Resume & Fine Business Papers

Resume paper is available in different types of material, such as synthetics and cotton, and is purchasable in several colors, like white and gray. A resume with an attached cover letter and a matching business envelope can enhance the professional aesthetic of a curriculum vitae when used to apply for employment. Shop Staples to discover a large supply of paper products for your next home, office or personal business project.

Consider the Different Types of Material for the Task
Resume paper is compatible with several types of printers, such as laser and inkjet, and high-quality material helps deliver a superior finished product to a professional or personal audience. Sheets made with cotton can add a sleek finish and a soft touch to your next resume submission. A matching folder can help safeguard any additional business papers from unnecessary creases when you're traveling from one meeting to the next. A watermark on cotton paper, which is visible when a piece of marked paper is held under direct light, typically reveals the brand of the product and the amount of cotton contained in each sheet.

Customize a Resume or Newsletter With Color
Cotton is an absorbent fiber used in photo paper and the material can hold color for an extended time when properly stored. Colors, such as gray, will maintain a rich quality over the years and can help showcase and separate your resume from those of other applicants. A neutral color, like ivory, can add classic flare to business newsletters, interoffice memorandums, and to personal notes of correspondence. Packs are available in several quantities, such as 500 sheets, to help you complete the next work-related or personal task. A follow-up thank-you note written on card stock can help broadcast personable skills after a job interview.

How Should You Store Paper?
High-quality card stock paper can last a long time when stored in a cool and dark area. A space with low humidity also helps aid the preservation process, so documents and records can endure structural integrity throughout the years.

Why Use a Resume Envelope?
An envelope used to deliver an updated cover letter and an additional resume to a prospective employer during the time of an interview can signify organization and preparedness. Using an envelope also helps contain important documents often necessary to show during a business meeting. A business folder can further help organize, store and safeguard several envelopes from bends and folds when more than one interview is scheduled for the day. Consider coordinating the resume paper, envelope, and folder for a streamlined presentation when at your next business interview.

How Long Can Cotton Paper Last?
A very long time, and in some cases, 100 years or more. Cotton and linen were among the first materials used in the initial production of ruled writing paper.

What Is Card Stock?
A type of paper product that is thicker than an average sheet of construction paper, highly resistant to rips and tears, and is often used for its ability to withstand high-traffic areas, such as a lunch cafeteria or school gymnasium. The product is available in many sizes to accommodate large and small scale work or school and home projects. Staples carries the world's largest invetory of office supplies - see what you need for success and purchase it today!