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Old 05-15-2019, 02:44 PM
KneadToKnow is offline
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I'm neither, but I would fall back on my general rule of thumb: unless you're looking for a new job that is critically related to the skills from that old job, don't list any work experience more than 10 years old on your resume. And in your case, since the skills are duplicated with more recent experience, I'd definitely lean toward just letting that 2008 listing age out of your work history on your resume. If you have to fill out an application that demands a complete work history, then you can bring it up and explain if you need to.

Your resume, though, should focus on two things IMHO: skills that match the job you're trying to get and recent work experience that showcases (if possible) breadth of scope and increasing abilities.