When you hear about the Kardashians, two questions seem to always follow…who are the Kardashians and how did they become famous?
Because we’re all about data at Venngage, I decided to get to the bottom of these hot button questions. After all, no matter what you think about the Kardashian family, their fame and fortune continues to climb each year.
So what are their qualifications?!
I looked at the stats. I crunched the numbers. I dug into their job experience, their business ventures, and their soft skills. I also watched a bunch of highlights videos from Keeping Up With the Kardashians and asked a self-proclaimed Kardashian expert to give me the deets on each family member.
Then our talented design team used my findings to create an infographic resume for each member of this buzz-worthy family.
Now I ask you this question: which Kardashian-Jenner family member would YOU hire based on their qualifications?
Kylie Jenner’s Infographic Resume
While she may be the youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister, Kylie Jenner is by no means the least successful. In fact, if you follow Kardashian news, you may already know that in the last year alone her net worth skyrocketed to the highest in the family.
That’s due in large part to her successful makeup company Kylie Cosmetics (famous for the Kylie Jenner Lip Kit), her spin-off show Life of Kylie, and the various business ventures she shares with her sister Kendall (although the dystopian fantasy novel they wrote together probably didn’t contribute much).
Would you trust this entrepreneurial millennial, Kylie Jenner, to spearhead your next business venture?
Kris Jenner’s Infographic Resume
We’ve got Kris Jenner, self-proclaimed “Momager”, to thank for Keeping Up With the Kardashians. There’s no denying her resourcefulness–she’s the mastermind behind the Kardashian-Jenner empire.
Kris heads her own media agency, Jenner Communications. But she doesn’t let her role as matriarch hold her back–she also knows how to bring her own sassy presence to any camera-ready situation. Her millions of social media followers and sizable net worth can speak to her qualities as mother-in-charge.
Would you hire Kris Jenner to manage your brand?
Kim Kardashian-West’s Infographic Resume
Kim Kardashian may be the most famous of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, a position helped by her marriage to rap superstar Kanye West. After her friendship with Paris Hilton and a certain (cough) video shot her to fame, the reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians was launched.
But Kim isn’t just an opportunist. She also has a spin-off TV shows, multiple modelling and acting gigs, a successful app, a self-authored book, and a makeup line under her belt. And dare I say it…could she be America’s future first lady? Or president herself?
Does Kim K-W get your vote?
Khloé Kardashian’s Infographic Resume
Khloé Kardashian has built a brand around fitness, powered by her own weightloss story. Her book Strong Looks Better Naked, her reality show Revenge Body and her jeans line Good American have all been well-received.
Considered by many to be the underdog of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, she’s an example of perseverance and the power of a good comeback.
Would you hire Khloé Kardashian to be your personal trainer?
Kourtney Kardashian’s Infographic Resume
The oldest of the Kardashian sisters, Kourtney Kardashian made her TV debut before KUWTK, appearing on the reality show Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive. She has also starred in several Kardashian spin-off shows including Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami and Kourtney and Kim Take New York, and guest starred on the show One Life to Live.
Kourtney and her sister Kim also opened their own fashion store DASH. The store was the subject of the reality show Dash Dolls, of which Kourtney was a producer.
Would you hire Kourtney Kardashian to produce a reality show about your pet?
Kendall Jenner’s Infographic Resume
Slated to become one of the top models of our time, Kendall Jenner apparently does her best to separate herself from her family’s PR shenanigans. She has done some major modelling gigs, including walking for Chanel, Vera Wang, Fendi, Versace and Victoria’s Secret.
Alongside her modelling career, she has also co-launched several business ventures with her sister Kendall. Those include the Kendall and Kylie app and the Kendall + Kylie fashion line.
Would you hire Kendall Jenner to pose in your advertising campaign?
How to make your own infographic resume
Did these infographic resumes inspire you to want to make your own? The good news is you can, even if you aren’t a pro designer!
Here’s a quick guide to creating your own infographic resume.
1. Map out your story and identify important events
An infographic resume is perfect for visualizing your experience, accomplishments and goals. Think about what your story is and use that to guide your resume design.
- What your biggest career (and life) goals are
- Your biggest achievements in your past positions
- What skills you bring to the table
- What unique personality traits you possess
- What style you want to associate with your personal brand
Once you know what you want to visualize, you can pick a resume layout that fits your story and data.
2. Use an infographic resume template
Unless you feel confident enough to design your infographic resume from scratch, it’s a good idea to start with a resume template. A template will give you the foundation of your design. Then, you can customize it as much or as little and you’d like.
Look for a template with a layout that makes sense for your infographic. Depending on the information you want to visualize, you may need to change or add charts to find ones that best fit your data. (Psst! We’ve got a guide to help you pick the best charts for your data.)
For example, timelines are popular when making infographic resumes because they’re perfect for showing your experience over time. You can also use bar charts to show your skill levels.
3. Customize your infographic resume design
This is the point where you can really let your personality shine through.
For example, different fonts have different personalities. Pick fonts that illustrate the voice you want to communicate to employers.
Colors can also have an effect on how your resume is received. According to the principles of color psychology, different colors communicate different qualities. For example, green is associated with endurance and growth, while blue is associated with confidence and stability.
4. Download your infographic resume in high quality and share it with the world
You’ve created your infographic resume to share it with the world, so make sure you download a high quality copy of it. Downloading your resume in HD PNG or PDF formats are safe bets, since they can easily be attached to an email or printed out.
An infographic resume is perfect for posting on a portfolio site, attaching to an application email, and bringing into an interview. Show your creativity with an eye-catching resume template.
For more design tips and best practices, check out our guide to creating infographic resumes.
The infographic resumes in this article were designed by Luiza Bibire.