Writing your very first resume can be a daunting process. And it doesn't help to know that recruiters spend an average of six seconds reviewing a resume before they make the initial decision on candidates, according to research conducted by TheLadders, an online job-matching service for professionals.
The most important things to think about when you're creating your first resume are your job goals and your audience.
While your resume may look different, depending on the industry you're in, the one above should serve as a useful guide for entry-level professionals with very little work experience:
You do not need a line at the bottom that reads: "References available upon request."
It's important to remember that experience isn't everything — and, luckily, employers filling internships don't expect you to have much of it.
A few more details can be found in this article.
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