A resumé is the most common way of showing an employer who you are. It could mean the difference between getting called in for a job interview or not. This is your chance to show off your past job experience, volunteer work, grades, characteristics that make you a good worker, awards and other stuff. Check out this example of a resumé for Hollybuster Video:
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- Have a parent or teacher proofread your resumé.
- Spell out everything on your resumé. Do not use abbreviations like "St." for "Street" or "Ave." for "Avenue."
- If you have to mail your resumé, do not fold it, use a large envelope to send it.
- Keep resumé clean, no smudges, tears or folds.
- Do not use a font larger than 20 point.
- Don't get too fancy with your resumé unless you are applying for an advertising or related position.
- Only include your GPA if it is 3.0 or higher.
- Always include area codes with each phone number.
- Name should be the largest & boldest print on resumé.
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