Writing your first resume to obtain your first teenage or college job requires a little creativity. On average, every job opening gets 250 resumes.
You want to have a strong resume but you may not have a lot of experience to generate interest from prospective employers. You will therefore, have to work hard to market your skills.
Read how to maximize your resume for the best results…
Writing a resume is a challenging task, as you might already know. It takes time and patience to condense your whole career history into one or two pages, and present yourself as the top person for the job. While we focus so much on what to put into our resumes, we don’t think about the information that should not be included. The following five things will leave a bad impression:
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