(BPT) - If you're heading out into the workforce for the first time, there's plenty of prep work to do. An employer's first impression of you could very well be your resume.
Christine Pacheco, director of career services at The Art Institute of Colorado, and Kristin Frank, director of career services at The Art Institute of Phoenix, share the top dos you should include to get noticed and get your foot in the door - and the don'ts that could get your resume tossed in the trash.
First, the dos:
Which brings us to the don'ts: