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You could put on your resume that you have your own business working as a VA. Saying that though it may sway potential prospects from hiring you thinking you may not be long term with them having your own business on the side.


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On 9/25/2016 at 5:14 AM, Jasonlea said:

I have to look for a job aside of my virtual assistance business til I can find more clients. Should I include my experience in my resume or is that a whole new resume of its own?



As per my experience you should go for a new resume without mentioning anything about your VA business, because every organization wants a resource for a long-term benefit  & telling them about a side business is giving them a surety that you are not a long run resource...

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