this is pretty much my first real resume,is there anything i did wrong with it?
WHY THE FUCK WOULD YOU LIST YOURSELF AS A LAUNDRY WORKER AND A FUCKING AUTHOR IN THE SAME FUCKING RESUME
in the absence of good training or college, you should talk about teamwork, not laundry skills unless you are going for another housekeeping job.
Don't have a lot of filler, your lack of useful data means keeping all of it on one sheet of paper. Even good resumes should stick to one sheet. High School on reference should only be used for extracaricular activities meaningful to the job you want, or extremely high gpa.
Use character bullet points or dashes instead of saying "have taken"
I would interview him just to see what kind of fucktard would come up with this and what other gems he could come up with in an interview.
Would probably record interview too and make a million dollars from YouTube views and ads.
OP I'm not gonna flame you.
Here are some serious pointers. Follow all of these.
>Get rid of languages. We know you speak English.
>Probably just get rid of the whole high school section. You can just shorten it down to :Graduated from Reedsburg high school in 20xx
>Your skills aren't very impressive. Maybe try hobbies instead? Interests?
>Think about what kind of job you'd like to get. Be realistic. Then think about what that employer wants to see on your resume, and stick to just that.
> It's not very believable that you're an author when your grammar is so bad. If you want to leave the author part in, fine, but fix all the grammar mistakes.
And for fucks sake don't put "terminated from job" in your resume. Just put a start month and year, and an end month and year.
Once you've done that report back. It's gonna be a work in progress but we'll help you get there.
What kind of jobs are you looking for? What about working at like a hobby shop or game store? It wouldn't pay more than where you were working but it's kind of a step up.
Wish I knew where my resume went wrong. No way I'd ever ask here though. Proud of you, OP, you have more balls than I do and in the end it's gonna help you. Meanwhile I'll sit with my Masters degree unable to get an interview for entry level jobs. Keep your head up and use the brutal responses here to make it better.
This reminds me I need to write my CV actually, only have my engagement one at the minute because personal laptop is kill.
No focus on the buzzwords any interviewer will be looking for in these. So many employers won't even initially read a resume until it's been filtered electronically for certain terms like the level of degree, certain buzzwords like leadership, etc etc.
Also if it's not something that adds to how impressive you sound, don't include it. Neutral text is just a waste of space on a CV.
I'd be interested to see if anyone has any CVs with a solid bit of actual /biz/ related experience and quals on it, I need something to base mine off and everything online isn't really up to the standard that'll work for tier 1 places.