By Alison Doolittle-Suokas
Though it may be the digital age and you may have your CV in LinkedIn, Monster and maybe even Facebook, the fact remains that you still need a good old-fashioned paper version every once in a while. Sometimes printing from the “digital” CV programs leaves a lot to be desired and the result is a less than professional looking CV on paper.
I’m no slouch when it comes to using word processing software but on occasion I just don’t feel like fighting with it. If you’re all thumbs when it comes to word processing or you just don’t want to bother why not try the free CV maker? It doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles but it allows you to create a very clean and simple CV fairly easily. Did I mention that it’s free? CV maker allows you to create your CV and then export it to PDF, text, etc. After registering you can save your CV and come back to edit it time and time again.
Good luck with it. I’m off to go create my CV! Check it out at https://cvmkr.com/