Shaniqua Renalds
over 6 months ago
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I need copies of my resume for the job fair but don’t got money for a new one. I don’t even got a job now. Help!!!! Where do you all print them from??

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dwayne schultz

your local library or r job service you can print them for free

your local library or r job service you can print them for free

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Joshua Link

Where’s this located?

Where’s this located?

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dwayne schultz

you can also get free copies at your ;local job service

you can also get free copies at your ;local job service

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Connie BALDERAS

Go to local library to print them for free

Go to local library to print them for free

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Patricia Collins

Hi Shaniqua,

You can always save your resume and cover letter to your email by sending them as an attachment to yourself. Go to somewhere like the library and pull up your email and print those attachments from that email. I believe the library might charge something like 15 cents per page so a dollar should do the job.

The next option would be to skip the Job Fair all together and post your resume from your computer on all the job boards like ZipRecruiter, Indeed, Snagajob, etc. and wait for the companies that are interested in you to get back to you. This method will allow you to skip that whole printing process; they (interested jobs) will already have downloaded it.

Not to discourage from attending the "Job Fair", however, I personally don't care for them. Every one of them I ever attended always makes me feel like I was "traveling without a destination", meaning I never got hired at not one of them. I always leave them feeling drained and discouraged and like I just wasted my time and money and foremost my effort.

Hi Shaniqua,

You can always save your resume and cover letter to your email by sending them as an attachment to yourself. Go to somewhere like the library and pull up your email and print those attachments from that email. I believe the library might charge something like 15 cents per page so a dollar should do the job.

The next option would be to skip the Job Fair all together and post your resume from your computer on all the job boards like ZipRecruiter, Indeed, Snagajob, etc. and wait for the companies that are interested in you to get back to you. This method will allow you to skip that whole printing process; they (interested jobs) will already have downloaded it.

Not to discourage from attending the "Job Fair", however, I personally don't care for them. Every one of them I ever attended always makes me feel like I was "traveling without a destination", meaning I never got hired at not one of them. I always leave them feeling drained and discouraged and like I just wasted my time and money and foremost my effort.

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Dannette Jackson

Just go to the nearest workforce development (unemployment) office and get them printed out as well as copied for free... No Worries!!

Just go to the nearest workforce development (unemployment) office and get them printed out as well as copied for free... No Worries!!

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Michael Bowen

Yes I just tried to call the number you have up. Is the last four digits 5601??

Yes I just tried to call the number you have up. Is the last four digits 5601??

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Justin Lee

Aren't there any cheap printer you can buy? I am just curious. If not you can go to public library and use their printer.

Aren't there any cheap printer you can buy? I am just curious. If not you can go to public library and use their printer.

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Christine Williams

Another idea... If you have a school-aged child or children, in public schools, you can ask for help there. Most schools have a school social worker, and if not, they all have a guidance counselor. You can call the school's main office & ask to be connected to this person. Explain that you're a parent of a student (if you are), and need a small favor with printing resumes. School Social Workers & Guidance Counselors are often very kind people, and it's part of their job to help both students AND their families. Give it a try! Best of luck...

Another idea... If you have a school-aged child or children, in public schools, you can ask for help there. Most schools have a school social worker, and if not, they all have a guidance counselor. You can call the school's main office & ask to be connected to this person. Explain that you're a parent of a student (if you are), and need a small favor with printing resumes. School Social Workers & Guidance Counselors are often very kind people, and it's part of their job to help both students AND their families. Give it a try! Best of luck...

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Deborah Kelly

I often just take them to OfficeMax/Office Depot. It's not very expensive. I think for a headshot, a resume and some music, it was like $2.

I often just take them to OfficeMax/Office Depot. It's not very expensive. I think for a headshot, a resume and some music, it was like $2.

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