I’ll look later and cut & paste for you.@Batoulismia wrote:
That's awesome! I have a microbiology degree that I have never put in use. Since my kids are all school aged now, I'm itching to find something that makes me feel like it was all worth it. I was a pharm tech before, throughout and after college until I had my children. I currently make natural cosmetics for a friend. Of course, all the biology jobs want 293856 years of experience.
If you don't mind me asking, how do you include it on your resume? Under Job experience, right? Any specific wording suggestions?
I love the idea of naming the clients on your resume! I'm curious: why do you not mention the skills you have gained or use as a mystery shopper?
To my disbelief I have become quite a good tale teller throughout my time as a mystery shopper.