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I’m updating/reformatting my resume.  I had a job for six weeks and I left.  Should I bother to list this on my resume?  I’m concerned that they may find out about it later if I don’t list it and there could be consequences if they find out after I’m hired.

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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 7, 2011
    • Personally, I wouldn’t bother with it.  I’ve had all kinds of jobs that I’d never bother listing on a job application or a resume.  

      Did you learn any great essential job skills in that six weeks that would make an employer want to hire you now?  Or were you fired for something horrible that would be a red flag if someone wanted to hire you now?   If neither of those are the case, I’d just leave it off.

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