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Job Experience

RaraimunoRaraimuno 19 replies4 threads Junior Member

I have a job as a public health intern and a medical graphic designer. I got these jobs to help pay for college and plan on keeping them for all of high school. In my description should I write how much money I made? Everyone here stated that you should list accomplishments. I didn't have many accomplishments except the money I made. Also, would anyone like to state how much money is a good amount to be made. I don't know if the money I am making is comparable to other year-round jobs (I make around 2,500 a year). My friends make a lot more than me, but I am just wondering if the 2.5k is worth putting down. Personally I think that it is an enormous amount of money and I am so grateful, but if it is a low amount then I think it isn't work stating that amount and instead focus on my responsibilities as an intern/ graphic designer.
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