45 Most Creative Resume Ideas

A resume represents your work experience and working skills. Whenever you apply for a new job you need to show your work to the employer. This is the reason a resume should present your work and working skills in a better way. Those are the older days when people used to create a really simple resume with their qualification and work experience. In today’s time people try to give the creative touch to their resumes so they can impress the employer on their first impression. If you are a designer then it become more necessary that your resume should be creative because creativity if the thing that every employer want in their designer. In this post I am going to showcase some really creative resume ideas to inspire you to create more innovative and creative resumes.

 

Ariane Denise

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Toromuco

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Tudor Deleanu

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Eyad Hussien

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Fran Sancheg

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T-shirt Resume

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Ong Xi Ru

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Ziedrick Ruen Giron

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Andreas Edwitia

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Spencer Creelman

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Kelly Haller

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Travis Melton

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Jean-Francois Houssiaux

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Chris Swanger

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Aamir Shah

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David Bonggas

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Anna Yenina

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Federico Moral

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Steven Duncan

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Mourice Kappelhaf

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David A Young

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L Michelle Dickerson

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Siti Mariam

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Sid Santos

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Jane Doe

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Jonathan Wong

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Sofiane Yaya

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Eugene Isaac

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Jolie O’Dell

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FJ Garcia

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Joe Kelso

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Mathew Anthony Tate

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Jason Feng

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Robert Sexton

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Yingzhu Luqiu

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Gary Meyer

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M Danish Zahid

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Loveish Kalsi

Loveish Kalsi is a freelance Web and Graphic Designer from India. He is the owner of famous design blog Creativedesignmagazine.com

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2 Responses to 45 Most Creative Resume Ideas

  1. aledesign.it says:

    A brilliant list with nice idea. Thanks for sharing..Some inspirations…

  2. Dan Bradley says:

    I think all of these are the exact opposite of a creative resume, they are sloppy and very hard to make sense of. Do you know the average time a potential employer spends looking at a resume, not long enough to try to piece some of these together. Half of these look like the resume of a first year art student doing what he thinks is “creative”.

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