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help with my resume

i cant think of what to write under "no frills" it is a supermarket and i was a grocery clerk, i had to put stock up, assist customer demands etc

how can i put it on my resume that makes it sound effective.

also are there any other areas that needs improvement? does the rest of my resume sound good?


Employment Objective: Im looking to obtain a part-time job to support my future education.

Education
Completed Grade 12.
Markville Secondary High School.

Employment History
November 1999 present
Economist & Sun
- Responsible for distribution of newspaper.

January 2004 present
No Frills
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Volunteer Experience
October 2001-2002
Mon Sheong Youth Foundation
- Duties included direct marketing and sales through personal contact with guests/customers

July 2001 2003
SGI Organization
- Active in the Yellow Fish program.
- Participated in green space expansion project in Caledon.
- Served as a volunteer in several environmental cleanup days.


Skill Areas

Communication Skills
- Skilled at quickly analyzing customer demands and providing the optimal solution.
- Communicate well with all age groups.
- Speak English and Cantonese fluently.

Work Ethnic Skills
- Inserted four to ten flyers into newspapers for delivery.
- Able to work in a team or independent environment.

Additional Skills
- Willing to work weekends and weekdays.
- Flexible, responsible, reliable and punctual.

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I'd put Grocery clrek with responsibilities for stock control, customer relations...

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You haven'tmentioned your IT skills.

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