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You don’t need to be a college grad on the job hunt to know the resume writing struggle. Though fewer companies are asking for full-on cover letters, a resume is a standard requirement for any application — college, internship AND full-time job apps.
Now’s the time to dust off your old resume and update it with all the awesome stuff you’ve accomplished in the last year. We like to think your fave fictional Disney Channel stars are boarding this struggle bus along with you, so we came up with a few ideas about what their resumes would look like. Here’s some inspiration and tips from Lizzie McGuire, Raven Baxter, Louis Stevens and more:
What Marnie Cromwell would do: If Marnie’s applying to jobs in “Halloweentown” — and duh, of course she is, she’s a Cromwell — she could list her grandmother’s Halloweentown address on her resume instead of her mom’s place in the mortal world.
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