1 Visual CV/Resume + 1 Text CV/Resume + 1 Cover Letter + 1 LinkedIn Profile
Visual CV/resume contains photographs, charts, and graphs that make it easy for the employer to quickly go through the highlights of your whole CV/resume. Not only are visual CV/resumes attractive, but they are also easy to use. You can include one with your online application in a relevant section like a personal website, portfolio, or comments. Also, a link to a visual resume is easy to incorporate into an e-mail signature, short message, business card, or on social networking sites.
Text CV/resume is the most common type which is used worldwide. Text CV/resume comes with proper keywords and clean design. An applicant tracking system — or ATS systems is developed to scan for keywords, employment history and college records used by recruiters and employers during the hiring process. Thousands of text CV/resumes got rejected because of improper keywords and design. Mostly, our text CVs/resumes are ATS compatible.
A cover letter is usually a single-page letter which is mostly written along with a resume/CV to submit for job application. It is written with the post you’re applying for in mind – allowing you to highlight your core areas and express why you are a good fit for that job role. A cover letter could be simple or designed. It could be sent to the employer via mail or by post.
With over 300 million users and growing, LinkedIn is a must-have professional profile that builds up communication between employers and recruiters and beholds professional reputation. Employers in every industry use LinkedIn to find candidates. The best way to increase your visibility among your peers is by creating an appealing profile on LinkedIn. It’s important to make sure your LinkedIn profile highlights your skills and experience. A complete LinkedIn profile can help you connect with opportunities and showcase your professional factors through your experience, skills, and education.