How do you include salary history on a resume and/or cover letter?

How do you include a salary history on a functional-based resume/cover letter? I am enclosing the job description with the question: and click on Visitor Services Associate. I am also curious to know if I should try for the job anyway even if I'm not proficient in MS Outlook. I'm not but I am more than willing to become proficient at it. Thanks for any help and/or suggestions. NOTE: After clicking on Visitor Services Assoc., scroll down to the actual job description!

Asked By: chrstnwrtr - 10/2/2006
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MS Outlook is just an email client. If you know how to use yahoo! mail you will be able to use MS Outlook pretty easily... More
Answered By: can't say - 10/2/2006
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Don't, it only becomes a wall. See you are telling them this is what you work for. Get hired, once hired discuss salary or pay. Once you know they want you. You are the boss and you are deciding with them what you are willing to work for. But until then do not limit your self.
Answered By: ranger - 10/2/2006
Wrap it in nan bread.
Answered By: L S - 10/2/2006
you don't, I have done some hiring, and it only keeps your resume out of potential interviews.
Answered By: Wes's Mommy - 10/2/2006
The ad stated: proficiency in Ms,,,,they just want to know you know your way around. Most places are willing to train on their own database... More
Answered By: bluejeanrose - 10/2/2006
add in knowledgeable instead of proficient thing i learned... More
Answered By: dartzz77 - 10/2/2006
No do not add salary history on a resume or cover letter. Resume asks for: Name and address and phone number Objective Special Skills Accomplishments Work History Education/Training
Answered By: LADY GEMINI - 10/2/2006
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