The Future of CV Formatting

Leonardo da Vinci created the first ever CV 532 years ago.

One of his most famous quotes echoes his reputation of leaving pieces of art unfinished: 

“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”

Unfortunately, he probably spent too much time manually formatting his CV. Imagine how many more paintings he could have finished if he was using a product like

See how many recruiting masterpieces you can execute by automating your CV formatting. 

The famous Renaissance artist is a celebrated ‘genius’, renowned for his inventions, sculpting, painting and scientific theories. 

In 1482, at 30 years old he wrote out a list of his capabilities, along with a cover letter, and sent it to the Duke of Milan – Ludovico Sforza. It was undoubtedly impressive, as Ludovico went on to become a longtime patron of da Vinci. Some of da Vinci’s most famous paintings – including ‘The Last Supper’ – were requested by Ludovico.

Along with his letter, da Vinci sent a silver lyre of his own making, sculpted in the shape of a horse’s head. A sure sign of an overachiever.

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