5 Basic Necessities for Your Resume

A resume is more than just a piece of paper. It is a representation of all your skills and accomplishments and can open the door to a successful career. However, developing the perfect resume can get confusing. University Chic has all of the basic necessities your resume needs and we couldn’t help but share. Keep reading!

 

 

Education.

Listing your educational information is a good place to start. Include which school you attended, what degree you received (or are pursuing), your GPA, and your major and minor. This will be one of the first places a potential employer will look.

Skills.

After your educational information, include any skills you want an employer to take note of. This could encompass any software proficiencies, any organizational abilities, and interpersonal skills.

To find the rest of the basic necessities for your resume, check out the full University Chic article here.

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