDF format within 3 business days.
Enter through Facebook in the official contest form below to ensure you’re eligible for the prize. A winning entry does not need the successful completion of all steps, however there is an increased chance of winning if you submit through all contest steps. The contest begins on July 14, 2013 and concludes on July 28, 2013. 3 lucky winners will be randomly chosen and announced on July 29, 2013.
Please, enter below and follow the steps. Good luck!
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