Jan 07, 2020 - 01:14 PM
Be aware that you still may need to account for it in some situations; for example, completing background check documentation when applying for a government job, or a similar situation where you need to account for all your activity during a specific time range, regardless of your employment status.
Regarding your resume, it is fairly common to omit jobs that were very short term, especially where people turned out to not be a good fit, and separated soon after getting hired. There are numerous reasons that can happen, and usually, it’s nobody's fault. Including it in your resume won’t bolster your career history, and in most cases is irrelevant to your current job search. Rule number one: there should be nothing irrelevant on your resume.
If you decide to include it, you need to be ready to explain it, and will, therefore, need to craft a very solid reason for leaving statement.