How To Improve Your Resume If You Lack Work Experience
Searching for your first “real job” after college can be both exhilarating and frustrating. In a perfect world, potential employers would hire you based on your college transcript, your credentials and your willingness to learn. However, in the real world, employers want proof you have what it takes to get the job done. At the same time, gaining experience may seem impossible if you can’t get anyone to hire you in the first place.
So, with a seemingly blank resume, how do new graduates overcome their lack of work experience and get a job? Here are seven ways to gain applicable experiences to beef up your resume:
1. Apply for an internship
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