I'm applying for tutorial jobs. I'm sort of a fresh graduate. I finished my undergraduate in 2014 and then my graduate studies just this year. During my graduate studies I tutored part-time.
In the resume template given by my university, I suggested the following order: job objective, education, extra curriculars, work-related experience and then about me. Thinking more, I think the template was for university students applying for internships or fresh graduates without work experience.
So far during the interviews I have had, no tutorial center asked about my extra curriculars. They are more interested in my tutoring experience. I think the extra curriculars are taking up space in my resume. I never did much extra curriculars in undergraduate studies anyway. Those are just there for show so no one thinks I didn't do any extra curriculars in undergraduate studies, which is practically the case.
I was considering moving work-related experience ahead of extra curriculars, but am now considering removing them completely.
Am I probably better off without them, or should I just move up work-related experience?
In case this gets too opinion-based, please advise to me some guidelines as to the how relevant is extra curriculars.
Of course, I can just leave this off my resume 2-3 years from now, but for right now while I am a sort of fresh graduate, how important is it for tutorial centers to know that I have had some extra curriculars in college even though the interviews so far have been mostly about my tutorial experience?