Some of my best experience happened while working for a company from 1973 to 1987. If I put the dates of employment it dates ME.
It seems that so many companies are looking for younger staff but still want experience. How do I get around this on a “first pass.”
The Career Doctor responds:
Even if it’s your best experience most hiring managers will consider this experience too dated to be of much value today. At one time I would have advised you to leave it off your resume to avoid exposure to age discrimination but in these days of background checks I have tempered that advice a bit. List it on your resume in a “Past Experience” section. List it in bare-bones fashion possibly without dates. Give it a bullet or two of description but tell the reader more info is available upon request.