If I lack any job experience, how do I present myself for an employer to hire?
Let's say that I am looking for a job and it will be my first real, official job. What would I do in terms of resume, job applications, and just explanation and things I should say to a possible employer?
Asked By: - 4/4/2012
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Your first thing is to gather all the certificates, awards, any letters of recomendation and things like that showing you can complete goals, maybe perfect attendance, anything that show you can accomplish what you set out to do. I'm sure you have most of these things from all your years of school, even your high... More
Answered By: Reba - 4/4/2012
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Well since experience isn't on your side, you're going to have to sell them on your potential! You should think of real life situations where you have stepped up and been a leader or helped get something done. Utilize school stories (being the leader of a group project) or any clubs, sports, plays, etc. you have done... More
Answered By: Presidente - 4/4/2012
A resume is one of the most important factors when it comes to first impressions. Create a professional resume that highlights your education, skills, experiences and other accomplishments. There are three main types of resumes available... More
Answered By: Ben - 4/4/2012
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