Anything you don’t want to talk about.
, and hopefully, you have the opportunity to defend it during an interview. If you’re nervous about something you should ask yourself if you’d be proud to talk about it in an interview.
Now I definitely understand the scenario where you had a position you must list, even though you hate talking about it, this is totally different. If a position you’ve had is going to be the legitimacy behind your candidacy, you MUST list it. This is how they’ll know you’re qualified for the position, and not just some shlub. Try and find items or tasks you enjoyed working on, and like speaking about.
It’s also worth noting, there are many people out there who won’t judge you solely based on your previous experiences. There are people out there who will give you the benefit of the doubt, but it’s only if they believe in you, and your skills. If you’re listing positions or experience you’d like them to look past, make surearound it.
Your Resume Is Your Guide
Most people don’t realize, but, and your credentials for your candidacy. It has to be something your proud of, and enjoy speaking about. If you add items or experience you’re not happy talking about, the odds will be stacked against you.
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Think through your Resume, and over analyze it until you feel it’s ready to be distributed.