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June 12th in WordPress Themes by .

We love Genesis as it is quite an elegant framework and very easy to learn. Many top bloggers are using Genesis to power their websites. As we have shown here in the past, you can build e-commerce, real estate, portfolio, one-page, and all kinds of other websites with genesis. Rachel happens to be a Genesis child theme for resume sites.

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October 1st in Theme Lists, WordPress Themes by .

Finding the job of your dream is not always easy. You not only need to have the right skills but some luck. Many folks find jobs online these days. Having your resume online won’t necessarily lead to lucrative job opportunities but it could help your cause. These 7 resume themes for WordPress allow you to promote your past experiences online like a pro:

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MyResume: this theme has a minimalist design and enables you to host your resume online. It is social media friendly too. [click to continue…]

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January 27th in Wordpress Plugins by .

It is no secret that the state of economy in the U.S. is still quite fragile. Many folks are still looking for jobs. If you are a job hunter, you should go out of your way to put your best foot forward and make a great first impression on recruiters. Putting together a professional resume is one way to do that. Many job hunters share their resumes at job fairs. You should also share your resume online. WP Resume is a script that making adding your resume to your site easy.

WP Resume uses custom post types to help you put together a professional online resume. It provides support for sections, organizations, and positions. Users can add their summary and details to their resume in the back-end. You can host multiple resumes on your site. The plugin lets you re-order sections of your resume via drag & drop. It can output your resume in hResume or text format. [click to continue…]

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January 7th in WordPress Themes by .

These days, many folks are looking for a job. Going to job fairs and applying for work online are not the only ways you can increase your chances of getting a job. Setting up a website to share your experiences with the world could open new doors of opportunity for you. You never know who gets to see your resume site.

Setting up a website covering your resume/CV does not have to be difficult. Here are 5 WordPress themes you can use to get these types of projects done:

My Resume: one of the best resume themes for WordPress. It makes your website look like a real resume. It is highly customizable and gives you the chance to share all kinds of useful information to online recruiters. My Resume is SEO friendly too.

Vue theme: works great for portfolios, CVs, and similar types of projects. It has 2 home page sliders and 7 color skins. It is highly customizable.

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June 5th in Premium Themes by .

These days many people are out of a job and are looking for a quick way to get back on the right track. There are plenty of ways to go about hunting for a job, which are out of our scope. But looking for a job online is certainly one of the best ways to do it. At the very least, it can open doors for you. That’s why you should take the time to be involved on sites such as Twitter and Facebook and reach out to your contacts on LinkedIn to ask for their help. Of course, you need to have some sort of presence online as well. MyResume WordPress Theme is a clean, affordable theme that lets you take your resume online and share it with the world.

MyResume is not about putting a PDF version of your resume online. It’s much more than that. It’s about sharing your experiences and work with the world on your very own website. So whether it is your credentials that you want to share with the world or your portfolio, you can get it done with MyResume Theme. What I like about MyResume is the fact that it’s so easy to use. You do not need to know anything about WordPress (except maybe how to create pages) to go live with your enhanced resume.

Everything on this theme happens by using pages. You can choose to show your pages on your main page or disable them from the back-end. The theme also has 5 cool color schemes to let you choose the color that works the best for you. Since you are creating your enhanced resume, you want to make sure you include images from your previous works on your website. The theme automatically displays a preview of your works to your visitors. [click to continue…]

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