Posted by Alison Strickland on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 00:00 | Follow me
You're a natural at designing things that capture people's attention. But when it comes to job hunting, you probably leave much of the head turning to those carefully chosen pieces inside your portfolio.
Why not apply a little more creative mojo to your resume? It's true that everyone needs a traditional resume formatted as a PDF or Word document. But creating a second, somewhat unexpected version just might be your job-hunting secret weapon.
Read about four less-conventional resume formats, like a twesume, to help you stand out from the creative crowd in our latest article for HOW.