What to put on a resume if you have never had a job?

I am 15 years old and i have never had a job before. I am going to apply at fast food restaurants. What should i put under the "skills" catagory that will make them want to hire me?

Asked By: - 2/25/2010
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Resume extracurricular activities, particularly for students and recent graduates with little work experience, demonstrate important skills that are valuable in the work place. If you’re getting ready to graduate this year, it’s time to reconsider your resume... More
Answered By: Polina - 2/26/2010
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you can include stuff like team player, responsible, organized, you know how to delegate, honest, can multi-task, can stay on task, patient, etc. ...assuming that you are these things. :]
Answered By: cute-boots - 2/25/2010
tell them you've been in Vietnam for the last 5 years fighting rebels
Answered By: Super Terrific Happy Hour - 2/25/2010
schooling helped mother in kitchen home ec classes can follow directions
Answered By: ladystang - 2/25/2010
Quick learner, efficient, reliable/diligent, and positive (positive people are easier to work with)
Answered By: iThink - 2/25/2010
Volunteer experience Objective: What kind of job and why Skills Interests: ie- you like quilt making, and badminton, it shows you are a well rounded person Extra-curricular Activities Sports Teams: you learned to work well on a team
Answered By: Laura G - 2/25/2010
Under "skills," why not list your fluency in a second language, especially Spanish. And how is your cooking skills at home, familiarity with menu items. Your experience working with others as part of a team efforts. Again, these are actual hands on experience which you certainly can list under "skills... More
Answered By: govicseo - 2/26/2010
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