Is there a right or wrong way to make a resume?

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My skills are limmited even though I am pursuing a further education I have only worked as a waitress, cashier, bartender and house keeper… My resume includes; an objective, my education, skills, extra curricular activities, working experience and references… I don’t want to make it too fancy for the simple fact of the type of job I am looking for (either waitress, cashier or bartender)… Are these good enough to make a decent resume?

There’s a right and wrong way to do anything!

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4 Responses to “Is there a right or wrong way to make a resume?”

Comment from zanthus

Time July 27, 2010 at 2:27 am

yes. Go to a library and get a modern resume writing guide book.
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Comment from S.F. MISSION JUGGERNAUT

Time July 27, 2010 at 3:02 am

There’s a right and wrong way to do anything!
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Comment from spawnofazazel

Time July 27, 2010 at 3:09 am

Keep the extra curricular activities off of your resume. Your future employer couldn’t care less about a stamp collecting or skydiving hobby. Put “references available upon request” instead of just giving that information. Highlight your skills and what you consider to be assets that qualify you for the job.
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Comment from Michael N

Time July 27, 2010 at 3:37 am

Try finding a job agency around you area. They can help you write resumes and they can help you with your needs. Or you can go back to an old teach from high school and ask for help.

The topics on your resume it perfect.
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