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Old 06-23-2005, 08:35 AM   #11
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lol

man the cost for money orders will put me in debt :P

thanks all, applying today
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Oh come on ... I'm sure everyone would be willing to set up a paypal account to get their cut!!!

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I found this site this morning:

http://msn.careerbuilder.com/custom/...172830770-rj-1

Even if you are just applying for what you consider to be a minor job, it does not hurt to have a spirit of excellence in all you do. I started out cleaning toilets and bagging groceries when I was 16 but am now a partner in a law firm. The attitude of excellence will come across in everything you do. Even the lowest-ranking retail manager will remember a professional. Good luck!
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good luck! let us know how it turns out
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I would keep it very simple and to the point. Use bullet points and not too much of the long sentences.

Any resume that is more then 2 page is way too long. Focus on your computer skills & interpersonal communication skills. Stress to employers your are dedicated, hard working and very friendly.

When working with the public, you need to stress your communication and customer service skills.

I hope that helps and I'm not too late. Good Luck!
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errr i put my resume in a job agency. ill probably work in a factory for about 10 dolalrs an hour. 10 dollars an hour is very good money for a 15 year old! if i work 5 hours, thats 50 bucks! all those glorious fish i can buy!!!!
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