Hey job thread, quick question
If I have a teaching credential but it is completely unrelated to the kind of employment I would like in the future, can I leave that education off my resume?
I went to grad school for a year, earned the credential, did substitute teaching, had a nervous breakdown as I realized I was an incredibly bad fit for that profession, and am now looking into office work while studying for accounting.
Right now I feel that including that education/credential on my resume is giving potential employers the impression that I might bail if I get offered a teaching position (there is 0% chance I would take an offer even if it somehow dropped into my lap). I really won't bail! But I'm hesitant to cut it from my resume, as it's a year of 'employment gap' where I was student teaching, and I'm not sure if it's considered dishonest to exclude education.
Does anyone know the etiquette here?
Special shout-out to @Mully, as her help with my resume helped me land the temp position I have now. Thanks again, Mully!
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I saw that item drop for you
I am SOOOO Freaking jealous of that item you have no idea. I would love to use it on Seven Sided Strike for perma shadow clones.
Seriously, he kept talking about it.
I mentioned it once and then you called my mom a shadow clone, which she isn't. And even if she was so what? Are you racist against shadow clones or something?