Should you put every job on your resume?
Your resume is not a legal document and you are under no obligation to list every job you’ve ever had. The purpose of your resume is to sell you to potential employers and this is the most important thing to keep in mind. Omitting a job from your resume could raise questions in the employer’s mind.
Should I include 1 month job on my resume?
You should include a one-month job on your resume if you made a valuable contribution during that time, and the experience is relevant to the job that you’re now seeking. If, however, you did not do much in the position and did not even really learn anything about the job, then it is okay to leave it off.
How do you put still working on a resume?
Start with your current or most recent job. Follow it with the one before it, then the previous one, and so on. Include your job title, the company name, and dates worked. Add up to 5 bullet points that summarize your achievements.