1. What is your overall background in writing and what led you to start a resume writing business? How long have you been doing this for?
Also, having a resume could be helpful to: give to teachers or others writing you recommendations to show all the things you do in and out of school; give to interviewers, on campus or alumni, to have an information sheet to talk off of in an interview (though many will choose not to use it); and to send in to employers, internship opportunities, summer programs, and so on, that might require it. So, start a resume in 10th or 11th grade and keep updating it. You might use it in your applications, and you'll likely keep adapting it and adding to it for the rest of your life!
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It is always a good idea to start a resume with a summary section. Employers will read this to understand why they should continue reading your resume. You should explain in a few sentences what you have been doing as a professional and what your goals are. You should think about the skills, experiences and knowledge that you have that would be useful for the employer. Some examples: