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dothebartman dothebartman 18-21, F 2 Answers Jul 8 in Doing Good

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- Give it a professional, 'classy' look, by using the design and format functions on word processors. <br />
- Include bits about yourself but don't big yourself up TOO much, this may give the employer the wrong idea about who you are. <br />
-Try to sell yourself whilst giving the employer an idea of who you really are, this will impress them. <br />
- Include as much experience as possible, even looking after a sibling could count as experience if you're struggling. Sometimes experience is more important than your qualifications. <br />
- Make it look formal- no fancy colours or fonts- it needs to be functional. <br />
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I hope that helps:)

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thank you!!!

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No problem.

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At your age, it should be short. Ensure you include buzzwords that employers look for. They have software that scans and screeens for those buzzwords, before a human ever reads it.

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like what?

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