You probably have part-time, seasonal, or temporary work experience that’s unrelated to your future career goals. Guess what? It doesn’t matter. At this point in your career, employers will view any work experience as a testament to your dependability and strong work ethic, even if the experience is in a different industry.
When describing unrelated jobs, keep the descriptions to a minimum. For example, if you waited tables to help pay for college but your goal is software engineering, you don't need to provide a description of your day-to-day food-service responsibilities. P ull out the most important aspects of your work experience and go into detail about projects you were involved in that show leadership, drive, and determination.