Great advice already posted, also you will want to create multiple resumes, depending on what you are applying for specifically.
If you get an interview, have extra copies to hand out to a hiring manager, and anyone else they bring along for a possible panel interview.
If you're graduating school, maybe a letter of recommendation or two? I don't job hop, and I have done many.....many interviews to hire people, letter of recommendation depending on what they say can go a long way.
Remember for the interview, you are there to sell yourself. The Hiring Manager is there to also sell the company and position to you. Sometimes it's hard to find good help and other companies may be after the same person.
Be ready to adjust to different personalities, you have to be flexible with your personality depending on who is asking questions.
Interview tip - sometimes questions are just that, they are looking for a specific answer. HOWEVER, sometimes there is no right answer, but there is a wrong answer. They are looking at how you deal with hard questions under pressure. They could be looking for "bad" answers as well.
Dress appropriately, you would be surprise with what some people try to wear and get away with. Interviewing for a 60k+ job, but look like you would fit into a 30k job? Not a good idea.
Good luck with your resume.....and hopefully successfull interviews. You're hard work is about to pay off.
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