Out-of-the-box solution to get your resume online. Built on WordPress's custom post types, it offers a uniquely familiar approach to publishing
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WP Resume groups your resume content into sections. Common sections might be "Experience", "Education", or "Awards".
Within each section, your positions are grouped by organizations. These are often places you've worked (e.g., Cogs, Inc.) or places you've studies (e.g., University U.).
Each position has a title (e.g., Widget Specialist), details (e.g., increased bottom line by 25%), and dates of service (e.g., from: May 2005, to:August 2009). Dates are not required, but the positions on your resume are sorted reverse chronologically by default (you can always manually arrange them on the options page).
Note: Although some styling is included by default, you can customize the layout by modifying your theme's stylesheet or creating a custom template file.