/ Asked by Tanya
Is it okay to omit some of my college jobs from my resume?
Answered by Jonathan, Hiring Expert at Avery Dennison Corporation, on Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Yes, it is ok to omit some of your college jobs if you don't find them to be very applicable to your job hunt.  However, I would hesitate doing so as having worked throughout your schooling shows committment and dedication. 
Answered by Susan, Hiring Expert at Praxair, Inc., on Thursday, January 26, 2012
Maybe. If you have had many jobs, then eliminate the ones which are not relevant to your current job search.  If you, however, have had only two jobs, then list both.  An employer needs to see proof that you are motivated and interested in entering the working world in a responsible manner, and sometimes this is represented by the fact you held down three or four jobs. 
Answered by Siobhan, Hiring Expert at Accenture, on Thursday, September 20, 2012
You would be surprised how much information an employer can gain from campus jobs that you have held. For example, at Accenture we have a technology group that has an interest in students that have done work within computer labs during their undergraduate careers and we actively look for this on resumes. Many students leave campus jobs off of their resume because they do not feel that they are important. What some students fail to realize is that the fact that you are able to juggle academic, extracurricular clubs/organizations, as well as work experience, is important to a future employer. - Laura, campus recruiter at Accenture
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