Filling In Your Data
This is the most important part when it comes to creating great resumes. It is not directly related with the structure of the document, but it's a very important task to complete. There are many ways in which you can fill you resume. I won't go much into the detail of filling it, but I'll focus more on the structure.
Be sure to include a recent photograph of you in the top right corner of the first page. To do so, just drag the picture from wherever it is on your hard drive, directly into the page. Right click on it to set the position on the document. I suggest you to set to Overlay text, so you will be able to move it around and place it where you fell it will fit best. As much as a resume should be schematic and short, there could be some parts where you need to place several pieces of information.
If you write an entire paragraph, you should align the text using the justify button. You will find this button inside the Inspector menu, under the voice text and paragraph. Now let's talk about tables. You may want to use a table in your document. This is very useful in the language section for example.
A table is a good way to show info about all the languages you know. Inserting a table in Pages is really straight forward. Hit the Insert tab on top and select Table. You will be able to customise the number of rows and column and you will also be able to move the table around, placing it wherever you want.