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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
3 months ago

Tips for teens on landing that FIRST job!

Landing that first job is challenging but NOT impossible!

The first thing you need to do is make a resume. It's easy and you can do it in 5-10 minutes here on Jobcase just by filling out your profile. You can do this even without any experience. Here is what you need to include and how to make your resume.

Emphasize your education

As a current student (or even if you just graduated), be sure to emphasize your education. Place your education info at the very top of your resume. If you have a strong GPA, highlight this as well as any academic awards, honors, or other achievements.

Include the small things

Since your work experience is somewhat limited, focus on emphasizing any other forms of work, including volunteer experience or any extracurricular activities you participated in, including clubs, sports, and other organizations. If you happened to do some tutoring, babysitting, gardening, or dog walking for example include those as well. Even if these are jobs that don’t require a large skill set, the fact you performed them on a somewhat regular basis shows you have a strong work ethic!

Emphasize leadership experience

Employers are always looking for job applicants with leadership experience and qualities. If you were a captain for your sports team or the vice president of your student council, be sure to list these positions! You should feel proud of them.

List your skills

Consider including a skills section on your resume to include any skills you have that are related to the job you are applying for.

Connect your resume to the job

Review the job posting before creating your resume! Circle any key qualifications or requirements of the job and determine how YOU are a good match and what you can bring to them. Then be sure to include any experiences and skills in your resume that highlight how you are a great fit for that specific job.

Edit

ALWAYS proofread your resume before submitting it to an employer! Your format needs to remain consistent and easy to follow, and spelling or grammatical errors are a big no, no. Ask a friend or family member to read through your resume to catch any mistakes before you submit it to a potential employer.

Make your resume FAST on Jobcase

Not sure where to begin? Jobcase has a built-in resume generator that you can use to create and download a beautiful, formatted resume right from your profile in 3 easy steps.

1- Fill out your profile completely! This includes your location, email, summary, work experience, traits, education, skills, etc.

2- Click on the resume tab just under your summary and you will see an image of your pre-generated resume.

3- Scroll down and click the download button below your resume preview.

Now you have a formatted, PDF resume that you can use to apply for jobs!

Get started applying

Consider a job at McDonald's or other fast food establishments. They are a GREAT place to build your experience, skills, and they hire teens!

Wishing you the best of luck with your #firstjob !

Have questions, please comment below.

#jobsearch #fastfood #foodservice #firstjob #teens

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Marteono Gonzales
over 6 months ago

I'm 15 years old and I Need a part time job weekdays, and fulltime weekend's. I'm very good with people and love to put my mind to work and a very hard worker at that. I would live to start anytime.here's my eamil case of contact(mgmarteono.mg@gmail.com)

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Eric Ryan
over 6 months ago

Hey I'm Eric

Hey I'm Eric I have labor work expirence but is looking for maybe fast food or retail or maybe anything with tips if any jobs have a spot under one of those categories please contact me I'm a hard working out going and very bright and social young man. I am in the Las Vegas area

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Jearniqua Cotton
over 6 months ago

Hi , My Name Is Jearniqua Cotton . I am 17 years old and I am looking for a part time job at McDonald`s. My Email Is @njearniqua@gmail.com if needed to contact me

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Jennifer Sawyer
over 6 months ago

Letting others people make me mad

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Faith Elton
over 6 months ago

A FAST FOOD JOINT

Pays better than a health care job. Does that make any sense?

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Maddie A
over 6 months ago

Got a question about the fast food industry?

Got a question about the fast food industry?

Ever wondered what it’s like to work at a fast food or a quick-service restaurant (QSR)? Well, now is your chance to find out.

“Good Question!” is a new series that sets out to uncover what it’s like to work in different industries. To kick it off, we’re interviewing past and present fast food and QSR employees, and we wanted to give you the chance to ask the questions.

From “What’s your favorite part of the job?” to, “What did you learn about career success in your position?” or even, “How long does it take to cook up a batch of french fries?“...they’re all good questions, and nothing is off the table.

Ask a question in the comments below and a fast food expert might just have the answer for you!

#FoodServices #JobcaseFamily #GoodQuestion

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Tainaliz Garrija
over 6 months ago

Hello , I'm a 16 year old high school student looking for a job #firstjob #interview #fastfood

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Christaine Harris
over 6 months ago

Ic tbeg paid more money.and tbe GM and there manger wouldn't think you dont no no how to do your job.and tey need to lewrn how to talk to there people.it would be better.

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Damian Hernandez
over 6 months ago

Any jobs for a 16 year old?

Been looking for a job for months to help out my family through this tough times #firstjob #interview #mcdonalds #fastfood

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