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Using your experiential diary, identify the points in your history where you learned how to do something very speciﬁc, and decide whether you have a beginning, intermediate, or advanced knowledge of how to use that particular skill. Right now, be sure to list every speciﬁc skill you have, and don’t consider whether you like using the skill. Write down a list of speciﬁc skills you have acquired and the level of competence you possess—beginning, intermediate, or advanced. Relating Your Skills to Employers.
Questions Résumé Writers Often Ask How Far Back Should I Go in Terms of Listing Past Jobs? Usually, listing three or four jobs should sufﬁce. If you did something back in high school that has a bearing on your future aspirations for employment, by all means list the job. As you progress through your college career, high school jobs will be replaced on the résumé by college employment. Should I Differentiate Between Paid and Nonpaid Employment? Most employers are not initially concerned about how much you were paid.
As we change, the demands and expectations we place on our jobs may change. Fortunately, some jobs grow and change with us, and this explains why some people are happy throughout many years in a job. But more often people are bigger than the jobs they ﬁll. We have more goals and needs than any job could satisfy. These are “higher-level” needs of self-esteem, companionship, affection, and an increasing desire to feel we are employing ourselves in the most effective way possible. Not all of these higher-level needs can be met through employment, but for as long as we are employed, we increasingly demand that our jobs play their part in moving us along the path to fulﬁllment.