If you're applying for a job, you'll probably be asked to send in a resume or CV. Which means firing up a word processor and trying to format a document that bears a vague resemblance to the last CV you remember writing 20 years ago.
Thankfully, in those past 20 years, a handful of companies have sprung up which offer to create your CV for you via a web site. One of my favourites is CV Maker, which you'll find at https://cvmkr.com if you want to try it.
Just type your details (name and address, employment history, education, and so on) into the template on the site in the indicated locations. When you're done, you can preview your CV in a number of different layouts and download the finished version as a PDF file. And if you create an account and log in, you can keep your data on the site in order to maintain and update your CV as required.
CV Maker is free, and all you need is a web browser.