A professional resume with no work experience needs to showcase that you belong in your work field just as much as anyone else. One of the best ways to do this is with the ResumeHelp resume builder. It takes care of the difficult things, like fonts, designs, and deciding how to construct your layout, so you can focus on resume writing.
Yes. Even if you don’t have work experience, a resume will be expected for most jobs. After all, a resume is an important part of communicating your credentials. You can also use the ResumeHelp cover letter builder to create a cover letter that you can submit with your resume.
Hobbies can be a good additional section as long as those hobbies are related to the job you’re trying to get. If you’re trying to become a character designer, listing that you’ve been playing D&D for 10 years can be helpful because you have to design characters for every D&D session. However, it’s not super helpful if you’re trying to get work as a certified nurse assistant. Connect your hobbies to your job and you can add them to your resume.
It’s typically not required to list your GPA on your resume because most hiring managers don’t find it important. However, you can list graduation honors like cum laude. If you graduated with honors, include those honors; if you didn’t, just include the degree you graduated with.