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I went abroad this summer, just got back, doesn't look like I'm getting my old job back. I plan to start private tutoring on my own, but just started advertising and don't have any clients yet. Should I include this on my resume? Or just cut it off at my summer job (I worked while abroad) and make it seem as though I'm doing nothing now?
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If I were you, I would include private tutoring on your resume. However, you should only do this if you are actually tutoring. Remember, if you are in an interview someone is going to ask about it. If you are actually tutoring then this works. However, if you are not, then you might be in an odd situation.
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