How do you Build a resume if you have never had a job?

I am a young women who has never had a job and alot of people seem to want a resume.I really need a job and would like help learning what I can do about the whole resume sititution.

Asked By: ha2 - 8/13/2006
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Okay, you don't say how old you are, what your educational background is, what part of the country you live in, etc... More
Answered By: tibo49 - 8/14/2006
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stuff that you did in school helps...occupation: student...then put in all the stuff you did...... school clubs, sports, community service, volunteer service, training/classes that help you qualify for the job. anything that doesn't make you look like a blurp on a couch
Answered By: Bumble Bee - 8/13/2006
List your education and any special studies you took. You should also list you hobbies, special skills like computer, which programs you are good with, what you are looking for in a job and things along those lines. There are places on line that will help you with your resume. Just type in resume in a search engine... More
Answered By: valmart49 - 8/13/2006 has a resume help section There are other sites, but I prefer monster.
Answered By: Ken J - 8/13/2006
Have you done any volunteer work... More
Answered By: Lizzy-tish - 8/13/2006
Use any volunteer experience or people you've done odd jobs for or babysat for. I sorta have the same problem.
Answered By: heaset - 8/13/2006
You have skills and experiences to share for your entry level position so if you don't have pay jobs to put on the resume, brainstorm any school clubs you belonged to an what roles you had in those clubs. List any part time jobs even if you were not paid for them... babysitting? painting a room? writing for the school... More
Answered By: RAY - 8/13/2006
Building a resume is about selling yourself. There are several web sites that can help and give you an outline to use. If you haven't had a job in the past then you need to concentrate on what you have done. List what you want in a new job-in life. Then list your accomplishments, your applied skills (what software you... More
Answered By: denny jo - 8/13/2006
Do volunter and get an internship
Answered By: tinnee - 8/13/2006
My situation is not without some similar attributes -- I have been working as an independant consultant for abut 3 years since my last "real" job and have not done well with it... let's just say that of about 10 clients, only 1 would have anything really positive to say about me, so I've been looking for full time... More
Answered By: Muggle Jerry - 8/13/2006
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