If you’re just beginning in the startup world, maybe you and/or your co-founders need to find a job to help you pay the bills while the company grows. It is a common mistake to start fundraising to pay salaries and build a solid team.
Also, if you landed here and have no interest whatsoever in developing the entrepreneurial spirit, finding a job can be a challenge as well!
It doesn’t matter what the scenario is. The most common materials a job hunter needs are a good resume, time, and readiness to face interviewers.
That being said, there are presentation templates you can download for free, that will help you achieve that goal. The first two are not only useful to apply for a job, but can also be good documents to upload on your personal website or your LinkedIn profile. The third one can help you as a guide on common questions interviewers make or include on online-based recruitment tests.
Recruiters spend, on average, 5-7 seconds looking at a resume. If you don't want yours to end up in the trash folder, you need to think outside the box. If the application process allows for this format, or you are cold-emailing a potential employer, you can present your resume with our professional looking slide deck in this resume template.
When facing new job or industry opportunities, working on getting a grant, scholarship, or spot at a conference as a speaker, it is beneficial to have this professional profile template, which works as an extension of your resume, and which also adds life and work accomplishments.
Recruiters often send applicants online tests or even pre-recorded video interviews during the initial stage of hiring for a new job. This interview presentation template can serve you like a hint of what the order of certain questions is, and what are common topics that are covered.
Once you get the job, focus on developing a solid pitch deck for your startup, or kickstart the growth of your professional career. We’re positive you’ll need presentation templates, and we’ve got your back!