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The goal of a resumé is to get an interview. Among the masses of resumes that an employer receives, a resumé that is well designed, clear, concise and error free is most likely to be read.
Once you start working or volunteering, maintain a list of all of your achievements in a notebook or Word document. Include as many details as possible in your notes, including the date and answers to questions like How much? or How many?
The next step toward building a great resumé is tailoring it to include sections that reflect your specific skills and experience.