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How To Write A Rejection Resume

How To Write A Rejection Resume

From the time you started applying to colleges, you’ve likely had some successes and failures, so can easily start jotting them down creating a résumé from it.

Start just like a regular résumé. State your objectives or your purpose. Write down how many courses you failed, how many schools rejected you, how many times you were fired from a job, and how many jobs you didn’t get.

You will have a good solid résumé of your trials and tribulations.


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