The term entry-level job typically refers to candidates with less than 5 years of professional experience, and includes those just starting out in their careers, as well as individuals in high school and college. For entry-level job seekers, putting together a resume poses a unique challenge in determining just what experience and attributes should go into a document.
Here’s the reality: every working professional has been-there-done-that when it comes to having no work experience. The vast majority have worked their way through it.
You will, too. Here are five tips to help you get a job with little to no work experience.
You are excited to enter the working world for the first time. It’s exciting, yes… and it’s also definitely going to be intimidating.
You may think you know what to expect. However, as in any new situation, there will be several aspects of your new life chapter that will catch you by surprise…