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I landed myself in my first job pretty quickly soon after graduation. However, in to my second week, I knew this job wasn't for me. I convinced myself to stay longer, for at least a year, thinking that I shouldn't leave too soon, as I may look like a job hopper in my resume.
But I can't stand it when I just don't see myself in this job in the future. I'm on my fourth month now, and I'm planning on leaving again. I started looking for a new job, but am having a dilemma deciding whether I should include my current job.
There are going to be a lot of questions whether I include it or not.
If I don't include my current job in my resume, I can expect questions on what I was doing in that half year and why I need a month notice period before I can start work.
If I include my current job in my resume, I may appear flaky to potential employers or an immature brat who hops too soon. And because my current job has little to do with the new job I'm going to apply for, I'm not sure I get more questions on why I even accepted my current job if I knew I didn't like it.
How should I deal with this problem in the best way? Should I include my current job in my resume?