Re: Resume Professionals
I'd put both jobs. It shows experience. And don't hide gaps in your work record, but don't advertise them either.
Don't forget to supply a cover letter that explains how your resume fits into the job being applied for. And you can tailor your resume too. It doesn't always have to have all the same stuff for each job.
You want them to read the cover letter and resume and have it all click into place as to why you are the perfect match for *that* job. It takes extra time, but it also helps with when you talk to them, you are already attuned to why you are good for them.
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