"Omitting" a job from resume - page 2

Taken from HouTx's informative post here. I currently have a job as a nurse but I'd like to call it a dead end (P)RN job. Pay is sub par to my worth as a Licensed Registered Professional Nurse but they're the only one hiring... Read More

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    Read my post carefully. I'm not suggesting that you stop looking for another job.

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    Quote from joanna73
    Read my post carefully. I'm not suggesting that you stop looking for another job.
    Re-read and agreed. Sorry. You are not suggesting that I stop, on the contrary you gave me the perfect line! No wonder your post seemed to contradict itself earlier. Thank you, it is the right thing to do.
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    I guess it isn't a good idea to omit a job.

    But I would definitely start looking for another job and get one before you quit where your working. I quit before finding in another job recently in nursing, and while I don't regret it for personal sanity reasons, it DID make it harder for me to find another job.

    Just be careful!
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