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Know where to find resume paper with matching envelopes?

I am still in the process of trying to finish my resume and havent even started doing a coverletter Does anyone know if Walmart or anywhere sells resume paper with matching envelopes? I called my local Office Max and I do not know if the guy looked good but the stuff sounded expensive and you would have to buy separately. I do not really have much money to my name anymore so that does not help. I just wish I had it all done so i could send a resume out if I wanted. I keep on going to the career center at my college, and there is only 1 person available to help. We do not get very far each time been there at least 3 times. She doesnt seem to know that much about computers ugh. So just frustrating.

Re: Know where to find resume paper with matching envelopes?

I got mine at Wal-mart. It was the same brand sold at an office depot type of place for much, much less !

Have you heard of JIST Cards? They're handy, too. You print your contact info, your degree/certs/etc., and a summary of your qualifications. You can leave this with the receptionist when checking back about an application, or keep to pass along whenever you meet someone in the field. Nice little networking tool.

The templates for business cards will help set them up so they look professional. I even added a graphic, and bought the same color cards as my resume paper.

People look at you with kind of that "well! . . ." respect when you hand them your card!!

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