CV Resume Free PSD Template


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Awesome CV / resume PSD template released today for free download! The best way to get hired right away is to stand out with style. And that’s exactly what you’re about to download – clean, simple and modern CV/ resume template. You will surely make a good first impression to your future employers, just download the CV template and edit it with Adobe Photoshop. We’ve designed various column styles and paragpraphs for your biography, employment history, skills, contacts and any other info that could be important. Don’t worry, with our resume PSD template you’re one step ahead of the competition, just download the PSD file and replace the text. We made it easy for you to edit the CV template – all layers are grouped and named properly, so you just need a few minutes to graze it. Available in 300dpi, CMYK color model, ready to get printed.



Fully Layered CV Resume Free PSD Template

Fully Layered CV Resume Free PSD Template

Regulation : 300 dpi
Print Ready
: Yes
Size: A4: 8,267 x 11,693 inches
File Format: PSD
File Size: 1.17 MB
Fonts: Arial Regular, Arial Bold
Number of Items in Set: 1
Author: Free PSD Files

12 Responses to CV Resume Free PSD Template

  1. Sino El says:

    Wow That’s so Nice Thank You

  2. Hey Jessica,

    Just type the text again, here’s a quick example: (you can open this PDF with Adobe Photoshop)

    Good luck!

  3. Jose Armando Quiñonez Moreno says:

    nice but i cant download it :(

  4. Sorry, Amanda, we don’t have any Word templates yet.

  5. Manawa Pradeep says:

    How can I download this one??

  6. Manawa Pradeep says:

    sorry! I haven’t seen the FREE download button on the bottom.. :3

  7. Đào Mạnh Tuấn says:

    Tks so much, you so creative
    Pls, how can i download that file is PDF or PSD.
    Can you give it to me : [email protected]
    Tks so much again

  8. Where can i download?

  9. Yusuf Ratlamwala says:

    This is sheer brilliance…
    You are amazing,
    Thanks for every single work present here.

  10. 织衣 says:

    haha bucuode muban

  11. daghene says:

    Thanks for the freebi but seriously, putting the download button after the comments section and not in the article(both at the start or end works) is one of the best examples of bad User Experience I’ve ever seen.

    Better change that asap.

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