Formatting a résumé reflects how handy you are with a word processor, which is of little importance in most jobs. Unfortunately, a bad looking C.V. can torpedo your job application.
With ResumeRobot's help formatting your resume*, your focus is on your content, where it belongs. Imagine if everyone had a nice looking resume... employers might start to actually read them
*We freely use both "resume" and "résumé" and don't give a care. Both are correct as far as we can tell. For your CV, you will want to stick with a single format in those gray areas of English like Oxford commas, accent marks, and all those extra vowels the colonies lopped off.