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How does a teenager fill out a resume particularly the list of references?

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Answered 2006-07-06 12:43:39

First and importantly first, you do not 'fill' a resume out. You fill an application out. A resume is a paper written with general information about yourself with possibly your objective (to obtain a job doing something specific)strengths, education and importantly your work history. If you have only had one job, it's ok. The shorter and less confusing the resume, sometimes the better. Even if you have never had a job except for babystitting or mowing the same persons yard forever, that counts to. It shows your consistancy as a worker or what you have done. As for references on an application, name people you know that know you and would put a good word in for you if they were called by a potential employer.

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