Creative Resume That Looks Like A Google Search Results Page

Finding your dream job can be tough, especially in a field that is trendy right now like technology or social media. Some people decide to make their own dreams come true, and they take the path of beginning a startup. Others find ways to stand out from the crowd, and they put together a creative resume that is different from any other resume out there. This is an example of one of those creative resumes. It’s an online resume that looks and navigates just like a Google search results page.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen someone make a creative resume that looks like a webpage we are all familiar with. About six months ago we featured a guy who made a fake Amazon page resume. Online resumes have almost replaced paper resumes in today’s world, and this is one of the best I’ve seen.

This creative resume was designed by advertising executive Chris Liu. He hopes to find a job as a copywriter, and I’m sure he’ll get a lot of attention from what he’s been able to put together. Of course his fake Google search results page is hyperlinked with each relevant, individual page. With just a few clicks, a potential employer can view his blog, website, portfolio, work history, experience and all his social media accounts.

It was all so interesting that I naturally wanted to click over to the second page, which of course doesn’t exist. When you’re looking at it, it’s easy to forget it’s a fake Google page. As always, there are tons of people criticizing his idea since it’s not original. After all, real Google search result pages like this already exist. He still deserves an A for effort. I don’t care what anybody says, this is way more creative than any other resume you’ll see today!

Creative Resume That Looks Like A Google Search Results Page

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    I love that some of the items on the nav menu have click-through links…

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    This would certainly stand out at a Search Marketing Company for sure or any new media company. Very clever idea.

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    Alisha Hall 4 years

    I really like this.. I want to do one for myself although I am a lot older than 24 – I wonder does that mean I would have to create like a million and one more Google hits for myself?
    Nice job Mr. Liuuuugle.
    Thanks for sharing Diana!

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