Writing a good resume might seem like a daunting task but it doesn’t have to be and for many new graduates the task can seem even more overwhelming. If you have nothing to write or enough work experience, consider any extra curricular activities to include on your resume. Activities such as sports, internships or student government all demonstrate the value you can bring to a potential employer. Part-time or temporary work is also worth noting on your resume.

Additionally, when considering how to write a resume, remember don’t sweat the small the details such as formatting and fonts. Your resume should look uniform and organized. This will be important factor that recruiters will appreciate.

Finally, proofread. With literally hundreds of resumes being reviewed you do not want to be eliminated because of careless typos. You should consider having a friend or counselor assist with proofreading. Career counselors can really be a great resource for reviewing your resume. Listen to their advice, they can greatly aid in your resume writing and your job search.