Rather than just spending your summer holiday for playing around and wasting money, it is better for you to earn money and get more experiences to improve your good skills for your bright future. Having a part-time job can be a great idea. However, don’t think you are the only smart teenager that plans about having a job during your summer holiday because there is a bunch of teenagers that have planned the same thing. In this tight competition, your hard work should be in making a good resume to show your qualification.
Always start your resume with your contact information including your name, phone number and email address. After that contact information, write your objective, which is the summary of the whole resume. This usually highlights your best skill and it also includes what you want. This part should be short and simple. Start with who you are state your intention; mention your best skills and what you can do for the employer through the position. Offer your ability to your employer to convince them for hiring you. State things that you can do for them especially in helping them earning more money. It all depends on what position you are applying. Make sure you write the things that the employer wants from an applicant.
Since you are just a teenager, you might be underestimated. Don’t let him do that by reassuring him that you are different from other teenagers. Show them how serious you are for the position and that you have goals for the company’s success. If you have good grades at school, include them in your resume. State your skills in study as well for consideration. Your high grades can at least indicate that you can follow the supposed duties and tasks in the job. If you have special and useful skills, make a separate section to highlight them. Whether it is hard or soft skills, as long as they are relevant then you can include them.
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