What should I do to avoid a bad resume?

I’m a financial college student in need of money, so I applied for my first job everywhere.  Especially since the quarantine decimated the family savings.  I got hired to McDonald’s and started working the third day after I applied.  Now before that, I’d had an interview a week before for a position in a bank.  They haven’t replied and accepted until now AKA a month later, but not only is the job in the field I’m studying for, their wage is nearly twice what I’m earning currently.

So what can I do to avoid having a bad resume?  I’ve only worked at McDonald’s for 3 weeks so it’ll show that I don’t work well under pressure if I quit now, but that bank job was my first choice and I really want it?  How do I avoid the image of being a job hopper while still getting that job? Is it even possible?

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  • Tavy
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
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    You don't put the McDs job on your resume. people leave off jobs all of the time. There are no websites with your employment history.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Nobody will know unless you tell them.

    But, I promise you, many jobs are harder than McDonalds.

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  • Judy
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Go for the bank job.  Don't  even put McDonald's on your resume, it's ok.

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