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A resume sample - July 8th 2010, 03:37 PM

Hi, I'm trying to make a resume for myself. But whenever I write something like "resume sample", they expect me to make a VERY professional one (as if I have graduated university). I have just a few part-time job experiences. Does anybody know where I can get a GOOD resume sample for students?

The reason I'm asking this is because everyone tells me different things when it comes to the resume (ex, someone tells me to put my references, and another tells me that I should wait if they ask me for one).
   
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Re: A resume sample - July 10th 2010, 05:39 PM

Hey there!

Sorry I have not seen this post sooner - not really sure about where you can find samples, but there is a very good book out there called "What colour's your parachute?" It helps you write really good CVs / resumes. You could take a look?

Also have you tried google?

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