#1
So I'm in need of money and as I never worked before, I'm wondering how/what should I write. Im currently finishing my first year of college (med school) and I can speak Spanish and English fluently and have some very basic knoledge of french. Like I said no previous work experience, but I've had good grades through highschool so?

What should I do?
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OT: Is this really the right place to ask? People in the pit don't have lives, let alone jobs
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#7
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OT: Is this really the right place to ask? People in the pit don't have lives, let alone jobs


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I have 3 jobs

And one to go to in America in the summer. Not the right person to pick on clover


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#13
I changed a part of your CV to make it more realistic:


SOFTWARE ABILITIES

-1337 script h4xX1ng
- Porn
- UG threading
- pr0n
- Minesweeper
- MS Paint
- pRöN
- ???
- Profit!

SOFTWARE INABILITIES

- using google
- asking the Pit for serious advice
#17
Given you speak fluent Spanish, there's pretty good money in translation / customer relations for big companies. I have a Swedish friend who works for AMEX dealing with their Swedish customers in their own country, she does it just to get by while she earns enough to start up her own business.

Your best bet for a CV is to keep it simple and to the point, include your school grades and list your good qualities, specify you are reliable, flexible and enjoy working in a team. Avoid waffling and keep it to the point.
1 page shouldn't be a problem given you have no previous work experience. Also remember to include a section about your hobbies and interests outside of work (don't put getting slaughtered and slammin' chicks).

MS Word usually has some pretty good templates online for CV's that you can just edit in your information.

Hope that helps pal