You’ve done some research and examined a few samples, and even though you’ve never created a professional resume before, you understand the basic idea and you’re pretty sure you know what a winning resume should look like. You know that each section should be brief and clear, and you can tell the difference between an exceptional, show-stopping work history and a weaker one. There’s only one problem: you know what a strong work history looks like, but that doesn’t mean you have one. If you’ve never held a serious professional job in your life, how can you create a work history section that can help you compete? Keep these tips in mind.