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should i leave this off my resume?

back in 2006 i worked for a catering service at a university for 5 months....should i just take that off??? i was also like 16 back then. i dont have much more to offer on my resume tho....worked for interim healthcare in 2009, walmart for a year and some months, and a cleaning service for a month until the lady just quit her business all together and let me go. what should i keep and what should i take off? and any more resume tips would be good bc im getting no where fast w/ job searching. job id like is anything front office or data entry thank you all

Asked By: ☪αsнℓєγ☪ - 8/23/2011
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You should keep anything that helps with your job of choice. So if you want to work in an office or do data entry, definitely keep anything that would show that you have experience like that. Depending on what you did at the catering service, that may or may not apply... More
Answered By: perfectvelvet - 8/23/2011
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At 16 no one expects you to have a resume. Try to get an internship in your future profession. You will get zero money but it will look good on your resume and you will gain experience. If you need to take away something take away the cleaning lady part.
Answered By: Jazzmin27 - 8/23/2011
 
dam man everyone lies on their resume
Answered By: I I - 8/23/2011
 
I think the rule of thumb in resume writing when it comes to professional experience is to only include those that might be connected to the job that you are applying for. If they are not that connected, maybe you can include the things that you did in that job that you think might help you do the job that you are... More
Answered By: plainjane84 - 8/23/2011
 
Well, it would appear that your resume is lacking in a clear direction other than to make ends meet while you tackle your education for your real career. My advice would be to leave it/them on so the potential employer sees that you have a work-conviction/ethic. When you get a background suited in your career path... More
Answered By: douffuss - 8/23/2011
 
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