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Miscellaneous Loose Ends. BTA. Resume Reminders. If at all possible, keep your resume to one page. Use few abbreviations or no abbreviations are better Don’t just say “won an award”-tell which award, and what you won it for.

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Resume reminders
Resume Reminders

  • If at all possible, keep your resume to one page.

  • Use few abbreviations or no abbreviations are better

  • Don’t just say “won an award”-tell which award, and what you won it for.

  • Proofread carefully. Make sure that your grammar, spelling, and punctuation are completely accurate. Ask someone else to proofread your resume.

  • Quality appearance.

  • Quality paper in white, gray, ivory

  • Make extra resume copies.

  • Update your resume periodically.


Income
Income

Income

  • Gross income vs. Net Income

    • Gross income is the amount of money you actually make

    • Net income is the amount of money you actually bring home (after taxes, insurance, social security, retirement, etc.)


W-4

W-4

  • W-4 is the form you fill out when you get a job

  • This tells your employer how much money to take out in taxes

  • The more exemptions you claim, the less money is taken out for taxes

  • BEWARE: Using too high a number will result in you having to pay money (taxes) to the government each April.

  • Best to claim 0 when you are a teenager


OSHA

OSHA

  • OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration

  • It is the government entity in charge of safe workplaces

  • Certain rules and regulations to be followed by all employers


Reminder
Reminder:

Reminder

  • Make sure you set tabs and use the tab key to line things up in any Office document

  • Using spaces will eventually result in something that looks aligned on your monitor but when it prints will not be exactly lined up.


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