Free Resume Builder

Jobscan’s resume builder is the easy way to create a winning resume that’s perfectly tailored for the job and formatted for pesky applicant tracking systems (ATS).

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Write your resume the free and easy way

There’s no need to worry about parsing errors or formatting mishaps when you use Jobscan’s free resume builder. Just choose from one of our ATS-friendly templates and fill in the blanks.


Jobscan’s resume builder:

  • Makes writing your resume quick and easy
  • Creates universal resumes that accurately autofill into any job application
  • Formats your resume for applicant tracking systems (ATS)
  • Already have a resume? Just optimize it.

Over 90% of users believed that Jobscan improved their resume.

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ATS-Friendly templates

Write, download, optimize

Fill in each field. The resume builder will automatically format your information to the ATS-friendly template you choose.

Download your resume. You can create a PDF or Word document.

See how well your resume is tailored to the job with Jobscan’s optimization tool.

90% of Jobscan Premium users landed an interview.

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How to build a resume

1. Write Your Name and Contact Information

Recruiters and hiring managers will need your contact information to get in touch for an interview. Include your full name, city and state, phone number, email address and LinkedIn profile URL at the top of your resume.

2. Create Your Resume Summary

Summarize your work experience and accomplishments in one succinct paragraph. You can also use bullet points to highlight your major career achievements. This section should include measurable results and relevant keywords.

3. Detail Your Work Experience

Let recruiters know what role you played in the success of your former employers. Provide information about your role and your accomplishments. Include measurable results wherever possible. Focus on the elements of your work that are most relevant to the desired job.

4. Include Your Education

The name of the school from which you graduated and date of graduation is enough for most job seekers. You may also want to include your degree. For recent graduates, your GPA (if higher than 3.5) and details about relevant courses and projects may help add context to your abilities.

5. Add Volunteer Experience, Certifications, and Other Relevant Information

You can include anything you want on your resume, as long as it is relevant to the position to which you’re applying and helps employers better understand your qualifications.

More than 1 MILLION Job Seekers trust Jobscan to help them take the next step in their career. And we want to help you, too!

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