Can i still get the job if my resume was wrong?

Hey :)
I just turned in my job resume for this restaurant i really wanted to work at…but i forgot to put some of the things on there in chronological order. Most of the things listed on there is, but the parts where i added in..last minute wasn’t. Can i still get the job? Or does this ruin my chances?
This is my first job.

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2 Responses to “Can i still get the job if my resume was wrong?”

  1. Sue says:

    It might not really have great problem with it and it is really depend on your luck!

    We do make mistake on our first resume, and it is important that you learn what you did wrong! If by any chance you can’t get this job, you should be careful next time!!

    Just for your reference, if you need to do another better resume, you might want to use some template to follow through, and it is one of the best ways to avoid any careless mistakes. I do use some eye catchy template for my own job hunting, because all we want to do is to make it stand out from the crowd.

    Here is some cool resume template that you might want to note down for your own reference, and they are very effective for many of the jobs. You can check out at http://www.resumedictionary.com/resumetemplates.htm

    Good luck to your job hunting, and don’t give up, there always hope there! :)

  2. resumellow says:

    If you’re working to get an entry-level position at a restaurant, there’s a fairly good chance the hiring manager might overlook your mistakes. They know you’re new to the workforce, so they may turn a blind eye.

    If you want to impress them, though, fix up your resume and take the new copy in to them. Find the hiring manager and say “Hey, I’m really interested in this job and when I got home, it occurred to me that I’d turned in a pretty crummy version of my resume. Here’s a new copy – I hope you’ll still consider me.”

    This will let the employer know how important the opportunity is to you and will help you make the impression that you work hard to get things right.

    Good luck!