Combination Career Change Resume Example

Combination Career Change Resume Sample

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Combination Career Change Resume Template (Text Format)


Professional graphic designer with over 10 years of experience looking to transfer my skills to the photography industry. My proven creativity and typography skills make me an ideal fit for the Photographer position.

Academic Background

Beechtown High School

Class of 2016 – 2020 | Honor Student

Kyobi Elementary School

Batch 2016 | School Council Vice President


  • Saved 58% on printing, 41% more quantity and superior print quality by utilizing super trade printers
  • Implemented responsive design into the Football Chalet email template
  • Consistently delivered innovative design solutions in a faced-paced environment with minimal staff and numerous revisions

Skills and Abilities

  • Graphic Design & Production
  • Branding & Logos
  • Collaboration
  • Organizational Skills
  • Deadline Management
  • Decisive
  • Photo Editing
  • Adobe Photoshop

Work Experience

Junior Graphic Designer

Brainstorm Creative | 2019 – 2020

  • Created and modified cohesive, exceptional designs for packaging and accessories based on a large future product pipeline across multiple product categories
  • Created innovative designs to present to the team
  • Created mood boards both for company-wide and project-specific use

Graphic Designer

Revolution Digital | 2018 – 2019

  • Collaborated with the Photography team to develop new image concepts
  • Updated and creating product line campaign materials



Career Change Resume Tips:

  • Identify accomplishments

Your resume must persuade HR that you will be able to deal with tasks on your future job position. So if you decided to change specialization, write on your resume skills that are most relatable to the new job.

  • Emphasize your professional goals

Define your new career goals and describe why you are qualified for the position. If you have minimal experience in the field, you can still glean qualifications and skills from your previous job experience.


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