Ideally, the resume should be an ongoing project. Whether you’re happily employed, a successful professional at the top of your game, or you’re just starting out at entry level, your resume should be revisited on a regular basis (not just before you hit the market, or the day after you’ve been laid off.) Updating a resume isn’t the most exciting of tasks, and a complete revision is about as tedious as watching a coat of sealant dry on the back porch floor – but there are ways to spice things up a bit.

And we’re talking, hot spice. Really, really spicy. For you, we present, some of the most creative resumes crawling career pinterest boards and blogs to date:

Charts and graphs, subway maps and infographic-style resumes? We’re inspired! What about you?