« on: July 23, 2008, 08:31:23 PM »
I have a lot of different jobs that I worked while in college (5), and I'm wondering how many of them I should put on my resume to include with my applications. One of the jobs is my current one, and I have been working there since June 2006 (bank teller manager). The others include: 1. a clothing store from Nov. '05 - June '06, 2. Subway from Aug '03 - May '04 and from April '05 - Oct. '05 (yes I worked there at two different times), 3. A restaurant from Aug. '04 - Dec. '04, and 4. I was a tennis instructor at a country club only during the summers from June '02 - Aug. '04. I actually do have more jobs, but they are definitely not worth listing. In addition, I worked in a psychology laboratory from Sept. '05 until May '07. I started college in '03 and graduated in '07. Sorry if that was too much information, I just want you to understand that the jobs I have to list are not great, and have nothing to do with law. Should I list all of them to show that I did work during my entire undergraduate career, or should I simply list the last three jobs? I'm not sure if it's better to make sure they know I always worked while I was in school, even if the jobs were not so glamorous, or to make my resume nice and neat, and only highlight the last few jobs and my volunteer work in the psych lab. Also, I really don't have many extracurriculars, I played for the univ. tennis club all four years, and was in a national honor fraternity. Not sure if I should list these either since they will be on the application. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!