I've heard from many teen job seekers who aren't sure what a resume is, don't think they need a resume, or aren't sure what to include on their resume.
Even though a resume isn't required for a lot of teen jobs, a resume can bolster your chances of getting hired. Plus, you have more information to put on your resume than you might think.
Even if you don't have formal work experience, you can include other types of work like baby sitting or lawn mowing and volunteer experiences.
These resume tips for teens including what to put on your resume, how to use a resume template or builder, how to format your resume, and what to do about references, will help you write a first (or second) resume that works.
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