pdfCV does one thing and does it well - it helps you create a resume (or CV) in a pdf file format. Its premise is that you don't want to waste your time playing around with the file layout or visual style: these are provided by pdfCV. Content is the king and that's where your attention should be.
It helps you stay focused on content by guiding you through the process. Think about it as being asked the right questions, and answering them results in a resume. Also, the process of resume creation can be vastly simplified by importing one's LinkedIn profile for free, this way it literally takes only 2 minutes to create a resume!
Once your information is there, all you need to do is apply one (or more) of the templates. You change the look of your resume with a single click of a button: it doesn't get much simpler than that.
Oh, one more thing, you are not restricted to English: you can also create Spanish, Galician, Italian, and Lithuanian resumes.
Forget searching for the most recent file, copying and pasting between word documents, messing around with styling and formatting. Just put the important information and pdfcv.com will give you a great looking pdf file with your CV.
There are only two pricing ranges: free and pro. Pro accounts cost $9.99 and are valid for 6 months. They provide access to more features and templates. You can still create CVs with a free account, but selection of templates is smaller.
pdfCV.com is here to help you. So let me hear you if you want to help with translations or have a feature suggestion.
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Galician translation by M. Xesús Carregal Mosquera.
Italian translation by Sergio Gandrus.
Spanish translation by Francisco Javier Quintero Coronell.
French translation by Soufiane Benmansour.
Portuguese translation by João Gonçalo.