Gearing Up to Go Back to School: What To Pack and What to Leave at Mom’s The Importance Inclusions on a Legal Intern’s Resume
Aug 30

Put yourself in the position of the HR manager in a company for which you really want to work now that you have your degree. What is that manager looking for in your resume, which (let’s face it) doesn’t have a great deal of job experience because you’ve just gotten out of school.

Well, this hypothetical HR manager is going to look for things that indicate your character traits.  Are you reliable? Do you do what you say you’re going to do? How seriously have you taken your college career?

These are just a few of the many messages your GPA sends to potential employers. These messages are going to make or break your initial job efforts, which is why keeping your GPA as high as you possible can is the best thing you can do in order to get the job you want when you graduate.

A high GPA tells potential employers that you are a self-disciplined individual who understands the value of work, and that’s just about the most important message any job candidate can send!

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