I'm not sure if this is the right part of the forum, for resume questions, but if not if you could answer them/redirect me, that would be great! I have had A LOT of jobs through out college and summers. I want to put them all to show I am always working (often 2 jobs), but it is definately over a page, along with ec, awards, that kind of stuff. Recommendations?
The noobs are so into themsleves you'd think they allready have offers at Tool, Tool, feminine hygiene product & Dumbass LLC
Pish, J only wants to waste YOUR time. Get wise.
I'm in the same boat. I held the same position, basically, with a bunch of different companies, so I just put the current job, the one previous, and how many hours I generally worked through undergrad. If you developed different skills at each job, list them all, if they are all in the same line of work, I'd just say how many hours you usually worked. Just my two cents..
LS resume isn't like a business resume. You're allowed to go to 2 pages, unless the school specifically forbids it. That said, you might want to consider cutting some of those jobs. Most schools have a section on the apps where you fill in all your jobs, so you might consider putting all of them there and only some in the resume. Another option is to write on your resume that you worked # hours per semester. I forget which section it would go in, but the Ivey Guide is really helpful in formatting your resume for law school.
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