1)Linkedin : Signing up for and building your LinkedIn profile is not too much different from creating any social media profile.After completing your profile, navigate to the “More” button near the top right of your profile. Select the option to “Save to PDF.”
2)KickResume : If you have already created your LinkedIn profile, Kickresume allows you to sign-in with your LinkedIn credentials (I recommend this). After logging in, answer the quick, 5-step survey to help you get started. On the template select page, make sure to note which templates are free and which will cost you money . It will look much different than your actual finished resume, but it will still look clean and download as a PDF.
3)Resume.com : This site doesnt even require you to create an account. You can begin immediately building your resume from the home page. Another great advantage of this site is that it will only produce a one-page resume. Depending on how much job history you have, this may be a challenge, but employers love one-page resume.
4)CV Maker : This site is the quickest and easiest of all ;I've found to build a resume. However, if you are a fan of the resume builders that recommend keywords and phrases, this one isnt for you. But if you already have the content ready to go, this will be one of the fastest sites to use.
Best of ALL : NOVORESUME , LINK : https://novoresume.com/