Finding a template is as easy as getting online, but as difficult as trying to choose the one you want to use for getting your resume written. You just have to make your own decision about which template will benefit you the most and help you have the best chance of getting the job that you want.
Beyond just ensuring that your resume looks like all the other resumes out there, templates are also generated as "one_size_fits_all" solutions. Do your career, your unique work experience, and your individual goals really fit in a one_size_fits_all format? For the vast majority of people, the answer will be no. Very few professionals have a completely linear, untarnished employment history. If there are any 'problems' in your background__such as a period of unemployment, too frequent job changes, a demotion, or any number of other challenges__a resume template will only accentuate and call attention to the negatives.