A traditional resume is so yesterday – Part 1: Creative resumes

a blog post I’ve been waiting for about creative resumes!


Have you ever found traditional resumes so boring and dry that you’d rather watch paint dry then read and work on your resume? This is exactly how I feel.

Now I must say I do not have a creative bone in my body, but these resumes are right up my alley (perhaps it may be the inner geek in me). I’ve trawled the internet to find you other ways creative people have attempted to secure their job (and sometimes succeeded too!).

I strongly suggest you take these approaches with a grain of salt. If you are creative and applying for a creative based role, this might work in your favour.

Basic building block resume

Lego not only played a huge role in Leah Bowman’s childhood, but influenced the way she advertised herself in her resume. She mentioned her struggles in obtaining a job in the graphic…

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