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A slick, impressive résumé is a must-have for all job seekers.

But for people who are just entering or returning to the job market, it can be tricky to know where to start.

Fortunately, there are websites out there that’ll do most of the résumé-related heavy-lifting for you.

I recently scoured the internet for résumé-building sites and compiled a list of my favorites. I gravitated toward the free options, but included some paid sites that I really liked. These sites all made the cut for me personally when it came to visuals, convenience, and usability.

Here are a few sites you can check out next time you find yourself struggling to put together the perfect résumé:

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1. Enhancv

Enhancv provides you with a bold and lovely template and is incredibly easy to fill out.

The clear-cut résumé builder allows you to customize fonts, colors, backgrounds, and sections. The three layouts — double column, single column, and compact — are all well-laid out. And if you’re feeling brave, there’s also an option to share your résumé on social media and get feedback from friends.

That being said, it’s not for free after your initial 14 day trial. The site’s basic package comes in at $4.99 a month.

2. VisualCV

You can choose between two free, well-formatted résumé design templates on VisualCV.

If you make a mistake, you can go back and see your revision history.

You also have the option to send your résumé via email to up to five friends to get feedback.

While you’re filling in your objective, experience, and education sections, you can also play around with different fonts, colors, and looks.

3. Up To Work

For $4.99 a month, Up To Work will provide you with four, highly-customizable résumé templates to pick from. After choosing a template, you can adjust the template’s color, font size, spacing, and date format.

Up To Work’s résumé editor will prompt you to fill in each résumé section piece-by-piece and will tell you what information to enter. It then pops this information into the résumé template for you, saving you the hassle of formatting your résumé yourself.

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