Make stunning designs with PicMonkey's resume maker. You'll be amazed at what you can create — no design skills required.
How to make a resume
Choose a resume design you like from PicMonkey templates.
Replace the photos in the template with your own pics, or choose from millions of professional stock photos or videos in our stock library. Customize your image's size, shape, color, and more with effects and editing tools.
Replace the text in the template with your own words, or add more text. Choose from hundreds of beautiful fonts, and customize the text's color and size, or try effects like curve or outline.
When you're finished designing, share your work by downloading to your computer, or exporting directly to social media or email. Your work will always autosave to our cloud storage so you can return to it at any time.
Why use PicMonkey for design and photo editing?
Minimal learning curve
Our easy and intuitive tools allow you to start editing photos and creating spectacular designs immediately, no matter your skill level.
Extensive feature set
Start with a professionally designed template or take advantage of our high-powered tools to make custom images from scratch.
So much for so little
Get everything you need to create fabulous images for one low subscription price, with no one-off purchases or hidden costs.
The PicMonkey Mobile App is for design on the go
Start your design on your laptop, run to a meeting, take a call, finish up your work on your phone using our Mobile App, post directly to social, or share with your colleagues. Whew! We know you’re busy, that’s why we’re at your service 24/7.
Making resumes in PicMonkey
You’re scrolling through a job search site and there it is: Your Dream Job. But first, you need to write an exceptional resume.
When there’s so much at stake, sitting down to write a resume can feel daunting. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Choosing to start with a PicMonkey resume template will help you get started, give you a great design and format to work with, and set you up for success.
FAQs about making a resume
How do I make a resume for a first job?
Trying to land your first job is an exciting time, whether you're looking for a summer gig during high school, or your first official employment after college. You may not have a lot of job history yet, and that's okay — include what you do have so far including internships, your education to date, any clubs or sports you've participated in, and list the skills you possess that would make you good for the job you are applying for. Compiling this info into a tidy one-page resume looks impressive and will definitely score you an A for effort.
How can I make my resume stand out?
If you're creating a printed resume, you can experiment with layout and style. If you're creating a resume to attach to a web-based application, then it's best to keep it simple for the AI scanner. But either way you can make a resume that performs well. For a printed resume or one you'll be emailing, check out our resume templates for creative and colorful styles that you can make your own. To please the internet robot gatekeepers, make sure to put keywords from the job posting into your resume. Make your accomplishments stand out as a bulleted list instead of in a block of text.
How do I make a college resume?
Resumes aren't only for job hunters, they're also used by high school students applying to college. These "college resumes" are a summary of your accomplishments in clubs, sports, extracurriculars, volunteering and, yes, even your summer jobs. Include your contact information, and sections on work experience, relevant courses you've taken, skills, awards or honors, and your interests.