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Introducing ‘Brice’, a simple, vertical design which includes a single page resume/cv and cover letter. All artwork and text is fully customisable; Easily edit the typography, wording, colors and layout. Each template uses a strong baseline/document grid which will allow you to edit or add to the layout very easily.

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Genio is a single page resume & personal portfolio theme. It is suitable for designers, developers & freelancers. Genio has a super clean, minimal & professional looking that anyone seeking for simplicity needs.

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A simple beautiful single page resume template to help you get a dream job. Free download the PSD, enjoy!

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Two page format, ideal if you have had many previous employers.

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A 2 page layout, that allows for up to five previous employers to be listed.

This one page resume concentrates on a job seekers academic record and abilities.

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One page resume that concentrates more on professional skills rather than work history.

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Introducing ‘Sawyer’, a simple design focusing on experience, which includes a single page resume/CV and cover letter. Other features include international A4 & US Letter sizes and 90 Social Icons for use within the layout.While the "old" rule of thumb was one page; two and even three page resumes are becoming more common and, for the most part, acceptable. With many professionals changing employers more often, growing numbers of contract professionals and all the additional software information and upgrades, it has become increasingly more difficult to produce a single page resume. Most employers, however, still prefer a one to two page resume. Much more than that will tend to lose focus and interest of the reader. Remember, you need to sell your value to the employer in 30 seconds or less!