By Kat Krull
Drafting your first resume can be overwhelming. You might be struggling with where to start or how to format all of your information into one or two pages. You might also wonder how much of your experience to include, how to communicate your strengths, and ultimately how to ensure it lands you an interview.
Here are four things you must consider when first creating a resume:
1. Your strongest skills and accomplishments: Demonstrate your value by highlighting positive characteristics, technical skills, educational and work accomplishments, awards/honors, and related work history. For instance, if you received recognition for your academic achievements, you might want to include that on your resume. Also consider including volunteer or unpaid work if it relates to your target position.Read More...