Should I print my resume front and back?
You will want your resume to appear clean and professional. If your resumé is longer than one page, print it single-sided on multiple pages. Don’t print on the front and the back of a single page, which requires the potential employer to turn the sheet over to see the rest of the resumé.
Does a resume have to be long?
The right resume length depends entirely on your background. Resume length is among the biggest quandaries for job seekers. The presiding belief is that if it’s too long, you risk a hiring manager not reading the whole thing; if it’s too short, you might look like you don’t have enough experience.
Should you print resume on special paper?
When you print your resume you can use a slightly heavier white bond paper than you normally put in your printer. There is no need to buy special “resume paper” unless you want to (in which case you should!). Your resume is a marketing document, not a legal document.
What kind of paper should a resume be printed on?
Use nice resume paper to print your resume on, and you’ll make a great first impression on prospective employers. Our suggestion is to use ivory, 32 lbs, granite, 75-100% cotton resume paper or white, 32 lbs, plain, 75-100% cotton resume paper.
Can a resume be 1.5 pages?
No, your resume can’t be 1.5 pages. 1.5 pages will leave too much empty space, and make your application look unprofessional. If you have under ten years of relevant work experience, you should only write a one page resume.
Is it bad to print a resume double sided?
If you have a two-page resume, don’t print it double-sided. It may be the most earth-friendly approach, but printing a two-page resume double-sided on a single sheet of paper is a bad job search strategy. In this case, how your resume gets printed will not be your issue. Don’t worry about it.
Where can I get my resume printed?
With FedEx Office, you can print and ship your resume anytime, from anywhere. Even save it online for faster reordering.