It happens to everybody eventually. The constraints of the "RealWorld" require them to get a job. And that process typically requires these funny peices of paper called resumes.

Being in co-op at the University of Waterloo, I've interviewed for jobs a number of times. Here's the resume I tend to use (with small modifications) when I interview for co-op jobs, in case you're interested:

[Resume (PDF)]

[Resume (PS)]

My resume is done in LaTeX?. You can get the original TeX? file [here]. That file, in turn, is based on a sample I found [here]. I used OpenOffice? for my resume for a while, but its table formatting and bullet weirdness just got to me after a while. LaTeX? is much easier, and makes much nicer PDFs.