[Freebie] Make a Statement with This CV Designs Freebie

Wanting something to make your CV stand out and make a statement to potential employers.

Well, this CV Designs Freebie is just for you. With nine smart but stylish designs, your name and experience will be put on the map.

About CV Designs Template Set

From simple stripes to bold banners these designs will help add a touch of personality. We are hundred percent sure you will snag your dream job with these dream designs.

Each CV is free to download in both AI and EPs formats. You are able to edit them and can find more styles on the Freepik website.

You can use them for personal and commercial projects and have a variety of different designs to choose from.

Download the CV Designs Template Set for Free!

By downloading this pack, it is vital that you understood the following terms and conditions:

  • You can use this set on as many domain names as you wish. You may use them for your clients’ projects/websites. Number of projects is not limited.
  • You may not claim intellectual and exclusive ownership to any of the design. Also you may not sub-license the original designs set and their individual files to and with anyone else, unless a specific license within the icons set states otherwise.
  • You may modify them. However, you may not modify and then resell.
  • You must give appropriate credit. Do not provide the direct download link nor upload this pack onto other servers for your own share. If you want to share the pack, you can link back to this article page or location of this article.

CV Designs Template Set


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  1. Best site for cv design I have seen ever. Thanks for sharing it very helpful to design cv and get a good job. because of cv impact first impression ion recruiter.

  2. I totally agree with you on joining groups on Pinterest that are related to your blog.
    If used correctly, I believe that Pinterest can drive more traffic to your website than Twitter.

  3. Thanks for sharing, there are some really inventive designs on here. As a professional CV Designer, I’d just like to add that it’s really important to keep CV information accessible and easy to read.

    A few other quick tips…

    // Mirror your CV style to the type of position you are applying for
    // Use plenty of keywords (many employers use bots to read CVs – shameful I know!)
    // Save CVs in an easy to open format (PDF is best).

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