Imagine if you have kids, and one day they come to you for help with their resume since they want to get a job, how would you help them? What things you will advise your kid on? Or are you, maybe, having a flash black about when you were in their situation and what you did to make your resume stands out although there was a lack of experience?
I know that almost everyone has been through the same situation, and me too. I remember during my 4 years in college, I just studied and studied for the first 3 years. Then the senior year came, I thought that I wanted to do more than just studying so I applied for part-time job in school and helped out with some of school events. At that time, I felt like I had something to put on my resume but turned out none of my experiences were close to the job that I wanted to apply for but at least I got something for resume. I re-worked my resume every time I sent it out in order to make it stand out to the recruiters/hiring managers.
That is why I want to share this article with you and I hope these tips will help you more successful in getting a job!
Have an amazing weekend. Until next time 😎