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New Job

Postby TAD » Sat Aug 27, 2016 12:26 am

If im starting a full time job in September and its for a a year (contract based, so I won't get fired but i can quit) and im planning on applying to schools at the same time, should I still put the job down on my resume? Even though I would only have worked there less than a week, or even a day for that matter.

Also, would it make me K-JD if I am finished Dec 2016, but only have like 2 irrelevant courses im taking in Septmber? (major requirements are done)

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Re: New Job

Postby mukol » Sat Aug 27, 2016 12:29 am

Are you graduating at 21/22/23? Is the job you're starting your first full-time job (is it a full-time job)? Would you have had it less than a year by the time you start law school? Are you KJD?

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Re: New Job

Postby TAD » Sat Aug 27, 2016 12:35 am

mukol wrote:Are you graduating at 21/22/23? Is the job you're starting your first full-time job (is it a full-time job)? Would you have had it less than a year by the time you start law school? Are you KJD?


22. First full time job (40h/wk). would have it about 10/11 months by law school, but I been working full time hours at my old part-time job since after June lsat, so I'll effectively be working full time for over a year. You tell me?

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Re: New Job

Postby mukol » Sat Aug 27, 2016 12:38 am

More yes than no, more KJD than not KJD. You can surely put the job on the resume for applications.

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Re: New Job

Postby TAD » Sat Aug 27, 2016 12:09 pm

mukol wrote:More yes than no, more KJD than not KJD. You can surely put the job on the resume for applications.


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