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any freeware programs to create a resume?


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i was wondering if there were any free programs to check out that will create a resume for myself on the mac. i have a macbook and want to have something simple ( just filling in the blanks with the appropriate information). any help would be great!

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If you have M$ Word or similar, there is often a template for a Resume. might be worth a look. Also there are quite a lot of templates on the M$ website which will open with various word processors.

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Not free…but $5 shareware

iCurriculum 0.6 beta

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I recommend you learn how to make one yourself, that way you can have a template that fits you. Sometimes these programs make it look obvious that you used it to make a resume for you, and it leaves a less positive first impression on your prospective employer than your own resume would leave.

But this is a Forum on Macs, so I'll just shut my yap right now.....
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