Should you include past unrelated jobs to your resume that you are sending to break into the industry?
I've worked at six flags for 4 years, and held a management position there for one. I worked in foods, but I'm looking to enter the illustration/design industry.
Asked By: tikinosu - 2/15/2010
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Definitely include previous jobs in which you've stayed at for a long time and/or had impressive titles/responsibilities in. You could always make even unrelated experience sound relevant by listing general skills that are useful in most work environments -- commitment, punctuality, dedication, working well in groups... More
Answered By: Polina - 2/16/2010
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Yes,put it in
Answered By: drip - 2/15/2010
I would only put down the six flags job, since you've been there for 4 years, that's enough work experience. If they ask you what other jobs you held then I would reveal it, but 4 years of work experience should be enough.
Answered By: Nyx - 2/15/2010
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