rinkrat19 wrote:Generally they mean post-grad work (or a proper career before entering UG, like the military or something), but if it was full-time work and self-supporting they'd probably at least consider it. They don't get to count you in their beloved "percentage of entering students with full-time post-grad work experience" number, though.
Part-time job slinging pizza or coffee for drinking money while in UG, while mom and dad or loans paid your tuition? No.
yeah, that's what i was thinking. i had a full-time medical technician position while i was in school, so I'm hoping that will count. By August I will have a full year's experience as a legal assistant, so I'm hoping that will fix any "we won't accept her because she will mess with our work experience numbers" deterrent.
edit: post-grad*** legal assistant experience