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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 days ago

Would you be interested in an Amazon Delivery Driver job?

On-The-Spot Job Offers!! Amazon Delivery Service Partners, (DSPs) are hosting several in-person and virtual/remote hiring events across the US this week in order to employ new delivery drivers to help meet a growing demand for service.

  • All job offers contingent on meeting eligibility requirements.

Can't find an in-person or virtual hiring event in your area?

Working as a driver with our Delivery Service Partners, you can expect:

  • Full-time schedule, working 40 hours a week
  • Full benefits and competitive pay
  • You are provided with a delivery vehicle, so you won’t need to use your own
  • 4/10 (four day, 10 hours each) scheduling available

Thursday, May 13






Friday, May 14




#Amazon #DSPs #hiringnews #jobsearch #deliverydriver #fulltime #entrylevel #noexperience #NationWideUSA

Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 months ago

Hiring Immediately - Entry-Level Warehouse Associates!

Walton, Kentucky - If you are looking for a Warehouse job, then look no further!

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Jennifer Young

Jobs that don't require previous experience are typically jobs that offer "on the job training", where you'll learn how to prepare food, stock shelves, use a register or point of sale (POS) system, etc. So I'd encourage you to look at fast food, retail/customer service, and some cashiering positions. Here's a short list of employers that are a good starting point.

Take a look at this article on 5 tips to landing a job without experience and remember that reaching out to your contacts and connecting is a great way to boost your job search.

Good luck 🍀and keep us posted on your progress!

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Jacqueline Martinez
over 6 months ago

Job search

Hello I’m 18 I have a 2 year old child I have no work experience but I’m willing to learn! #babysitting #noexperience #retail #sales #teenjobs

Nelson Mullins
about 1 month ago

The Ultimate Guide to Writing a Resume with No Work Experience

Are you ready to write your own resume with no work experience? Here’s how.

What to Put on Resume If You Have No Experience

Header The goal of your resume header is to make sure that employers know whose resume they are viewing. At the topmost part of your resume, add your full name, phone number, email, and the URL of your portfolio or website. Adding your mailing address is just optional. Some get creative when it comes to writing their resume header. So, if you’re eyeing for a job in creative fields, make sure that your resume stands out.

Summary Statement This part should highlight the most valuable aspects of your resume. Include one or two adjectives describing your work ethic, your level of education, your relevant skills, and your professional passions or interest. Remember, this is where you must sway your potential employer. Hence, state how you can contribute to the firm’s growth through your soft and hard skills.

Education For new graduates and entry-level job seekers like you, this section should cover your school(s), the degree(s) you earned, and your achievements and leadership roles. As you further your career, this part becomes leaner in favor of your experiences. Do you have any impressive achievements or school activities? Showcase them in this resume part.

Experience/Qualifications Often written in reverse chronological order, here’s where you’ll list your work history. But in your case, this is where you should highlight your relevant experiences. These can include internships, trainings, and other courses. Make each one count by aptly phrasing it like the job ad itself.

Skills and Abilities In addition to your education and relevant experience, your skills section should have as much prominence as possible. Like the former section, maximize this part by adding some of the skills stated on the job offer.

How to Make a Resume with No Work Experience

Now that you know what to put inside your resume, we’ll teach you how to write your own resume in seven easy steps.

Step 1: Choose your resume layout. When choosing the right resume format, don’t stress yourself too much. Opt for a simple yet sophisticated resume structure that’s easy to scan. Picking the right resume font style and size could also make or break your chance to land your first job. So, go for the resume layout that presents your no experience resume nicely.

Today, there are four most commonly used resume formats: Chronological, functional, hybrid, and targeted. Knowing the use of each format is vital for your job search. A chronological resume format lists your work experience in reverse-chronological order. On the other hand, a functional resume format is where you can focus on your skills and achievements more. A hybrid is a combination of both resume formats. Finally, a targeted format sifts your relevant jobs from other experiences. Given your lack of experience, do you know which format to use? If you’re having a hard time choosing, you may check out our best resume examples for ideas.

Step 2: Insert your education section. As someone who has no work experience, you can highlight your education to help boost your job hunt. Are you a college graduate with a degree needed for your target job? Or have you attended a training or seminar required for the job? These can be powerful assets in a resume with no experience. Remember, you’re aiming to show hiring managers why they must pick you. So, make sure you let your school achievements and milestones make you stand out.

What to Include in the Education Section?

-Name of the schools and dates attended

-Information on your degree and major

-Grade point average (GPA) higher than 3.5

-Related coursework

-Honors and special mentions

-Study abroad programs

Step 3: Highlight your relevant experience. Since you still don’t have real-life work experience to flaunt yet, your college internships and volunteer work will be your escape from the never-ending paradoxical loop. Though not as heavy as the actual ones, they still matter. They also allow you to network and make connections that can help you in your career. So when you’re applying for a job with no experience, be sure to list all relevant internships, volunteer work, and other relevant activities to your target job.

Step 4: List your skills. In lieu of work experience, highlight your soft and hard skills more. Edge out your rivals by making use of the skills listed on the job ad. Go through it carefully and make a list of all the skills they need.

Example of Skills to Put on Your Resume


-Team player


-Active learner

-Critical thinker





-Decision maker


After listing, choose and include only those that you have and are self-evident from your education or experience section. Be prepared with recruiters who will most likely ask you about it.

Step 5: Write a striking summary statement. In a sentence or two, this brief should sum up your relevant experience and key achievements. Here’s what to highlight:

-Experience from internships and volunteer work

-Leadership roles and club memberships

-Work experience (even part-time) from relevant fields

-Extracurricular activities

A profile summary has three types: bulleted, direct address, and transferrable skills summary. Consider choosing the style that best conveys your credentials, skills, and experiences.

Step 6: Make an ATS-friendly resume. Almost everything now uses technology, even job recruitment. To keep up with the trend of bots, follow these tips on how to pass the ATS.

-Include keywords relative to your target job position.

-Keep your format and layout simple.

-Don’t forget to add your name and your desired position.

-Stick with conventional headings and font if you’re not --applying for a creative job.

-Make sure to proofread your resume for spelling and grammar errors.

Step 7: Write an impressive cover letter. Prepare a well-written cover letter even if they don’t require you one. Cover letters show what kind of personality you have. Sending it along with your resume gives you the chance to explain your intent in greater detail. Also, a cover letter is a good chance for you to leave an impression and appeal as to why you’re the ideal job candidate.

Start with a strong opening piece that describes your expertise. Show that you have researched their company. Lastly, don’t forget to tailor it based on the company’s needs.

You can also add extra sections to maximum impact. If you have Rockstar language skills, certifications, hobbies, and interests, list them as long as they are relevant to your target job. # #resume # #application #noexperience

Maria Ruiz
over 6 months ago


I'm so frustrated because I have a psychology degree and no will hire nor interview me because I don't have any experience at all.

Monica Navco
2 months ago

Looking for new career.

#my résumé only tells you about the career I used to have. #advice I would love to be a greeter at a hair salon or something in that field or a manager etc. I cannot cut hair anymore due to my hands. What careers do you have out there that you do not need your hands? #general #noexperience other than cutting and coloring hair. I’ve worked n this field for over 35 years. #backtoworkmoms #motivation #networking #inspiration #courage #wordsofadvice #jobsearch

Lawrence White
Community Specialist
2 months ago

Want to deliver packages for Amazon?

Apply to be a Delivery Driver for an Amazon Delivery Service Partner (DSP) today.

No delivery experience required! Earn up to $18 per hour. Submit your online application today at Amazon Delivery Driver Job - Application for an interview opportunity.

DSPs provide contracted delivery services to Amazon and are hiring Delivery Drivers to meet growing customer demand as we approach the holiday season.

DSPs offer competitive compensation, benefits, a great company culture, and opportunities for growth.

Apply today at Amazon Delivery Driver Job - Application to schedule your in-person or virtual interview.

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