My suggestion is to take into account that any experience and knowledge related to the position should be included in the resume or CV so that you can explain to the recruiter what you know how to do, what you have done and what your potential may be. If you have not had a paid position in a company, you can use as experience, projects that you have carried out during your studies. I recommend using the STAR technique to explain your experience: Situation (where) Task (the objective to be solved) Actions (what did you do to achieve the objective) Result (for what, what was achieved)
Esa es una muy buena pregunta. Es difícil crear un CV cuando uno no tiene realmente experiencia, pero hay cosas en particular que reclutadores podrán buscar ahi que seguro puedes agregar. Yo recomendaría incluir tu educación, cualquier certificado o acreditación que puedas tener (primeros auxilios, lenguaje de señas, mecanografía, etc.), voluntariado o actividades extracurriculares como deportes, ayuda a los necesitados, organizaciones en las que participas (club de teatro, robótica, ajedrez, futbol, etc). Y tal vez algún trabajo de medio tiempo o experiencia laboral que tal vez tu consideras irrelevante, pero que puede demostrar aptitudes. He visto CV con experiencia en tiendas de ropa, como ayudantes de maestro, y hasta mariachis, y están aplicando a empleos como ingenieros, pero todo trabajo te enseña algo, y es tu trabajo vender ese algo.
Espero esto te ayude, y te ponga un poco en contexto de no subestimar las cosas que ayudaran a tu CV a resaltar. También espero te sirva para guiarte y buscar cosas para llenar ese CV. Siempre hay que pensar, si el CV se ve vacío o como que puede ser mejor, hay que hacer el esfuerzo por tener cosas que agregarle.
This is a very good question. It's tough writing a resume without having real work experience, yet there are some things recruiters are looking for that I'm sure you'll be able to add. I would recommend including your education, any certifications or accreditation you may have (first aid, sign language, typing, etc.), volunteering activities or extracurriculars like sports, helping the needy, organizations you participate in (theater club, robotics, chess, soccer, etc.), and maybe also add a part-time job or labor experience that you might consider irrelevant, but can show your aptitude's. I've seen resumes with work experience in retail stores, teaching assistance, and even mariachis, and they are applying for engineering roles, but every job teaches you something, and it is your job to sell that something.
I hope this helps, and that it gives you the context of not underestimating the things that could help your resume stand out. I also hope it helps guide you and help you search for things to add to your resume. It is important to think that if the resume looks empty or it could be better, you gotta make the effort to have stuff to add to it.
I hope you are doing well. I think if you have no prior experiences, You can put all the jobs you had previously regardless the relevance to the position you are applying. You can also put all the volunteers that you have done or if you have any particular school projects that you think they are related to the job you are applying or what kind of job you would like to apply. Lastly, you can put any courses that you think are important for the role you want to apply because sometimes that may boost your chance of getting the job.
I hope this help and good luck!
Wishing you all the best!