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Job resume and cover letter?

Well I turned 16 last October and got a job at a sub joint at the beginning of this year. I am still, after 9 months, working at the same place, and I feel like its time for a change for many reasons. In my area they are building a Spectrum gym and I think it would be a perfect job for me considering I love excerise and sports and I can probably make more money and get a free membership on top of that. The place doesnt open for atleast a month or so, but I want to be one of the first to get hired and begin right away. I checked the website and the only jobs I qualify for are Sales Representative and Receptionist. It appears that I have to send them a resume? I have no idea what to do. I couldnt find a free template, and still probably wouldnt know what to do if I found one. If someone could point me in the right direction, maybe give me some pointers for making my weak resume look stronger, that would be great. Thanks a lot!

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One Response to “Job resume and cover letter?”

  1. Sunil says:

    Write your own resume, you do not want to follow a certain pattern. Just write one that makes the interviewer feel that you are the right person for the job. You may want to follow these guidelines.
    From :

    Personal Information:
    Your Name
    Home address
    Telephone no.
    Email address

    Please keep it brief, describe what exactly you want to do and how it suits the job that you are applying for.
    Educational qualification
    Write the degree that you last completed. Also write the name of the institution or university where you completed your degree (or your 12th grade).

    Technical skills (if any)
    Write the technical courses(certifications) you have done .
    Work experience
    Write the latest one first, go backwards and end with your first job. Write the name of the company, the duration(month/year-month/year), your position.
    Accomplishments (if any)
    Write your accomplishments in your previous job. You can also write about your personal accomplishment, provided this helps the company that you are applying for.

    Personal details
    Fathers Name:
    Date of Birth:
    Languages known: