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These Everyday Tasks Can Add Experience To Your Resume [Quiz]

Last updated January 6, 2020

Don’t think that if you’ve never had a job, you have nothing to put on your resume! Employers understand that young people have to start somewhere. Which is why everyday responsibilities like babysitting a younger sibling, academic achievements, or participation in school clubs can be listed on your resume as “experience” when you’re just starting out.

Take the quiz to learn more about what skills and tasks you can put on your first resume!

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