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Old 08-27-2011
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Question Non-Clinical Careers in ERAS

If i have non medicine related work experience should i put it in the application and if so where do i put it, in the experience section or the misc. section
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Just like any other CV.

Whatever work you have done should be included in the work experience even if it was non-clinical.

Speaking of that, do not worry too much about it. PDs value people who worked hard to get into the match. They'll value your career even if it was a salesperson for example.

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i had a year & a half service with the US army in Iraq , i hope it can help even a little bit ... :sorry:
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