Well, I recently got rid of all my craptastic quality P2P music, and all my terribly ripped movie collection. Hell, I reformatted my harddrive too. Unfortunately, I forgot to back-up my resume. It sucked anyhow.
Needless to say, I'm working on a new one as we speak, but I'm absolutely clueless as to how to go about it. Here are my questions.
I'm a HS dropout, but I got my GED. Do I make mention of this?
I'm planning on starting college soon, but I'm not sure which one. I don't need help deciding. I'm moving and I'm not totally positive which place yet. Yes, still in Michigan (sigh).
I'm looking for IT work, but I have no professional experience. I've done the on-site PC tech thing on the side while I've been making a living working nights at a grocery store. I've heard it's not good to mention irrelevant jobs. Should I tell an IT manager I'm working at VG's Food Center?
I don't have any certs, but I'm working on a CCNA. Do I mention that I'm working on it?
I've also heard that students shouldn't put an objective in their resume since it's assumed that they have little-to-no work expereince anyhow. What parts should or shouldn't be included in my resume?
Lastly, should I just wait until I have more to add to a resume? I'm much better in person