When you are looking for a new place to work, your resume is crucial, as this represents your first contact with a future employer. Therefore, you want to make sure that you come up with some creative ideas that will speak about your skills.

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We’ve already compiled a few useful online resume makers that you could try out, such as Re.vu and others. Today we’re talking about a new online service that’s definitely worth adding to the list – ResumUp. The short description of this new service is that it helps turn your resume into an infographic, thus making your profile appear cooler.

Eugene Barulin, the CEO of Resumup claims that only 6 seconds are spent on each resume on average, so you definitely want to come up with something that will have a visual impact on the person that’s reviewing it. And what better way to speak about your skills and places where you’ve been than an infographic?

The website comes with a few templates that you can choose from, such as a resume accessible online and on mobile, interactive resume, ribbon or text resume and many others. You can connect your Facebook or LinkedIn account and it will fetch your data, but you can then edit all the details, such as About me, Contacts, Skills, Employment, Education, Achievements and Reference Letter.

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However, not all features are available in the free plan. You will only get a Basic Text Resume with the no-cast plan, but you can opt for the Winning Resume plan for a limited price of $4.5 per month, which gives full access to any 1 template at your choice or the Profile Pro for a price of $6 per month which brings full access to any template.

Also, in order to download or include more features to your resume, such as including a reference letter or your skills. Be it as it may, this new service is worth checking out if you’re looking for new tools to help you in your quest for a new work place.


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