Creating an infographic resume (CV)

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. Here are the benefits of having an infographic resume:

1. Infographic resume demonstrates you “get” multimedia
If your resume is an infographic, it’s clear you already understand how to use the latest media tools to their fullest advantage. You stay on top of current trends and will bring that knowledge with you to the organization.

2. Infographic resume shows you’re more than just a writer
Landing a gig in the media requires you to bring more to the table than just writing well. Learning some design will increase your marketability. Creative designers help take their newsroom to the next level by developing innovative and exciting ways to depict news. If you can take a resume, which is pretty bland to begin with, and turn it into something people actually want to look at, imagine what you could do with a relevant and visually appealing topic. Creating your own decent infographic resume also means your knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop is pretty darn good.

3. Infographic resume illustrates your creativity
Infographics are currently one of the most popular ways news organizations display information and engage readers. They look good online and on mobile sites, grab a lot of eyeballs, and simply put, are fun. By using one as a resume, you are demonstrating your ability to think outside of the box and be creative. The one you send out to employers should be the best to depict you and your work in the most interesting and compelling way.

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