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    currently working one part-time job but it's pretty quiet at the moment so i'm only really getting one shift a week and i'm bored plus i'm saving most of my money for uni so i don't even have that much to spend to entertain myself. i'm looking for a second part-time job and i'm just trying to adjust my cv since i am more experienced now since the summer.

    under employment history, i have my current job and my work experience from 2011, which i initially put there because i had no previous employment. should i just delete the work experience segment now that i have more relevant experience?

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    Until you are in full-time work, I'd leave it in.
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    It depends how much relevant material you have from other activities. If the previous work is relevant and you need the content, put it in. if you don't need the content and it isn't relevant, leave it out.
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    (Original post by Simes)
    Until you are in full-time work, I'd leave it in.
    I agree.
 
 
 
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