I'm updating my resume to include my first job out of college. What I went to school for, and the job I ended up in, are different enough that previous experience counts for little more than proving that I wasn't a useless lay-about.
How far back in my pre-job experience should I be listing, given that it's not really topical? Is it better to leave it in to show that I have done things before this job, which I've held for three years, or is it too irrelevant to be worth listing?
For reference my degree is in web design and most of my volunteer and entrepreneurial experience is similarly inclined. However, my (first, and only) professional job is DevOps in a bio-clinical sphere, which bears only passing resemblance at best. I have plenty to talk about skill and achievement wise in my job, so filling space isn't much of a problem. It's more about what will look better to an employer.
Without any other experience, my resume will only be my current job and my degree. I do plan to continue in the industry I'm in, not in my degree's industry.