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DUBAI – A Filipino graphic designer may have created the “world’s best CV”, cleverly using infographics to highlight exactly what he does best.
Infographics maker Piktochart compiled 70 of the most creative CVs ever created, with Joseph Azena’s one-page CV jumping out from the list.
The Manila-based artist starts off with his educational background told in a stack of books, followed by a timeline of his work milestones, and an infographic of his proficiency in using design software.
His impressive CV even tell us that he speaks English and Korean, apart from his native language, Filipino!
Experts say the perfect CV should tell your best story in less than 6 seconds, and Azena nailed it.
The perfect content reveals keywords, phrases, core skills and other information that catch an employer’s eye. Azena did all that with a single sheet.
Unfortunately, not all of us are as talented as Azena in the design department, but that doesn’t mean we can’t create amazing CVs like him.
How? You don’t need to hire expensive designers or CV makers. You just need to use the web-based infographic maker Piktochart.com!
The versatile tool is free and has beautifully designed templates for CVs, presentations, reports, infographics and even social media posts that you can use or personalize.
It’s the secret weapon everyone prefers to keep, but because we want you to be successful in your job hunt, we’re revealing it right here!
To unlock more advanced features, you can go on a paid plan (which can also be a token of appreciation when you land your job after using the tool!).
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