Should I make a resume for my job interview?

I have a job interview tomorrow with Target and I've never had a job before. Should I make a resume or is it not necessary since I'm already going to have an interview?

Asked By: amgel - 8/7/2012
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Yes, you should definitely create a resume for your interview tomorrow. A resume is a great way to highlight your accomplishments and the diverse skill set that you will be bringing to Target. Additionally, this will demonstrate professionalism and preparation which are two characteristics every employer looks for... More
Answered By: Blake - 8/8/2012
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absolutely! always be prepared
Answered By: Darius Wills - 8/7/2012
If you've never had a job, what purpose would be a resume - a resume shows some kind of experience. Unless you've had volunteer or some other organized kind of experience for a business or organization, it would be better not to do one. If you have participated in any clubs or organizations, have a college degree... More
Answered By: Miranda - 8/7/2012
A résumé is best if you've already had a job! For example I've had a job at McDonalds, now I have an interveiw with another job, I'll put a resume in for my job at McDonald's... More
Answered By: Brittany - 8/7/2012
Ya u have to make resume for represent your self in front of interviewer.....
Answered By: Cafe - 8/8/2012
Answer of BLAKE was copy paste :P look at my activity question :) transparently obvious he promote his website :D haha lol
Answered By: Jason Allen - 8/8/2012
A resume is designed to show the employer how well you can fit into a position. I have seen people create a resume even if they have never had a job. You can explain life experience that would fit you into a position. Everyone has experience at school, church, in the neighborhood, etc. You can explain how well you... More
Answered By: kenkencan - 8/9/2012
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