I tried searching on Google but all I get is the resumés of freeware makers.
Replace “is” with “are.” Oops
I don’t remember if it has resume templates, but you might look into OpenOffice.
Replace resumé with résumé.
Dude, every fully installed version of MS Office has templates for CV/resumes. File-New.
WordPad. MS Word. Notepad, even.
My point: the “resume creators” do little for you. I hire many many many people each year and review more resumes than I can count. Unless you’re an art director, fancy layouts and “innovative” resume styles will just hurt you.
Focus on what’s IN the resume and you’ll do better.